State and local Agencies Anxiously Await Federal Funding for Demolition of the Gorge Dam
Ohio again sues Army Corps of Engineers over dredging of Cuyahoga River shipping channel
By Eric Heisig, cleveland.com - Sept. 21, 2016
Judge Rejects Court Filing to Force Army Corps of Engineers to Dredge the Cuyahoga
By Kevin Niedermier WKSU • Sep 13, 2016
Upcoming EPA public meeting will discuss recommendation to remove Brecksville dam
Cuyahoga River remains undredged, threatening shipping commerce; Port seeks court order vs Army Corps of Engineers
"Brecksville Dam targeted for demolition;
fishing, Cuyahoga River water quality expected to improve"
Ohio EPA and National Park Service Invite Public Discussion
on Canal Diversion Dam Project
The environmental assessment and supporting documents are available for public review and comment through Sept. 29 at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/brecksvilledam.
"Rowing on the Cuyahoga River - a view like no other: Ted Diadiun"
"Bit By Bit, the Cuyahoga River is Made More Fish Friendly"
Coast Guard announces restrictions for Lake Erie and the Cuyahoga River during the Republican National Convention
NEORSD's big tunnel helps bring life back to Mill Creek
Fish counts are up, thanks to improved water quality and the reduction in sewer overflows.
Read the story in the October 30 issue of the PD.
Plain Dealer's James McCarty makes a shocking discovery and finds there's more to life (and more life) on the Cuyahoga
Hint: It starts with "wall" and ends with "eye."
Dateline August 19, 2015:
Read the release, and you can find the letter and referenced support documents on our Resources page.
On the Radio:
'Mistake on the Lake' cleans up its River
Allegheny Front's Julie Grant caught up with us on Earth Day for a progress report that was broadcast on local public radio stations. Read or stream the story here.
Kasich signs Executive Order to further protect Lake Erie -
On February 11, Governor Kasich signed an executive order providing the Ohio EPA Director with the authority to prohibit open lake disposal of dredge material in Lake Erie if the material could result in higher levels of chemicals that bioaccumulate in fish, such as PCBs, or if disposal would violate any international treaties or compacts.
One result will be to ensure that dredge material from Cleveland Harbor and the Cuyahoga River is disposed of in a confined disposal facility.
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