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Louisville District Commander signs the feasibility cost share agreement for the Metro Louisville Flood Protection Study
Published Oct. 9, 2018
Louisville MSD Executive Director Tony Parrott and Louisville District commander Col. Antoinette Gant each signed the feasibility cost share agreement for the Metro Louisville Flood Protection Study FCSA following their meeting with Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer on October 5, 2018.
This FCSA is for the Metro Louisville Flood Protection Feasibility Study which was identified as a critical flood risk management study in the Bipartisan Budget Act of
The study began in August 2018 and is planned for completion in September 2020.
The Study will investigate both structural and non-structural measures for flood and storm damage reduction, including rehabilitation of aging project features including levees, floodwalls and associated infrastructure constructed as originally authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act of June 28, 1938 (52 Stat. 1217).