Thank you for joining us Wednesday!
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Thank you so much for joining us on August 28th to learn more about the US Army Corps of Engineers' Feasibility Study of the Portland Metro Levee System
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Photo of people discussing the USACE feasibility study during December 2018 open house
US Army Corps of Engineers’ August Open House
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Please join the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and Levee Ready Columbia to learn more about the 27-mile levee system that reduces the risk of flooding along the Columbia River in Multnomah County, the system's vulnerabilities, and ideas and...
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Aerial photo of Peninsula Drainage District #1
Portland Tribune: Let it flow during next Columbia River flood?
Some want to let the river flow onto nearby green areas rather than replace the levee that failed in the 1948...
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Photo of people discussing the USACE feasibility study during December 2018 open house
US Army Corps of Engineers’ December Open Houses
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Thanks to everyone who came out for the US Army Corps of Engineers' open houses in December...
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photo of Colonel Dorf and Reed Wagner Signing Cost Sharing Agreement for USACE Feasibility Study
Launching the New Start
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This week marked an important moment for Levee Ready Columbia and the Drainage Districts. On Wednesday, we...
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Map of the leveed area along the Columbia River
photo of US Senator Ron Wyden testifying
KATU News: Oregon lawmakers push for flood protection feasibility study for Portland
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Oregon lawmakers are urging federal officials in Washington D.C. to support a flood protection feasibility study...
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Photo of Senator Ron Wyden testifying
Business Oregon: Timber, levees and affordable housing top delegation priorities
Oregon’s congressional leaders are urging support of a feasibility study work plan for the...
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Photo of the railroad embankment that serves as the far western edge of the levee system
Daily Journal of Commerce: Levees Critical to Northeast Portland
Portland’s extensive system of flood control measures along the Columbia and Sandy rivers has been found to require significant...
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