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Florida Republicans: Army Corps of Engineers Supporting the State’s Priorities in Work Plan

The work plan includes funding for water resource and navigation projects that are of importance to communities throughout the state, and also builds upon the recent, unprecedented progress towards the restoration of Florida’s Everglades through projects like the Central Everglades Planning Project (CEPP).

Florida Senators Want Army Corps of Engineers to Fully Fund Florida Priorities

This includes numerous projects of importance to communities all over the state, and also includes maintaining the unprecedented progress towards the restoration of Florida’s Everglades through projects like the Central Everglades Planning Project (CEPP).

Charlie Crist: Army Corps of Engineers, Pinellas County Need to Work Together on Shore...

According to the congressman’s office, Crist asked the Corps to “provide flexibility to Pinellas County and maintain their commitment to work hand-in-hand with the county to replenish and preserve our coast” since the “Shore Protection Project, which serves to periodically renourish nearly 13 miles of Pinellas beaches, hit a major roadblock after the county was told by the Army Corps that they only have until the end of the year to secure hundreds of easements from property owners in order to continue the project.”
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Florida Senators, Congressmen Urge Army Corps to Focus on Resilience, Restudy Aging Flood...

Following passage and signing into law of the Additional Supplemental Appropriations for Disaster Relief Act, 2019, Congress has now provided the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) with $35 million in investigation funding and $740 million in construction funding for flood and storm damage reduction projects in states and territories impacted by 2018 hurricanes and typhoons, including Florida.
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Neal Dunn: Port Panama City Can Boost Panhandle After Hurricane Michael

The Corps released its plan on Wednesday which included $4 million to help Port Panama City’s dredging projects. 
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