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Army Corps of Engineers to have Carlyle Lake, Kaskaskia River workshops

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in St. Louis has scheduled a three public workshops on the master plan updates for Carlyle Lake and the Kaskaskia River Project.

The workshops are part of the master plan update process and people will have the opportunity to give input on their issues and concerns regarding the future management of Carlyle Lake and the Kaskaskia River Project.

The master plans address outdoor recreation and environmental stewardship activities occurring on lands owned and easement lands managed by the Corps of Engineers at Carlyle Lake and the Kaskaskia River Projects. These plans do not address shoreline management, water control or water quality, because these activities are included in other corps of engineers operating plans.

The current Master Plan, along with comment forms and additional information concerning the updates, will be available on the St. Louis District website at http://www.mvs.usace.army.mil, the corps of engineers said.

The public workshops will be held using an open house format, allowing time for participants to review specific information about the master plan update process, ask questions and provide written comments to the corps of engineers staff at the meetings.

Public workshop locations

▪  Germantown: 5-7 p.m. Tuesday at the Germantown American Legion, 1105 Sycamore St.

▪  Red Bud: 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at the Kaskaskia Regional Port District Office, 336 N. Main St.

▪  Chester: 5-7 p.m. Thursday at the Chester Public Library, 733 State St.

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