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  • Buckhorn Lake Master Plan Update

    General InformationThe Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Louisville District, is revising the
  • Cagles Mill Lake Master Plan Update

    Cagles Mill Lake Master Plan UpdateLOUISVILLE DISTRICTThe Louisville District hosted a Public
  • Green River Lake Master Plan Update

    General InformationThe Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Louisville District, is revising the Green
  • Muskingum River Basin Master Plan

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Huntington District is beginning the public involvement phase of the Muskingum River Basin Master Plan revision. This stage is to inform the public of the revision process and receive public input. Huntington District is providing an online public participation presentation to inform and receive public input to begin the process of revising the master plan.
  • Paint Creek Lake & Deer Creek Lake Regional Master Plan

    The current Master Plan at Paint Creek Lake was published in June 1985, and in June 1984 for Deer Creek Lake. The master plans do not comply with USACE guidance regarding master plans are in need of revision. Changes have occurred over time and need to be captured to reflect the current and future management of the projects. The current master plans and land classifications are in need of revision to address changes in regional land use, population, outdoor recreation trends, and USACE management policy.
  • Patoka Lake Master Plan Update

     The Louisville District hosted a Public Workshop for the Patoka Lake Master Plan Update April 24,
  • Rough River Lake Master Plan Update

    General InformationThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Louisville District, is revising the
  • Shenango River Lake Master Plan

    Authorized by the Flood Control Acts of 1938, Shenango River Lake is one of 16 flood-control projects in the Pittsburgh District. The project mitigates flooding for the Shenango River Valley as well as for the Beaver and upper Ohio rivers. Since its completion in 1965, Shenango Dam has prevented more than $252 million in flood damages. The project has the capability to store the equivalent run-off of 10.5 inches of precipitation from its 589 square mile drainage area. Shenango River Lake’s flood-control benefits were demonstrated during the June 1972 flooding resulting from Tropical Storm Agnes when over $1.8 million in damages were prevented. Shenango also provides water releases during dry periods to improve water quality and quantity for domestic and industrial use, recreation and aquatic life.
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