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Army Corps Of Engineers
Army Corps Of Engineers

Lakefront Dump Site Set For Decades-Long Expansion, Despite Pleas From Southeast Siders Already ‘Overwhelmed With Pollution’

The Army Corps of Engineers plans to expand its East Side disposal site for contaminated sediment as it nears capacity — crushing neighbors' hopes for public park space along the river.

South Chicago, East Side

Neighbors Stunned After Riverbank Trees Cut Down, But Army Corps Says Native Trees Will Replace Them

Neighbors along Legion Park at Bryn Mawr and the North Branch of the Chicago River were shocked when hundreds of trees were taken down on Monday.

Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park

Thanks To High Lake Levels, A Frigid Winter And A Soggy Spring, The Rogers Park Shoreline Is In Trouble

The erosion has already caused recently repaired breakwater walls to begin falling, leading to the loss of a mature tree.

Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park

The End of Chicago’s Only ‘Waterfall’ Marks A New Beginning For Life On The River

Don't go chasing waterfalls — Chicago doesn't have one anymore. The 100-year-old four-foot dam is being torn down.

Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park