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Aaron Boswell, a ranger for the Little Rock District, installs looting signage at one of the Corps’ many parks. Signage is now being placed at Corps parks in order to bring exposure to the penalties one will incur if found in violation of the law. Not only will perpetrators face prison time up to 5 years without parole, fines can also amount to $250,000.
SOME THINGS ARE BETTER LEFT UNDISTURBED
Aaron Boswell, a ranger for the Little Rock District, installs looting signage at one of the Corps’ many parks. Signage is now being placed at Corps parks in order to bring exposure to the penalties one will incur if found in violation of the law. Not only will perpetrators face prison time up to 5 years without parole, fines can also amount to $250,000.
Olivia Crisp, a Little Rock District security assistant talks with  a resident of Panama City Fla, at a blue roof right of entry collection point. Residents have to sign a right of entry to their property before blue roof work can begin.
Little Rock District Supports Hurricane Michael Recovery
Olivia Crisp, a Little Rock District security assistant talks with a resident of Panama City Fla, at a blue roof right of entry collection point. Residents have to sign a right of entry to their property before blue roof work can begin.
Life Jackets Worn...Nobody Mourns
Life Jackets Worn... Nobody Mourns
Life Jackets Worn...Nobody Mourns

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Published: 11/14/2018

CORPS TO BEGIN RELEASES THROUGH SPILLWAY

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Published: 11/14/2018

CORPS LIFTS SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY FOR ARKANSAS RIVER

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Army Corps of Engineers has lifted the small craft advisory for the Arkansas River. Advisories are issued when flows reach 70,000 cubic feet per second. Even though flows have receded below that threshold, Corps officials urge boaters to always use caution when on the river.
Published: 11/14/2018

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