Siphoning water from the Savannah River to operate cooling towers for two new reactors at Plant Vogtle has drawn stiff opposition from at least 10 environmental protection groups.
ATLANTA -- Legislators from the more than two-dozen districts bordering the Savannah River introduced a resolution in the House Friday urging the U.S. Corps of Engineers to use adaptive-management practices on the river's lakes.
You might think that with former Augusta Administrator Fred Russell out of a job and out of the mayor's race, his chief critic and tormentor, Commissioner Marion Williams would let it rest. But you'd be wrong.
Lawmakers in South Carolina and Georgia, concerned with lake levels in the Savannah River Basin, are turning their scrutiny to the U.S. Corps of Engineers' hydropower.
LOS ANGELES - For years, Parsons Corp. has profited from a steady stream of U.S. government contracts for everything from disposing of hazardous weapons material to rebuilding hospitals, highways and other big-ticket infrastructure.
...Organization and Boosters; www.evansmiddle.netCHRISTMAS TREES ACCEPTED FOR RECYCLING: Natural trees only; U.S. Corps of Engineers to place trees as fish attractors around fishing piers and select ramps; Christmas trees can be dropped off...
Find Christmas lights or attend a holiday concert.
From holiday concerts to trolley tours, there's lots to do
Find lights displays or go on a trolley tour to celebrate holidays.
ATLANTA --- Federal officials warned Thursday that three key reservoirs feeding Georgia, Alabama and Florida are expected to drop in the next few weeks, another dose of bad news for the drought-stricken Southeast.