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NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT - Corps makes determination regarding permit application public hearing

After evaluating all comments and requests, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District has determined that a public hearing is not required to inform the decision making process for the RAM Terminals, LLC. permit application.
Published: 10/1/2014

ST. LOUIS DISTRICT - Waterfowl Hunting Opportunities for Sportsmen with Disabilities

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers would like to announce waterfowl hunting opportunities for sportsmen with disabilities at Carlyle Lake. Two accessible waterfowl blinds will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis for the 2014-2015 Illinois South Central Zone Waterfowl Season. The first blind is located at the Saddle Dam III Wetland Complex area near the Hughes Road East entrance to Saddle Dam III. The second blind is located in the recently constructed Steins Field Wetland Unit east of South Shore State Park.
Published: 9/30/2014

ST. PAUL DISTRICT - Corps awards $12 million contract to build islands near Lansing, Iowa

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, recently awarded a nearly $12 million contract to Newt Marine Services of Dubuque, Iowa, to restore habitat within the Mississippi River Pool 9.
Published: 9/26/2014

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Mississippi Valley Division Commander received 2nd Star

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Commanding General and 53rd Chief of Engineers Lt. Gen. Thomas Bostick promoted Mississippi Valley Division Commander Brigadier General Mike Wehr to the rank of major general, September 12, in a ceremony at his alma mater Santa Clara University (California), which hosted the event.
Published: 9/15/2014

Change of Command for Mississippi Valley Division

VICKSBURG, Miss., August 20, 2014 – In a formal change of command ceremony, Brigadier General Peter
Published: 8/25/2014

MRC to travel down Arkansas River

The largest towboat ever built in the United States, the Motor Vessel Mississippi, is a sight to see. This 241-foot-long workhorse for the Army Corps of Engineers will travel down the Arkansas River Aug. 12-14, and the Corps invites the public to view it as it moves downstream.
Published: 8/6/2014