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ONE LANE OF HIGHWAY 25 ACROSS GREERS FERRY DAM
HEBER SPRINGS, Ark. – One lane of Highway 25 across Greers Ferry Dam will close temporarily for four weeks beginning Nov. 26.
CORPS WEB SITE OFFLINE DURING SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE
Little Rock, Ark. -- The Army Corps of Engineers’ Little Rock District website will be unavailable from 1 p.m. Nov. 9 until 7 a.m. Nov. 13 due to scheduled building maintenance.
TABLE ROCK MASTER PLAN REVISIONS REQUIRE TEMPORARY HALT TO SHORELINE MANAGEMENT REQUESTS
Branson, Mo. -- The Army Corps of Engineers’ Table Rock Project Office will suspend shoreline activity requests beginning Dec. 1 to establish a baseline of the lake for officials to use while revising its 36-year-old master plan.
CORPS TO HOST WORKSHOPS TO DISCUSS PROPOSED POLICY CHANGES TO NAVIGATION SYSTEM
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District, will host four public workshops in November to discuss ways to increase the continued reliability of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System.
IMPROVEMENTS TEMPORARILY CLOSE JOSH PARK MEMORIAL TRAIL
HEBER SPRINGS, Ark. – The Josh Park Memorial Trail will be closed from Nov. 5, 2012, to March 1, 2013, while the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers enhances the popular trail for users. Improvements will include selective thinning of nearby pine stands.
MILLWOOD LAKE OFF-SEASON OFFERS RELAXED ENVIRONMENT
ASHDOWN, Ark. – With fall comes cooler temperatures and reduced traffic allowing visitors to take advantage of Millwood Lake’s many recreational opportunities with a more relaxed approach.
NAV NOTICE SWL 12-49 - MKARNS - SCHEDULED CLOSURE
MONTGOMERY POINT L&D - Montgomery Point Lock and Dam (NM 0.5) is scheduled to be closed to Navigation traffic from 1 a.m. on November 26 through 11 p.m. on December 16, 2012. The lock is scheduled to be closed during this timeframe for dewatering to make repairs to the land wall miter gates.
TABLE ROCK PROJECT OFFICE UNDERGOING RENOVATIONS
BRANSON, Mo. – The Army Corps of Engineers Table Rock Lake Project Office will undergo renovations from Oct. 26 through Dec. 28.
NON-TOXIC ALGAE APPEARING ON BEAVER LAKE
ROGERS, Ark. -- With air temperatures changing and the fall season upon us, many folks are still enjoying all that Beaver Lake has to offer. Some visitors have noticed algal blooms floating on the surface of various areas of Beaver Lake.
OCTOBER 31 MARKS WINTER CAMPING SEASON AT RUSSELLVILLE PROJECT PARKS
RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – Fall is quickly approaching and with it the end of the summer recreation season at Russellville Project Office parks. There are still several days to enjoy all that the river has to offer. Cooler temperatures allow visitors to take advantage of many recreational opportunities with a more relaxing approach.