Tag Archives: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District

Making it count: A boat captain’s mission to bring meaning to work

Savannah District to dedicate 2 new survey vessels to fallen soldiers with local ties, April 8.  SAVANNAH, Ga. — Six years ago when it was time to replace Savannah District’s aging fleet of survey vessels, Boat Captain Jim Bodenrader knew … Continue reading

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Sally brings rain: Here’s how our reservoirs will manage

After making landfall in the Gulf Coast early this morning, Hurricane Sally is expected to downgrade to a depression and move eastward soaking a wide path through Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. All three of our reservoirs – Hartwell, Russell … Continue reading

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Hartwell Lake closes Singing Pines boat ramp

SAVANNAH, Ga. – Corps of Engineers officials at Hartwell Lake have closed all access at Singing Pines Recreation Area, including the roadway leading to the boat ramp parking area, in response to repeated trespassing of the adjacent closed day-use area … Continue reading

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Corps kicks off Augusta Training Wall Disposition Study

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Geologists from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District began collecting soil samples from the bottom of the Savannah River recently as part of a disposition study to determine the cost and benefit of removing an old … Continue reading

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