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Notice of Possible Quorum - Breakwater/Harbor Project

The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) will be hosting a public information meeting this week at City Hall.
The meeting will be held on Thursday, March 02, 2023 at 6:30 pm at City Hall in regards to the proposed breakwater repair and maintenance project at the Algoma Harbor. Below is the press release link from the US Army Corps of Engineers, Chicago District.

DRAFT Environmental Assessment - Algoma Harbor Breakwater Operations & Maintenance
Algoma Harbor PR Letter
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Notice of Possible Quorum

The USACE will have staff on-sight to address any comments from the public. The funding from this project comes from federal infrastructure dollars. Here is a list of other projects receiving funding through this investment:

The following projects will receive funding through this investment:
Western Wisconsin
$830 million for the Navigation and Ecosystem Sustainability Program to modernize lock and dams on the Upper Mississippi River
$350,000 for River Falls’ Kinnickinnic River Restoration to complete feasibility study(Pierce County)
$5.31 million for Arcadia to initiate construction (Trempealeau County)
Northern Wisconsin
$625,000 for the City of Bayfield’s Apostle Islands Marina Breakwall Restoration Project (Bayfield County)
$1.935 million for the Red Cliff Band Reservation wastewater treatment (Bayfield County)
$450,000 for the City of Superior’s Hill Avenue Interceptor Rehabilitation Project (Douglas County)
Green Bay, Door County Region
$500,000 for dredging on the Big Suamico River (Brown County)
$50,000 for Central Brown County Water Authority to complete feasibility study (Brown County)
$19.166 million for Algoma Harbor to repair south breakwater (Kewaunee County)
$1.5 million for Menasha Dam repairs on the Fox River (Winnebago County)
Southeast Wisconsin
$75,000 for Kenosha to complete feasibility studies on the South Branch Pike River (Kenosha County)
Great Lakes Region
$225.8 million for the Brandon Road Project in Illinois to prevent Asian Carp from reaching the Great Lakes