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    Army Corps installs danger signs along check dams...

    04.12.2021 | Story by Sarah Lazo
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, in coordination with local partners, is installing danger signs along several check dams associated with its southern New York flood risk management projects. These dams can pose serious safety risks to the public when they are used recreationally.

    Washington Aqueduct names new General Manager

    03.29.2021 | Story by Cynthia Mitchell
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, has announced the selection of Mr. Rudy Chow as the new general manager (GM) of the Washington Aqueduct. Chow will oversee the production of drinking water for approximately one million citizens living, working, or visiting in the District of Columbia, Arlington County, Virginia, and other areas in northern Virginia to include portions of Fairfax County.

    Army Corps of Engineers awards contract to replace...

    03.12.2021 | Story by Sarah Lazo
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, awarded a contract March 5, 2021, to Mohawk Valley Materials, Inc., a woman-owned small business (WOSB) based out of Rome, New York, for approximately $3.23 million to replace the floodwall adjacent to Penn Street. This floodwall is part of USACE's Codorus Creek flood risk management project.

    Army Corps, partners begin final stage of initial...

    03.10.2021 | Story by Cynthia Mitchell
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, and federal and non-federal partners will resume construction of oyster reefs in early April in the Tred Avon River Oyster Sanctuary in Talbot County, ushering in the final stage of initial oyster restoration for the sanctuary.

    Poplar Island Ecosystem Restoration Expansion...

    01.28.2021 | Story by Brittany Crissman
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, completed construction of the Poplar Island Ecosystem Restoration Project lateral expansion Jan. 20, 2021, providing 575 additional acres, including four new wetland cells and one large upland cell. The project is now able to accept dredged material associated with the approach channels to the Port of Baltimore until around 2032.

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