The Corps of Engineers asked for comments on the project from the community. They looked into these aspects of the project: conservation, economics, aesthetics, environmental, wetlands, historical (cultural) properties, fish and wildlife values, land use, navigation, recreation, water quality, safety, considerations of property ownership and the needs and welfare of the people. This is something our state agencies do not have the staff to do.
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