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The new year is a good time to remind readers of The Waterways Journal of changes arriving in how we cover dredging and marine construction issues. Over the past few… Read More
Finally, much-needed supplemental federal money to restore river channels and repair damage from the flood of 2019, signed into law in June in the Additional Supplemental Appropriations for Disaster Relief… Read More