Colonel Philip Secrist III takes Command of Huntington District
Colonel Philip Secrist III takes Command of Huntington District
Col. Philip Secrist receives the Corps flag from Brig. Gen. Richard Kaiser, Commanding General, Great Lakes and Ohio River Division, formally taking command of the Huntington District at a Change of Command Ceremony held at the Huntington City Hall Auditorium July 10, 2015. Outgoing commander, Col. Leon Parrott looks on.
Lieutenant Colonel Lewton participates in the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Cowen Wastewater Treatment Plant
Cowan Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade and Expansion
Lieutenant Colonel Lewton participates in the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Cowen Wastewater Treatment Plant and tours the newly improved and expanded facilities. The project is part of the Southern West Virginia Environmental Restoration Infrastructure and Resources Protection Development Pilot Program was authorized by Section 340 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1992 (P.L. 102-580), as amended.
Alum Creek Lake Water Safety
The Alum Creek Lake staff is recognized with the 2014 LRD Water Safety Team Award.
Alum Creek Lake continues to thrive as a playground for the metropolitan Columbus, Ohio area. The Alum Creek Lake staff provided programs, patrols, loaner life jackets, and continuous water and boating safety reminders to approximately 3-million visitors. Over 29,000 direct personal contacts were made through fair exhibits, classroom programs, and other methods in 2014. The innovation and energy of the team contributed to ZERO drowning accidents this year at Alum Creek Lake. The team is a superior representative of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Regulatory Public Notices

No 2015-2

6/26/2015
The Ohio Interagency Review Team Initiatives and Guidelines for the State of Ohio in the U.S Army Corps of Engineers' Huntington, Buffalo and Pittsburg Districts.

2015-436-OHR

5/29/2015
The applicant has requested to discharge 1,944 cubic yards of dredged and/or fill material into approximately 0.66 acre of six wetlands, 340 linear feet of intermittent stream and 0.45 acre of pond in association with the construction of the Blue Ash Development Project.

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