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  • Army Corps starts annual Oceanside dredging

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District began its annual dredging of the Oceanside Harbor inlet starting April 19. Manson Construction Company of Seattle is dredging the channel to its authorized federal depth of 20 feet. Dredging is expected to be completed prior to Memorial Day weekend.
  • LA District marks completion of Newport Bay Harbor jetty repairs, dredging slated to finish Sept. 10

    After the placement of 4,500 tons of stone and 150 cubic yards of concrete, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District marked the completion of repairs to the east jetty at Newport Bay Harbor, with the area reopening to the public Aug. 25.
  • Corps to begin dredging Newport Bay Harbor, completing east jetty repairs

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District will begin dredging the Newport Bay Harbor entrance channel and perform repairs on the harbor’s east jetty in mid-April at Newport Beach, California. A $3-million contract to perform the work was awarded Feb. 24 to Pacific Dredge and Construction LLC, located in San Diego. The City of Newport Beach is the non-federal sponsor of the project.
  • Corps delays Oceanside maintenance dredging

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District announced May 23 it would delay it's annual maintenance dredging of Oceanside Harbor, typically expected to begin in April.
  • 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.
  • Dredging at Oceanside Harbor suspended through July 5

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced today that dredging at Oceanside Harbor will be suspended until July 5 to accommodate beachgoers celebrating the July Fourth holiday and because of the adverse effects of anticipated wave action on dredging operations.