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    Sayers Dam

    Sayers Dam

    08.19.2020 | Photo by christopher fincham
    Contractors work to install a pipe to re-route water in the stilling basin at Foster J. Sayers Dam in Centre County, Pennsylvania, Aug. 19, 2020....
    Sayers Dam

    Sayers Dam

    08.19.2020 | Photo by christopher fincham
    Contractors work to install a pipe to re-route water in the stilling basin at Foster J. Sayers Dam in Centre County, Pennsylvania, Aug. 19, 2020....

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    Army Corps of Engineers receives additional $56...

    01.22.2021 | Story by Cynthia Mitchell
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, received an additional $56.02 million boost for fiscal 2021, including funds for oyster restoration, beach renourishment in Ocean City, the dredging and south jetty rehabilitation of Fishing Creek in Calvert County, completion of engineering and design work to restore James and Barren islands, and more.

    Army Corps, MDOT MPA initiate study to improve...

    10.07.2020 | Story by Christopher Gardner
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, and the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Port Administration are launching a study to determine ways to address marine navigation at the Seagirt Loop channel in Baltimore Harbor, with goals of improving capacity, safety and efficiency at the Seagirt Marine Terminal within the Port of Baltimore.

    Army Corps to repair stilling basin at Foster J....

    07.01.2020 | Story by christopher fincham
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, will begin a $3.2 million effort to repair the stilling basin at Foster J. Sayers Dam in the coming weeks. The dam is currently operational, and this work is preventative maintenance to ensure that it can continue to provide flood risk management to downstream communities for years to come.

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