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The Buffalo District provides world-class engineering solutions to the Lower Great Lakes. Our AOR covers approximately 38,000 square miles in NY, OH and PA.
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USACE Buffalo 14h
Happy Administrative Professional's Day! appreciates the hard efforts put forth by the admin. professional's in our district. We recognize their role as essential in accomplishing the overall mission. Thank you to each hardworking admin. professional!
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USACE Buffalo 15h
Protect the nation's waters () by submitting a complaint of any observed work involving a discharge of fill material into waters (lake, stream, wetlands, etc.) to the Regulatory Branch.Head to the website and click the red stop sign:
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USACE Buffalo Apr 23
In honor of Earth Day, some employees spent their lunch breaks picking up trash along the river walk & bike path near the office. A lot of trash can be picked up in a half hour...small effort, big difference!
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USACE Buffalo Apr 23
has been a hot topic here in with the Ice boom removal starting yesterday. To learn more about the Ice Boom, head over to the page:
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USACE Buffalo Apr 23
Regulators perform field work early in the growing season when all plants are not green yet, which makes it more difficult to ID them. Last week, Regulators spent a day learning/reviewing leafless woody plant identification to be better prepared.
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USACE Buffalo Apr 22
about waterway commercial transport in the Ohio River navigation system from Louisville District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
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USACE Buffalo Apr 22
approaches sustainability by managing all missions, activities & functions with appropriate consideration of social, economic, & Environmental impacts to ensure that its operations do NOT negatively impact the resource needs of future generations.
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USACE Buffalo Apr 22
Last week hosted the Logistics Planning and Response Team (LPRT) Validation Exercise 2019 to validate the capability of LPRT members in responding to facilitate life support of responders supporting USACE response & recovery missions.
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USACE Buffalo Apr 21
Consider joining the District team! Apply to 1 of the current openings & bring your talents to expand on the value to the nation's economy, security, & quality of life through the highly skilled workforce. Apply here:
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USACE Buffalo Apr 19
Yesterday , Buffalo District team members along with , toured damaged sections of breakwaters protecting Little Great Sodus harbors. Our civil works mission provides a key foundational component to repair the Nation's infrastructure
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USACE Buffalo Apr 19
entered into an agreement w/the Village of Grover Hill to provide ~$1M for sanitary sewer collection & WW treatment improvements. is strongly committed to partnering with communities to make improvements & protect the environment.
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USACE Buffalo Apr 19
wants to remind you that William B. Hoyt II Visitor Center at the Mount Morris Dam & Rec. Area opened last Sunday, 4/14/19. park rangers would love for you to stop by, or even take a tour of the dam.
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USACE Buffalo Apr 19
Tonawanda Landfill, a VP of the Linde Site, Tonawanda, NY.The selected remedy is targeted shallow removal & off-site disposal of -related material. is working with contractors to develop plans with a planned remediation start of summer 2019
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USACE Buffalo Apr 18
Did you ever wonder about a lock/dam structure's water data? Good news- has a Corps Water Management System where you can look up data for the locks & dam projects near you, showing things such as water flow: : Photo: Mount Morris Dam data search
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USACE Buffalo Apr 18
wants YOU to help spread awareness about PTSD and how it is treated, by connecting to the website below and sharing it.
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USACE Buffalo Apr 17
Today some employees enjoyed their lunch learning about the resources available here in Buffalo. Thank you Crisis Services for coming to help us be prepared to continue
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USACE Buffalo Apr 17
Congratulations to 's April Employee of the Month, Jacob Zdrojewski! Jake, a outreach specialist, last month he organized & executed 2 public meeting for the Luckey & Harshaw sites, playing a key role in communicating our achievements to the public.
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USACE Buffalo Apr 16
During natural disasters, 's Emergency Management (EM) Office conducts emergency operations to protect lives, alleviate suffering and re-mediate damage, including organizing flood fight teams. To learn more about EM office:
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USACE Buffalo Apr 16
is coming up April 22! No better way to get ready for it than to download Bobber the Water Safety Dog's latest coloring sheet! Get your free coloring sheet here:
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USACE Buffalo Apr 15
Myth: ONLY manages the nation's inland waterways Fact:USACE oversaw the construction of the Panama Canal, designed & built John F. Kennedy's eternal flame & assisted in the design & oversaw the construction of the Washington Monument.
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