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Aitch Recreation Area Artesian Well to Reopen
Following an extensive relocation project, the Artesian Well at Aitch Recreation Area of Raystown
Army Corps announces installation of Jennings Randolph Lake Downstream Early Warning System
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, has installed a year-round early warning system at Jennings Randolph Lake intended to notify downstream public users of impending rapid increases in water levels, and to evacuate the river immediately to higher ground for their safety.
Army Corps to host open house for F.J. Sayers Dam’s 50th anniversary
Congressman Glenn Thompson, Foster Sayers Jr. and Col. John Litz, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District commander, among speakers at the F.J. Sayers 50th anniversary event and open house, Sept. 28.
Army Corps of Engineers prepares public for fall release of draft Raystown Lake Master Plan
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, is preparing the public for the release of the draft Raystown Lake Master Plan in the late fall through a series of master plan updates.
Corps of Engineers discontinues study to modify operations at Foster J. Sayers Dam
Baltimore District has announced that it is discontinuing its study in collaboration with the Susquehanna River Basin Commission to make operational modifications at Foster J. Sayers Dam to sustain aquatic habitat during historical low-flow conditions. Current operations will be maintained.