RAJ REPORT

East Trinity can be restored using DREDGE FROM THE PORT —– If they can do it in America why not CAIRNS–The Island that Almost Vanished is Slowly Reappearing——When the Baltimore shipping channel is being dredged, barges operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to move 2 million yards of fill, from September through March of each year. The work began in 1998 and Scott Johnson, the man who manages the project for the Corps, estimates that work won’t be finished until 2020, at a total cost of about $400 million, with 75 percent of the cost borne by the Federal government and the remaining 25 percent, by the State of Maryland.

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When the Baltimore shipping channel is being dredged, barges operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to move 2 million yards of fill, from September through March of each year. The work began in 1998 and Scott Johnson, the man who manages the project for the Corps, estimates that work won’t be finished until 2020, at a total cost of about $400 million, with 75 percent of the cost borne by the Federal government and the remaining 25 percent, by the State of Maryland.

 

 

 

The Island that Almost Vanished is Slowly Reappearing.

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