Corps meeting on river management set for Wednesday

2014-04-02T12:19:00Z Corps meeting on river management set for Wednesday Bismarck Tribune
April 02, 2014 12:19 pm

Bismarck will host one of five U.S. Army Corps of Engineers public meetings next week on conditions and the planned operation of the Missouri River reservoir system in 2014.

The meeting in Bismarck is scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Bismarck Civic Center Exhibit Hall.

Pierre, S.D. will host a similar meeting that day at 11a.m. at Capitol Lake Visitor Center.

The final meeting is planned for at 10 a.m. April 10 at Fort Peck Interpretive Center, Fort Peck, Mont. Other meetings are planned for Kansas City, Mo., and Nebraska City, Neb., on Tuesday.

The corps on Tuesday will post the presentation materials for the public meetings on their website at:

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