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Huntington District Regulatory Division lends a helping hand to Jacksonville District

LRH
Published Nov. 16, 2017
Project managers Cecil Cox and Kayla Adkins recently volunteered to assist the Fort Myers regulatory field office with a few extra sets of hands for disaster recovery. The Jacksonville District manages the largest regulatory program in the Corps, with jurisdiction over the geographic area of Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. This includes freshwater habitats as well as saltwater habitats that provide homes to the West Indian manatee, Florida panther, wood stork, and multiple other fish/snake/bird species.

Project managers Cecil Cox and Kayla Adkins recently volunteered to assist the Fort Myers regulatory field office with a few extra sets of hands for disaster recovery. The Jacksonville District manages the largest regulatory program in the Corps, with jurisdiction over the geographic area of Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. This includes freshwater habitats as well as saltwater habitats that provide homes to the West Indian manatee, Florida panther, wood stork, and multiple other fish/snake/bird species.

Project managers Cecil Cox and Kayla Adkins recently volunteered to assist the Fort Myers regulatory field office with a few extra sets of hands for disaster recovery. The Jacksonville District manages the largest regulatory program in the Corps, with jurisdiction over the geographic area of Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. This includes freshwater habitats as well as saltwater habitats that provide homes to the West Indian manatee, Florida panther, wood stork, and multiple other fish/snake/bird species.