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A calm black rat snake sits in a tree saying hello to the hikers on the Gorge loop trail at Caesar Creek Lake.
Photo of the week: Hanging out at Caesar Creek Lake
A calm black rat snake sits in a tree saying hello to the hikers on the Gorge loop trail at Caesar Creek Lake.
Falls City Engineer: May/June 2016
Falls City Engineer: May/June 2016
Falls City Engineer: May/June 2016

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Army Corps of Engineers finishes Engineering Report on Barren Lake; Open House planned

(Louisville, Ky.) -- The Army Corps of Engineers’ Louisville District has completed an Engineering
Published: 6/10/2016

Army Corps of Engineers finishes Engineering Report on Nolin Lake; Open House planned

The Army Corps of Engineers’ Louisville District has completed an Engineering Report which recommends keeping Nolin River Lake’s current winter pool elevation target of 492.0.
Published: 6/10/2016

Army Corps of Engineers seeks public comments on proposal to renew and revise nationwide permits

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced today it is seeking comments on its proposal to renew and revise 50 nationwide permits for work in wetlands and other waters that are regulated by Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and/or Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899. In addition, USACE is proposing to issue two new nationwide permits that pertain to authorizing the removal of low-head dams and the construction and maintenance of living shorelines.
Published: 6/1/2016

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Flood simulation promotes agency coordination

On March 29, 2016, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District participated in a tabletop exercise to improve emergency planning related to flood risk in the Louisville Metro community. The exercise, planned and hosted by the Louisville Metropolitan Sewer District, simulated a levee breach of the Louisville Metro levee system, assuming river levels equivalent to the Great Flood of 1937, the current flood of record.
Published: 4/14/2016

Kingsolver Elementary designed for green, innovative learning

Students at the new Kingsolver Elementary School at Fort Knox, Kentucky, will have the unique opportunity to learn about sustainability from the building around them. Every aspect of the new 115,000 square-foot school was designed with green features in mind—from energy dashboards that allow students to see how much water or energy their class is using to a composter that turns kitchen trash into plant food.
Published: 4/14/2016

Honolulu Army Reserve Center project to get new roof

Later this month, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will begin replacing the 30,000-square-foot roof on Turner Hall at Fort Shafter, Honolulu, Hawaii, for the 9th Mission Support Command.
Published: 4/14/2016