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  • CENAO-WR-R 2011-01973

    Expiration date: 5/15/2014

    A residential and commercial development is proposed to be built near route 29, north of airport road, Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Va. The development will be called Northe Point and will have impacts to waters of the United States in the amount of 2,922 linear feet of intermittent streams and 0.27 acres of wetlands.

  • NAO-2013-1975

    Expiration date: 5/2/2014

    Coman Construction Inc. proposes to permanently impact 0.64 acres of Palustrine forested wetlands, permanently impact 60 square feet of jurisdiction ditch and temporarily impact 0.056 acres of Palustrine forested wetlands for a road widening project of the east and westbound lanes of Interstate 64, at the state route 288 interchange, in Goochland County, Va. Comment period ends May 2, 2014.

  • 2008-01002; 14-V0412

    Expiration date: 5/17/2014

    Kings Dominion has submitted an application to expand the existing campground. The project includes the construction of 48 cabins and access roads and parking. The proposed project will impact 0.24 acre of forested wetlands. To mitigate for the proposed wetland impacts, the applicant proposes to purchase 0.48 wetland credits from an approved wetland mitigation bank. Previous authorized impacts associated with the construction of Paramount King’s Dominion are 5.6 acres of wetlands and 621 linear feet of stream channel.

  • DLA Fuel Pier Draft EA FY14

    Expiration date: 5/16/2014

    The Norfolk District has prepared a draft Environmental Assessment on behalf of Joint Base Langley Eustis (JBLE) and Defense Logistic Agency (DLA) to assess the potential impacts of the DLA construction of a new fuel and associated dredging of the Langley Air Force Base (LAFB) pier for the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) fuel pier replacement project, located at the Langley Air Force Base (LAFB) in Hampton, Va.

  • NAO-2014-0644

    Expiration date: 5/14/2014

    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Marine Operations Center – Atlantic, proposes new maintenance dredging at their facility. Approximately 85,000 cubic yards of material is proposed to be dredged at the approach and berthing areas along NOAA MOC-A’s shoreline in the Elizabeth River in order to provide safe navigation for current and future vessel support. The material will be dredged either hydraulically and pumped directly into the upper cells of the Craney Island Dredged Material Management Area, or mechanically dredged, placed in scows, barged to Craney Island, and deposited in the Craney Island Rehandling Basin. Comment period ends May 14, 2014.