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Little Egg Harbor Readies for Second Phase of Lagoon Dredging

NY, United States

Little Egg Harbor has received the environmental impact statement and approval letter from the Department of the Interior that allows them to go ahead with the Living Shoreline project on Iowa Court, Osborn Island. The recent shutdown of the federal government had delayed the project to create a stone barrier and fill in the marsh… Read More

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St. Lucie County Close To Signing Contract With Mega-Yacht Repair Operator Derecktor

FL, United States

St. Lucie County anticipates signing a contract March 5 withDerecktor Shipyards, of Dania Beach, to operate a mega-yacht refurbishing center at the Port of Fort Pierce, County Administrator Howard Tipton said Tuesday. “It is the single largest economic deal that this board has been involved in,” Tipton said. The County Commission in November selected Derecktor… Read More

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State Seeks Input On Seabrook, Hampton Dredging

NH, United States

SEABROOK — The state Department of Environmental Services is seeking public input by mid-March on the dredging of Seabrook and Hampton harbors. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ proposed work includes an emergency dredging of the harbors. Plans call for dredging 152,000 cubic yards of sand. The DES seeks public comment on the project until… Read More

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Corps Seeks Public Input on Habitat Rehabilitation Project in The Twin Cities

MN, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers St. Paul District is seeking public input on its plan to construct six water level management structures for the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge in the Twin Cities. The purpose of the control structures is to improve habitat for fish and wildlife across approximately 2,000 acres of lakes, marsh… Read More

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30-Day Public Noticed Issued for Annisquam River Dredging

MA, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New England District has issued a 30-day public notice for the proposed maintenance dredging of the Annisquam River Federal navigation project (FNP) in Gloucester, Massachusetts. The city of Gloucester is the local sponsor and requested this dredging. Natural shoaling processes have reduced available depths to as little as one… Read More

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City Awards Sanitary Project Bid At $54.42 Million

OH, United States

Kokosing Industrial Inc. on Tuesday was awarded a construction contract from the Terre Haute Board of Sanitary Commissioners for a new main lift station and an addition to the city’s high-rate treatment plant. Kokosing submitted the low base bid of $54,422,49. Also submitting bids were Walsh Construction Co. II LLC at $57,600,000 and F.A. Wilhelm… Read More

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Portland Harbor Dredging, Storage Could Cost $30M

ME, United States

Low tide between Chandler’s and Widgery wharves on Feb. 14. The accumulation of silt may be costing pier owners 10 percent to 30 percent of berths, and dredging and storage could cost $30 million. PORTLAND — A group of city, state and federal officials digging into the process of dredging areas of the Fore River… Read More

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Crews Getting Ready To Dredge North Side Of False River

LA, United States

NEW ROADS – Years of runoff is filling up False River with silt. Parts of the lake are only a foot high, creating a problem for the area most used for boating and fishing. The parish is looking to slow down Mother Nature. “Runoff and sedimentation has come into the lake. It’s a common aspect… Read More

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Cost Estimates High For Scusset Sand

MA, United States

SANDWICH – A proposed project in Sandwich to dredge sand from Scusset Beach north of the Cape Cod Canal to help replenish Town Neck Beach in Sandwich won’t be cheap. As part of Army Corps of Engineers section 1-11 study into the impacts of the canal jetties, the Woods Hole Group received sand transportation estimates… Read More

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Whitewater City Council Could Decide on Lakes Drawdown This Spring

WI, United States

Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons The Whitewater City Council could decide this spring if and how to draw down Cravath and Trippe lakes so the city can try to boost recreational use on the sediment-choked lakes. City Parks and Recreation Director Eric Boettcher said the council in spring—perhaps March or April—could decide on a plan that,… Read More

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Former Needles Marina Park Being Developed as Modern Resort

CA, United States

An excavator scoops mud from the bottom of the Needles Marina, just south of the Needles Bridge. One of many improvements to turn Needles Marina Park into a full-fledged modern resort, the marina is to be deepened by four feet; the nearby lagoon by five. One of the floating docks used by guests can be… Read More

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West Lake to Close Late Summer For Draining, Dredging Project

IA, United States

This will be the last season for water recreational activities at West Lake in Davenport before the county and DNR launch the major reconstruction project and drain the lake. In this photo from last season, boathouse clerk Morgan Caves, pushes off lifeguard Emily Monroe, to kayak. Andy Abeyta, QUAD-CITY TIMES Anglers, boaters and swimmers will… Read More

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DDT-Laden Sediment Proposed For Cedarville Landfill

OH, United States

A proposal to deposit a portion of the sediment from the harbor dredging project in the Cedarville landfill is dredging up the past for a number of Cedarville residents – namely 2,000 barrels of it. PLYMOUTH – A proposal to deposit a portion of the sediment from the harbor dredging project in the Cedarville landfill… Read More

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Oxygen Testing Required For Port Project Gets Underway

SC, United States

(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers File Photo) Deepening of the inner Savannah harbor is getting closer to a start with testing of a required environmental mitigation project now underway. The mitigation project includes testing of a dissolved oxygen injection system. The DO system is designed to replace oxygen in the river lost due to the… Read More

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Officials Discuss Plum Island Beach Remediation Plans

MA, United States

NEWBURYPORT — Mayor Donna Holaday said on Friday that $22,500 in city money could soon be used to help prevent flooding in Plum Island’s Northern Reservation Terrace neighborhood. The city was previously prepared to place a second layer of cement blocks along the edge of Reservation Terrace to build up the berm and protect nearby… Read More