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Sandra Willis (left), the USACE 2014 Landscape Architect of the Year, inspects the stone seat wall and grading for pond and landscape berms at the Tujunga Wash Ecocycstem Restoration Porject.
Sandra Willis, USACE Landscape Architect of the Year
8/22/2014 3:21:00 PM
Retired Lt. Gen. Robert Flowers, 50th Chief of Engineers, presents Brig. Gen. Mark Toy, South Pacific Division commander, his general officer belt at a frocking ceremony in Cypress, Calif., Aug. 15.
Chief promotes newest engineer general
8/19/2014 9:39:00 AM
New Brig. Gen. Mark Toy, South Pacific Division commander, unfurls his general officer flag with family and friends at a frocking ceremony in Cypress, Calif., Aug. 15.
Chief promotes newest engineer general
8/19/2014 9:37:00 AM
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Commanding General and 53rd Chief of Engineers Lt. Gen. Thomas Bostick administers the Officer's Oath to South Pacific Division Commander Brig. Gen. Mark Toy at a frocking ceremony on Aug. 15 at the Eagle's Nest Clubhouse in Cypress, Calif.
Chief promotes newest engineer general
8/19/2014 9:33:00 AM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District finished a major cleanup operation July 31 on the Time Critical Removal Action of a Formerly Used Defense Site just outside Kingman in which they cleared tainted soil from nearly 60 properties. The “construction phase” of the removal included providing temporary relocation assistance for residents and their pets while cleanup was being done; removing the landscaping, rocks and other similarly mobile items on each affected property and storing them in a secure location while the team removes soil on the property up to a depth of two feet; and restoring removed items to their original location unless the property owners or residents asked for the items to remain off of the property.
LA District completes cleanup project in Kingman
8/6/2014 1:28:00 PM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District finished a major cleanup operation July 31 on the Time Critical Removal Action of a Formerly Used Defense Site just outside Kingman in which they cleared tainted soil from nearly 60 properties. The “construction phase” of the removal included providing temporary relocation assistance for residents and their pets while cleanup was being done; removing the landscaping, rocks and other similarly mobile items on each affected property and storing them in a secure location while the team removes soil on the property up to a depth of two feet; and restoring removed items to their original location unless the property owners or residents asked for the items to remain off of the property.
LA District completes cleanup project in Kingman
8/6/2014 1:28:00 PM
Workers with American Integrated Services, Inc., a subcontractor for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District’s Time Critical Removal Action of a Formerly Used Defense Site just outside Kingman, rebuild a wall between two properties July 29 which was taken down during the “construction phase” of the cleanup project. The “construction phase” of the removal included providing temporary relocation assistance for residents and their pets while cleanup was being done from nearly 60 properties; removing the landscaping, rocks and other similarly mobile items on each affected property and storing them in a secure location while the team removes soil on the property up to a depth of two feet; and restoring removed items to their original location unless the property owners or residents asked for the items to remain off of the property.
LA District completes cleanup project in Kingman
8/6/2014 1:28:00 PM
Col. Kim Colloton, commander of the Corps’ Los Angeles District, signs the enabling instrument to establish an In-Lieu Fee program with the Coachella Valley Conservation Commission. The program allows the Coachella Valley Conservation Commission to collect funds from Corps permittees and use the funds for mitigation projects. Participating in the ceremony were (from left) David Castanon, chief of the District’s Regulatory Division; Chris Rea, a UCLA Ph.D. student whose work facilitating meetings, preparing drafts and edits of documents and conducting internal and external coordination was instrumental in the program’s success; Jim Sullivan, the GIS program director for the Coachella Valley Association of Governments, which developed the agreement for the Conservation Commission; and Therese Bradford, chief of the District’s South Coast Regulatory Branch, also participated in the ceremony.
In-Lieu Fee signing
7/23/2014 12:46:00 PM
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