News Story Manager

Author: Greg Fuderer
  • May

    Public takes a look at Santa Ana River Marsh study

    A proposed project to remove 50,000 cubic yards of material from a tidal marsh took an important step April 30 when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers presented and sought public input on the project’s environmental assessment during a meeting held at Newport Beach, Calif.
  • April

    Corps participates in Career Day

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District continued its support to area secondary schools March 30, by participating in a career day at San Diego’s Patrick Henry High School.
  • Marina del Rey dredging benefits boater safety and port redevelopment

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began a $13 million dredging project April 5 that will remove up to one million cubic yards of accumulated sand from the entrance channel to Marina del Rey Harbor, improving navigational safety and providing material for use at several other locations.
  • February

    Surf fence overcomes unforeseen obstacles

    IMPERIAL BEACH, Calif. – On a temporary pier 15 feet above the Pacific Ocean, the worker guides a piling toward the template that will hold it in place for the crane to pound it into the water below.
  • Corps, Six Counties plan for water resources issues

    LOS ANGELES – Representatives from six Southern California flood control districts met Feb. 16 with officials from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to discuss topics related to flood channel and levee maintenance, environmental permitting, civil works programming and Southern California water conservation strategies.
  • Border Patrol dedicates new facility in San Clemente

    SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. — Following a 12-month, $6.3 million construction project, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officially opened its new administration building at San Clemente Border Patrol Station with a Feb. 10 ribbon cutting ceremony.
  • January

    Judge Joe Brown Highlights Martin Luther King Federal Holiday Events

    LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles District celebrated the Martin Luther King Federal Holiday with visit from Judge Joe Brown, who engaged the audience with a wide-ranging talk that addressed education, family, the criminal justice system and the influence of celebrity on today’s society.
  • District gets state-of-the-art emergency response vehicle

    LOS ALAMITOS, Calif. – The Los Angeles District will be well prepared for its next disaster response with the recent acquisition of one of the Corps’ newest Emergency Command and Control Vehicles.