Army Corps of Engineers
Ocean City is a dry town, but in part of that Jersey shore point, “dry” means a lot more than a lack of liquor stores.
As we approach the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy battering the New Jersey coast, the Christie Administration has set up a schedule with the Army Corps of Engineers to strengthen beach defense systems for the next storm that hits.
Any annual shore-goer can tell you: by this time, any other year, there’d be very little left to rent but this year, rental agents are still working.
Six months have come and gone since Hurricane Sandy hit the Jersey shore, and in some places the recovery and rebuilding is nearly complete a month before Memorial Day.
A federal appeals court ruling helped keep the Army Corps of Engineers on schedule for the next phase of dredging of the Delaware River to deepen the channel so larger ships can navigate it to Camden and Philadelphia ports.
Beach replenishment has been very good to Cape May. Every two years since 1990, the Army Corps of Engineers has moved sand from the ocean floor to the shore, creating a beach where once there was none. This year, they did something a little different.
New Jersey officials are claiming that the Army Corps of Engineers violated a federal court order last month, dumping dredge spoils from a section of the Delaware River in the Garden State.
Two Delaware County lawmakers are hoping a comprehensive study by the Army Corps of Engineers will help protect the waterways and water sheds in the Philadelphia suburbs and alleviate the amount of flash flooding that […]