A council of governments in the lower Columbia
River says a U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers plan to deepen the
river channel three more feet will
cause environmental harm to endangered
fish and other aquatic species,
benefits only 5 percent of ships, does
not comply with federal or local
laws and, using the Corps’ own estimates
of costs and benefits, does not
pencil out economically for more than
10 years.
CREST is preparing detailed comments on
the Corps’ 8-volume, …

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