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  • Oceanside Harbor dredging meets goal, will continue

    Manson Construction Company reports having dredged about 293,000 cubic yards of sand from the Oceanside Harbor entrance channel, as of May 25. The base contract calls for the removal of 280,000 cubic yards.
  • Oceanside Harbor dredging project continues

    Dredging in Oceanside Harbor federal entrance channel continues as Manson Construction Company, the project contractor, reports today having removed about 187,000 cubic yards of material as part of the annual effort to maintain safe navigation in the port.
  • Oceanside Harbor dredging progressing

    As the process to maintain Oceanside Harbor’s entrance channel at its authorized federal depth begins anew, the few first days of the annual project have removed about 35,000 cubic yards of sand, Corps sources said today.
  • Oceanside Harbor navigation dredging begins

    The annual dredging of the entrance channel at Oceanside Harbor began Monday afternoon when the dredge HR Morris began pumping the first of up to 300,000 cubic yards that will maintain safe navigation for vessels and provide much-needed renourishment for the city’s shoreline.
  • Oceanside harbor dredging begins

    The annual Oceanside Harbor dredging project is underway, with Manson Construction Company having moved its equipment to the site and begun the process of assembling the pipeline that will transport material from the harbor’s entrance to points south along Oceanside’s beach. Dredging operations are scheduled to begin Monday, April 17.
  • Public hearing for Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway project

    The hearing was requested as a result of the public review period (December 7, 2016 through February 7, 2017) of a Public Notice announcing the Corps’ consideration of a permit application under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act for proposed discharges in Waters of the United States associated with the project.
  • Army Corps awards Oceanside Harbor dredging contract

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded a $3.7 million contract to Manson Construction Company of Seattle, Washington, on March 13 for the Oceanside Harbor Maintenance Dredging project.
  • Public hearing for Malibu Creek Ecosystem Restoration Study set for March 1

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District will hold a public hearing for the Draft Integrated Feasibility Report for the Malibu Creek Ecosystem Restoration Study, Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, California, on Wednesday, March 1, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District, 4232 Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas, California 91302.
  • Corps to implement advance flood risk management measures in Glendale Narrows

    The Corps will close the equestrian access point in the temporary protective barrier along the east bank of the Los Angeles River in the Glendale Narrows area near Verdant Street Jan. 21 due to the forecast of excessive rain for the Los Angeles area this weekend,
  • Corps operates Sepulveda Dam during storms

    Sepulveda Dam is the western-most of the Corps of Engineers’ dams operated by the Los Angeles District in the Los Angeles County Drainage Area flood control system designed to collect flood runoff from the uncontrolled drainage areas upstream, store it temporarily, and release it into the Los Angeles River at a rate that does not exceed the downstream channel capacity.