U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announces $293 million in economic recovery projects for Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi
WaterWebster.org Staff Report
April 28, 2009
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Tuesday released a list of 172 construction and maintenance projects in Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia and Florida to be built with $293 million in economic recovery funds.
The energy and water development projects are part of an overall $4.6 billion appropriation for the Corps' Civil Works national program that was signed into law Feb. 17 by Pres. Barack Obama.
He said the Corps also will be hiring temporary employes for some of the projects.
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