Plan Unveiled for LI Sound Dredging Materials

Compo Beach Marina Being Dredged

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has released a plan for handling the silt and sand dredged from harbors, coves and navigation channels in Long Island Sound for the next three decades, according to an article on TheDay.com.

The draft plan, created over the last 10 years, examines alternatives for handling the 52.7 million cubic yards of material that will be dredged from the Connecticut and New York sides of the sound.

Read about a plan to handle dredging materials in Long Island Sound.