Appalachian Regional Commission Grant Proposal for Emory Valley Center

Anderson County, Tennessee

On March, 5 2015, TVA completed an environmental assessment (EA) and issued a finding of no significant impact (FONSI) for a proposal to administer a $500,000 Appalachian Regional Commission grant to the Emory Valley Center (EVC) in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The EVC is a non-profit agency that serves children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. With the grant and other funding, the EVC proposes to replace one of its current buildings with a new 37,250 square foot multi-purpose building adjacent to its other existing facilities. This would allow the EVC to consolidate its operations on a single site and expand its services.

In October 2015, TVA completed a supplemental environmental assessment (SEA) and issued a revised finding of no significant impact to document the potential environmental effects of EVC’s revised proposal of constructing the proposed multi-purpose building an adjacent 2.8-acre site.

Related Documents:

Environmental Assessment (PDF, 1.4mb)

Finding of No Significant Impact (PDF, 0mb)

Revised Finding of No Significant Impact (PDF, 0mb)

Supplemental Environmental Assessment (PDF, 1.9mb)

Contact

More information on this environmental review can be obtained from:

Amy B. Henry
abhenry@tva.gov
400 W. Summit Hill Drive
Knoxville, TN 37902