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  • USACE seeks comments on proposed work in Lake Champlain in Burlington, Vermont

     The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District received a permit application to conduct work in waters of the United States from the Lake Champlain Community Sailing Center, Inc., and the City of Burlington for proposed work in Lake Champlain in conjunction with the expansion of a small
  • East Brimfield Lake waters closed to the public on Aug. 17 for 24 hours

     The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), New England District announced today that the waters at East Brimfield Lake will be closed to all users and abutters to treat milfoil and fanwort. The treatment at East Brimfield Lake will happen on Aug. 17 and all members of the public are asked to not use
  • Town of Guilford seeks permits for proposed work in tidal waters, wetlands tributary to Long Island Sound

     The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District received three After the Fact permit applications to retain work in waters of the United States from the Town of Guilford to authorize and retain previously placed fill associated with the reconstruction and elevation of town roadways
  • Hop Brook Lake Reopens

     The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers flood risk management and recreation area at Hop Brook Lake in Middlebury, Connecticut, will reopen on Aug. 15. The site has been closed since Aug. 4 as a result of high wind damage that happened from Tropical Storm Isaias.While the majority of the damage that
  • Portland Harbor Commission seeking permit to dredge in Portland Harbor and Fore River, Maine

     The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District has received a permit application from the Portland Harbor Commission for dredging of Rye Harbor and Fore River in Portland and South Portland, Maine.The proposed work involves the dredging of accumulated sediment at 47 separate waterfront
  • Update on the North Hartland Lake opening and usage

    North Hartland Lake is implementing a phased reopening of the recreation area in accordance with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers policies and procedures, the state of Vermont and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) due to COVID-19.Beginning June 24, 2020 the following will be open:
  • Update on Edward MacDowell Lake park opening and usage

    In accordance with the most recent New Hampshire Department of Public Health guidance, the following COVID-19 closures continue at Edward MacDowell Lake: Public restrooms, Drinking fountains Covered picnic shelters Children’s playground Swim beach Boat launchIndividuals are welcome to canoe or kayak