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Nashville District breaks ground on Cheatham buildings destroyed in May 2010 flood

(Left to right) Lt. Col. James A. DeLapp, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District commander; Larry Nash, Cheatham Lake resource manager; Cheatham County Mayor David McCullough; and Billie Boyd, Cheatham lockmaster; break ground for the new Resource Manager's Office and Lock Operations Center at Cheatham Lake June 18, 2012. (USACE photo by Michael Rivera)



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This work, Nashville District breaks ground on Cheatham buildings destroyed in May 2010 flood [Image 1 of 9], by Michael Rivera, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.18.2012

Date Posted:06.20.2012 18:20

Photo ID:608328

VIRIN:120618-A-ZD464-009

Resolution:4288x2848

Size:6.27 MB

Location:ASHLAND CITY, TN, USGlobe

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