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  • NAO-1995-08595

    Expiration date: 5/21/2021

    The Nature Conservancy, the Sponsor of the Virginia Aquatic Resources Trust Fund (VARTF), proposes to amend the “VARTF 2019 Amended and Restated Program Instrument” by replacing their 2009 Compensation Planning Framework with the 2021 “Nature Conservancy’s Watershed Approach to Compensation Planning for the Virginia Aquatic Resources Trust Fund."
  • NAO-2017-00637

    Expiration date: 5/20/2021

    The Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, received an application to expand an existing, previously permitted technology campus by adding additional data center buildings, a larger substation and a cell tower in Prince William County, Virginia.

  • NAO-2019-01843

    Expiration date: 5/3/2021

    The project is located adjacent to the York River, south of Jenkins Neck Road, in Gloucester County, Virginia. The applicant proposes to permanently impact 0.24 acres of non-tidal forested wetlands associated with the construction of a single-family residence.

  • NAO-2015-0898

    Expiration date: 4/28/2021

    Mountain Valley Pipeline, LLC submitted an application for a Department of the Army permit under the provisions of Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 (Section 10) and Section 404 of the Clean Water Act for proposed discharge of material into waters and work in and under navigable waters of the U.S.
  • NAO-2021-00197/21-V0257

    Expiration date: 4/26/2021

    WATERWAY AND LOCATION OF THE PROPOSED WORK:  The project is located in the Levisa Fork River and tributary streams, near Grundy, Virginia. PROPOSED WORK AND PURPOSE:  The applicant proposes to construct 1.78 miles of new roadway, dually designated U.S. Highway 121/460-Poplar Creek Phase B.  The road will consist of 2 lanes with truck climbing lanes where necessary.  The project is proposed to extend from the east end of the dually designated U.S. 121/460 Poplar Creek Phase A Section, near State Route 604 (Poplar Creek Road), that is currently under construction to U.S. Route 460 near Grundy, VA.  Due to the mountainous terrain, road construction will require removal of a large amount of material to establish a suitable road alignment in the terrain.  Some of this material will be utilized as road fill but a large amount of excess fill material will require disposal.  This excess material will be disposed of in a valley resulting in stream impacts and utilize an existing disposal site permitted as part of the Phase A construction.