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Officials mark construction end for Gary Black Oak sewer improvement project

Rep. Peter Visclosky, local officials, and the Corps held a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the construction end for the Gary Black Oak phase II sewer improvement project in Gary, Ind., May 16, 2014. [Read More]
Published: May-16-14

Officials to mark construction end for Gary Black Oak sewer improvement project

Rep. Peter Visclosky, officials from Gary, Ind., and the Corps will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the end of construction for the Gary Black Oak phase II sewer improvement project, Friday, May 16, 2014. [Read More]
Published: May-13-14

Chicago Park District and Corps host public meeting for Jackson Park project

The CPD in cooperation with the Corps will host a community meeting to discuss the Jackson Park Great Lakes Fishery and Ecosystem Restoration Project, Wednesday, May 7, 2014, at 6 p.m. at the Jackson Park Fieldhouse: 6401 S. Stony Island Ave, Chicago, IL. 60637. The Corps posted for a 30-day public review a draft study report and Environmental Assessment for the project April 11, 2014. The project site consists of approximately 155 acres of natural land along the western coast of Lake Michigan between 56th and 67th streets. [Read More]
Published: May-05-14

Officials mark construction end for Griffith sewer improvement project

A ribbon cutting ceremony held to mark the end of construction for the Griffith, Ind. sewer improvement project April 21, 2014. The purpose of this project, at the southern part of Griffith along Elm Street and Cline Avenue, is to allow for separation of sanitary and storm sewage systems, and alleviate occasional storm water backup and overflow problems that affected the wastewater treatment plant. [Read More]
Published: Apr-21-14

Corps releases Jackson Park draft study report for public comment

The Corps has posted for a 30-day public review a draft study report and Environmental Assessment for the Jackson Park Great Lakes Fishery and Ecosystem Restoration Project April 11, 2014. The project site consists of approximately 155 acres of natural land along the western coast of Lake Michigan between 56th and 67th streets. The Chicago Park District owns the land and requested the Corps’ study. Jackson Park was designed by Fredrick Olmsted in 1890 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [Read More]
Published: Apr-11-14

Corps to hold public meeting for 2014 Indiana Harbor dredging schedule

A public meeting will be held in East Chicago, Ind., March 13, 2014, to present the Indiana Harbor and Canal 2014 dredging schedule and activities. [Read More]
Published: Mar-05-14

Army Corps seeks public comment on proposed revisions to Des Plaines River report

The Corps has released for public review Documentation of Changes to the Draft Integrated Feasibility Report and Environmental Assessment for the “Upper Des Plaines River and Tributaries, Illinois and Wisconsin Integrated Feasibility Report and Environmental Assessment,” originally released to the public on Sept. 3, 2013. The document was prepared based on public comment and outlines proposed changes to the variety of potential flood risk management and ecosystem restoration projects that could be implemented along the Upper Des Plaines River – an area that extends approximately from southern Racine County, Wis., to Riverside, Ill. [Read More]
Published: Jan-17-14

Corps submits report to Congress with alternatives to prevent Asian carp and other species’ transfer between the Great Lakes and Mississippi River basins

The Corps submitted to Congress the Great Lakes and Mississippi River Interbasin Study (GLMRIS) Report Jan. 6, 2014. The report contains eight alternatives, each with concept-level design and cost information, and evaluates the potential of these alternatives to prevent, to the maximum extent possible, the spread of 13 aquatic nuisance species, to include Asian carp. The options concentrate on the Chicago Area Waterway System and include a wide spectrum of alternatives ranging from continuing current activities to complete separation of the watersheds. [Read More]
Published: Jan-06-14
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