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Corps seeks input on Lake Traverse, Mud Lake water management plan update

MN, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, is updating its Lake Traverse and Mud Lake water control plan and is seeking public input by hosting two public meetings. The two lakes are located near Wheaton, Minnesota. Corps staff are updating the current plan to ensure it meets the needs of the communities and… Read More

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Welcomes New Hydrographic Survey Vessel

OR, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Portland District officially welcomed its newest hydrographic survey vessel, the Beeman, with a dedication and christening ceremony in Newport, Oregon, on 11 January. The Beeman, whose name honours the legacy of Ogden Beeman, chief of the Portland District’s Waterways Navigation Branch from 1960 to 1967, replaces and continues the work of… Read More

Hurricane Dorian dunes restoration project set to begin in Flagler County

FL, United States

The $3.67 million Hurricane Dorian dunes restoration project in Flagler County is set to begin construction on Wednesday. The project will restore 8,350 linear feet of Atlantic shoreline from south MalaCompra Park to north Washington Oaks Gardens State Park. The restoration will use roughly 49,500 cubic yards of beach-compatible material from approved upland sand mines… Read More

Record of Decision signed for West Shore Lake Pontchartrain Mitigation Alternative

LA, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District, announced today that a Record of Decision was signed by Maj. Gen. Diana Holland, Mississippi Valley Division Commanding General, on the West Shore Lake Pontchartrain (WSLP) mitigation feature. The Record of Decision found that the Maurepas Diversion meets the swamp mitigation need for the WSLP Project…. Read More

Two Lee County beaches to get new sand; no date for reopening

FL, United States

Some Lee County beaches will be getting a new look to repair Hurricane Ian’s effects. New sand will be delivered to a section of Lovers Key State Park where a breach threatens the access bridge. Sand will also be sent to parts of Blind Pass Beach where a severely eroded quarter-mile beachfront threatens the Sanibel… Read More

Cities seek millions to help pay for dredging around Portland, South Portland waterfronts

ME, United States

Portland, South Portland and the Portland Harbor Commission plan to again apply for millions in federal funding to help pay for dredging around wharves, piers and marinas where silt has built up and reduced water depth and usable berthing space for the boats that use them. The group’s application, due Feb. 28, seeks $10 million… Read More

Manasquan Inlet Dredging Set To Begin Shortly

NJ, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will be dredging Manasquan Inlet in the next few weeks, routine maintenance for the inlet, an Army Corps spokesman said. The Army Corps dredge Murden is scheduled to arrive off the Jersey Shore within the next week, said Stephen Rochette, the public affairs officer for the Army Corps’ Philadelphia… Read More

USACE seeks public input on the revised McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Master Plan

AR, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is seeking public input on the draft MKARNS Master Plan and Environmental Assessment. Public comment for the draft MP and EA will be held between Jan. 16 and March 2. USACE will hold three public in-person workshops to explain the draft MP and EA. All interested persons are invited…. Read More

Reflecting on 2022 partnerships: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Division’s response to Ian

VA, United States

Five team members assigned to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Division partnered with hundreds of personnel from federal, state and local agencies, nongovernment organizations and private organizations to respond to Hurricane Ian in October 2022. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) personnel routinely respond to disasters, however, what made this response unique was it… Read More

Gov. DeSantis awards Volusia County with $37.6M to restore beaches

FL, United States

Gov. Ron DeSantis was in Daytona Beach Shores on Wednesday to speak about continuing hurricane recovery efforts in Florida. He announced more funds would go toward Central Florida counties hit by hurricanes Ian and Nicole, including $37.6 million that will go toward restoring Volusia County beaches. Additionally, $17 million is going to Flagler County and… Read More

$4.99M NJ Grant Awarded To Brick For Salt Marsh Restoration Project

NJ, United States

Brick Township has been awarded a grant of nearly $5 million for a project to protect and rebuild the salt marsh in the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge in the township. The grant was announced Wednesday and was among $24.3 million in Natural Climate Solutions Grants to local governments and nonprofits “to create, restore, and enhance… Read More

USACE Vicksburg District’s Dredge Jadwin completes 2022 dredging season

MS, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Vicksburg District’s Dredge Jadwin and its crew returned to the Vicksburg Harbor this morning completing the 2022 dredging season. After departing May 10, 2022, the dustpan dredge spent 254 days on the water and relocated 6.2 million cubic yards of material from the Mississippi River. A normal dredging… Read More

Tornado touches down near Alabama River Lakes Project, causes ‘significant damage’

AL, United States

A cluster of tornadoes hit Alabama on Thursday, January 12, 2023, with one in Selma causing widespread damage, near the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District Alabama River Lakes project office. The large tornado touched down in Selma Thursday afternoon, knocking down trees and causing extensive structural damage throughout the area including significant damage… Read More

US Port Connectivity and Ramifications for Maintenance of South Atlantic Division Ports

MS, United States

Vicksburg, Miss. — Link: Report Number: ERDC/CHL SR-23-1 Title: US Port Connectivity and Ramifications for Maintenance of South Atlantic Division Ports By Rachel L. Bain, David L. Young, Marin M. Kress, Katherine F. Chambers, and Brandan M. Scully Approved for Public Release; Distribution is Unlimited January 2023 Source

USACE Seeks Bids for 125,000yd3 of Maintenance Dredging of New York and New Jersey Harbor – Arthur Kill 50-Foot Reach Federal Navigation Project

NY, United States

The New York District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) proposes to perform maintenance dredging of the New York and New Jersey Harbor – Arthur Kill 50 foot Reach Federal Navigation Project to a depth of -50 feet Mean Lower Low Water (MLLW) plus 1 foot of allowable over-depth.  The proposed maintenance dredging… Read More

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