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Vox populi A cadre of similarly minded coves or chaps. See National Health Service Corps.
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But Houston-area environmental lawyer and engineer Larry Dunbar, who is co-counsel in the class action lawsuit that argues the Army Corps should have done a better job of informing upstream property owners of their risks, said he thinks his clients have a strong case.
Specifically, EPA alleged that the Army Corp failed to: comply with safety information requirements; adequately identify, evaluate, and control hazards; comply with operating procedures requirements; comply with mechanical integrity requirements; comply with compliance audit requirements; and have an adequate emergency response program.
Ultimately, his rulings would preserve the authority of the Army Corps of Engineers--and the status quo.
And in April, Heitkamp joined Fargo leaders and the Army Corps to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Fargo-Moorhead diversion.
But many are flooding because they are in an area that the Army Corps actually considers to be inside the reservoirs.
Army Corps of Engineers operates four toil-free locks at Sault Ste.
The Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers are in the middle of considering whether to further scale back the federal regulation of wetlands on account of the Supreme Court's decision in the SWANCC case.
The Army Corps of Engineers decided that Kennewick Man s age showed beyond any doubt that he was an Indian.
Last year when the National Marine Fisheries Services (NMFS) decided that its Snake River dam operation plan posed "no jeopardy" to the wild salmon, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game sued it, along with the Army Corps of Engineers and other federal agencies, for failing to insure that its operations were not likely to harm listed species.
The Army Corps of Engineers and the Environmental Protection Agency have never been the best of friends.
Army Corps of Engineers, various political subdivisions, and hydropower customers involves the Army Corps' operations of the Buford Dam at Lake Sidney Lanier, Georgia.
James has the experience and skill necessary to lead the Army Corps, Wicker said.

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