Landowner, Corps Differ Over Cause Of Erosion Near Olmsted Landowner, Corps Differ Over Cause Of Erosion Near Olmsted
Landowner, Corps Differ Over Cause Of Erosion Near Olmsted

Property owners along the Ohio River near Olmsted, Ill., and the Corps of Engineers both agree riverbank erosion is occurring, but they disagree as to its cause. Sandra Thornton, an… Read More

Blasting will begin in mid-May this year and last through late June 2022 to demolish the former Lock and Dam 53 near Olmsted, Ill. Daily blasting is expected Monday through… Read More

Over the past five years, the nation has seen a major advancement of major inland waterway infrastructure projects underway, namely lock construction projects at Olmsted, Lower Monongahela (Lower Mon), Kentucky… Read More

The date of the Olmsted Lock and Dam ribbon-cutting ceremony has been changed from August 29 to August 30 at 10 a.m. to better accommodate members of Congress, announced Waterways… Read More

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