20 May 2008

what's up with the river's restoration?

This article from the Youngstown Vindicator explores how the revitalization of polluted riverbeds have helped other regions.

So how goes it for the Mahoning River?
". . . the dredging project is at a standstill in its second phase, “feasibility.” During this phase, the corps will investigate restoration methods and proposed costs and determine who is responsible for paying for the project.

DeCicco estimates that 99 percent of the feasibility study is complete."

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