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Developer Loses Wetlands Challenge (access required)

On remand of a Chesapeake developer’s challenge to the Army Corps of Engineers’ exercise of jurisdiction over certain wetlands in the developer’s plan for a 658-acre mixed use project in southeast Virginia, the Norfolk U.S. District Court accepts the magistrate ...

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No Standing for Neighbors & Activists Against Gravel Mine (access required)

An environmental group and owners of neighboring property do not have standing to challenge the Caroline County Board of Supervisors’ issuance of a special exception permit to allow a sand and gravel mining operation on a 514-acre tract bordering the ...

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