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ACT Feasibility Report Comment Period Extended to January 25th

Published Jan. 12, 2021

MOBILE, Ala. In response to requests received by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District (USACE), the Mobile District granted an extension to the public comment period on the Final Feasibility Report and Integrated Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (FR/SEIS) for the Allatoona Lake Water Supply Storage Reallocation Study and Updates to Weiss and Logan Martin Reservoirs Project Water Control Manuals. The comment period for the FR/SEIS is extended until January 25, 2021. The 14-day extension provides additional time for public review and analyses of the final report.

The FR/SEIS and appendices are available for download at: https://www.sam.usace.army.mil/Missions/Planning-Environmental/Allatoona-Lake-Water-Supply-Storage-Reallocation-Study-and-Updates-to-Weiss-and-Logan-Martin-Reservoirs-Project-Water-Control-Manuals/Document-Library/. The documents are also available as digitized files on a compact disc when requested in writing to:

Commander, Mobile District

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Attn: PD-EI (ACT-ACR FSEIS)

P.O. Box 2288

Mobile AL 36628

“Mobile District is committed to offering opportunity to the public to actively participate and comment on important community issues,” said Cesar Yabor, Mobile’s Chief of Public Affairs. “The final ACR FR/SEIS presents a significant work effort showing the results of the Corps’ environmental analysis on the Recommended Plan for a potential water supply reallocation in Allatoona Lake, as well as the proposed revisions to water management activities for Alabama Power Company’s Weiss Dam and Lake and Logan Martin Dam and Lake reservoir projects.”

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With an area of operation across Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, and northern Florida, and a vast military region that includes operations across Central and South America, the Mobile District’s award-winning teams of engineering, construction, regulatory and emergency management professionals are nationally recognized for their leadership in delivery of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ civil works and military programs missions to the Nation.

 

     

 


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Release no. 21-001