Tag Archives: Army Corps of Engineers

Savannah River dredging could start in December

The dredging phase of the Savannah harbor expansion project won’t begin until December, at earliest, says the commander of the Army Corps of Engineers . . .

Tags: Army Corps of Engineers , dredging , Savannah harbor

Political Notes – It seems like everyone wants a piece of the Savannah project

Georgia finalizes its partnership agreement with the Army Corps of Engineers to begin dredging the Savannah River . . .

Tags: Army Corps of Engineers , Don Balfour , GPA , Jason Carter , Kasim Reed , Nathan Deal , off-label drugs , pharmaceutical settlement , Sam Olens , Savannah River dredging

Army Corps gives final signoff for Savannah port project

The massive Savannah River dredging project receives final approval from Army Corps of Engineers officials . . .

Tags: Army Corps of Engineers , ports dredging , Savannah harbor

Political Notes – Moving toward a ‘minority-majority’ population

Census estimates show that the U.S. may be at a tipping point as it continues to move toward the day when non-white minority groups comprise a majority of the population . . .

Tags: alternative fuel , Army Corps of Engineers , Census Bureau , demographic trends , Drought , Georgia Ports , minority growth , PSC

Savannah River dredging gets OK from Corps of Engineers

Army Corps of Engineers gives its approval to deepening the Savannah River channel by an additional five feet for an expansion of the Georgia Ports . . .

Tags: Army Corps of Engineers , Georgia Ports , Kasim Reed , Nathan Deal , Savannah River deepening

Political Notes – Feds say yes to water release limits, no to HOT lanes

Georgia officials get federal agreement to reduce water withdrawals from Lake Lanier, but not for passenger requirements in the Gwinnett County HOT lanes . . .

Tags: Army Corps of Engineers , Atlanta fundraiser , dredging permit , judgeship appointments , Lake Lanier , Nathan Deal , Nikki Haley , toll lanes

Political Notes – Latino immigration declines

A new analysis from the Pew Hispanic Center indicates that the influx of undocumented immigrants into Georgia and the U.S. has slowed in recent years . . .

Tags: Army Corps of Engineers , immigration , Lake Lanier , Larry O\'Neal , Sonny Perdue