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Project Name: SW: Landfill Wetlands Mitigation
Project Type: Landfill CIP
Project Description: The project includes the relocation of wetlands within Phases II and III of the County landfill to gain acreage and maximize waste capacity of landfill cells. Compensation of wetland impacts will be provided through the creation of 4.9 acres of emergent wetlands, onsite relocation of 3.778 linear feet of stream channel, the on-site restoration of 14.9 acres of riparian buffer and 17.8 acres of associated riparian buffer in accordance with the plans and permits approved by the VA Dept. of Environmental Quality
Project Manager: Sadhu S. Sandhu     send an email
Alternate Manager: Thomas J. Smith     
Agency Name: Public Works QPR?: Yes
Magisterial District: Coles
Original Budget: $3,850,000.00

Revised Budget:

Original Start Date: 7/1/2010

Revised Start Date:

Original End Date: 12/1/2018

Revised End Date:

Last Updated On: 2/13/2018 Maps  Pictures  Documents

Funding Source    


Budget Amount
Budget Amount
Funding Date

1. Solid Waste Fund (Monitoring and Construction)

$3,800,000.00 $4,997,154.00 7/1/2011

2. Solid Waste Fund (Modify Permit)

$50,000.00 --- 7/1/2010
Total Amount: $3,850,000.00 $5,047,154.00

Tasks/Milestones     Show GANTT Chart
Task/MileStone Start Date
Original Revised
End Date
Original Revised
1. Obtain Permit 7/1/2010 9/1/2011    
2. Monitoring and Excavation 1/15/2012 3/30/2015    
3. Wetland Construction 7/1/2015 12/1/2018    

Comments/Issues     Show All Issues

1. Service/Policy Issues   




2. Schedule/Timing Issues     



1/25/2018Entire project including seeding and planting is complete. The County has submitted First Annual Monitoring Report of the growing season (monitoring year one) to the Department of Environmental Quality on November 30, 2017. Monitoring activities for the success criteria will continue.

3. Fiscal/Resource Issues     




4. Impact on Other Projects     



1/23/2012Landfill life for Phases II and III will increase 8 years from this project.