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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 4. Conservation And Natural Resources
Agency 45. Board On Conservation And Development of Public Beaches [Repealed]
Chapter 10. Regulations Governing Application for and Use of Grant Funds to Localities
4/14/2024

4VAC45-10-140. Proposal application procedures.

Proposal Elements

The following information is necessary to fully consider a proposal. Additional information may be prescribed after review of the preproposal.

The final proposal submitted by a locality may contain any combination of the following activities, provided all information requested for an activity is included.

Nourishment:

1. Name, address, and telephone number of point of contact within locality.

2. Location map defining limits of the project.

3. Plan view with topography, bathymetry, and access points, MHW and MLW lines.

4. Selected cross-sectional views showing existing conditions and a proposed cross-sectional view.

5. Estimate of the volume of material to be used.

6. Over-fill requirements. This is an expression of the expected amount of material to be retained versus that placed on the beach.

7. Source of nourishment material.

8. Grain size analysis of the existing beach material (from backshore, foreshore, and nearshore).

9. Grain size analysis of proposed beach fill.

10. Description of the method of transporting beach fill.

11. Rationale for the approach over the next most likely candidate.

12. Detailed cost estimate.

13. Starting date and duration of project.

14. Sequence of fill installation if more than one area is to be treated.

15. Source of matching funds. This section should confirm, amplify, or modify, as necessary, matching fund source information contained in the preproposal.

a. Federal contribution

b. Local contribution

16. Permits. Attach evidence of having applied for all necessary environmental permits.

17. Design life and annual maintenance cost.

18. Signatories. Signature of the chief elected official or authorized chief executive of the locality.

Structural Alternatives (groins, jetties, breakwaters, sills):

1. Name, address, and telephone number of point of contact within locality.

2. Location map.

3. Plan view with topography, bathymetry, and access points, MHW and MLW lines.

4. Engineering plans detailing:

a. Length;

b. Height;

c. Shape;

d. Penetration;

e. Spacing and orientation;

f. Installation sequence; and

g. Material used to construct structure with details of size and shape.

5. Detailed cost estimate.

6. Starting date and duration of project.

7. Source of matching funds. This section should confirm, amplify, or modify, as necessary, matching fund source information contained in the preproposal.

a. Federal contribution

b. Local contribution

8. Permits. Attach evidence of having applied for all necessary environmental permits.

9. Design life and annual maintenance cost.

10. Signatories. Signature of the chief elected official or authorized chief executive of the locality.

Dune Restoration/Establishment:

1. Name, address, and telephone number of point of contact within locality.

2. Location map defining project limits.

3. Plan view with topography and location of sand fences and cross-overs, and MHW line.

4. Selected cross-sectional views showing existing conditions and a proposed cross-section of the dune.

5. Type of plants to be used.

6. Type of fertilizer to be used.

7. Application dates of fertilization.

8. Detailed cost estimate.

9. Starting date and duration of project.

10. Source of matching funds. This section should confirm, amplify, or modify, as necessary, matching fund source information contained in the preproposal.

a. Federal contribution

b. Local contribution

11. Permits. Attach evidence of having applied for all necessary environmental permits.

12. Design life and annual maintenance cost.

13. Signatories. Signature of the chief elected official or authorized chief executive of the locality.

Statutory Authority

Chapter 21, Title 10, Code of Virginia, 1950 as amended.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR570-01-00, eff. April 12, 1981.

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