Army Corps of Engineers
Authorities are warning Bostonians, perhaps still jittery after the Boston Marathon bombings, not to be alarmed if they here loud booms in the city this week.
Officials took a look at the aging system of levees and pumping stations protecting Hartford and East Hartford from flooding on the Connecticut River.
An official of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says dredged material from Greenwich Harbor can be dumped safely in a Long Island Sound disposal site, though more study is needed.
For the first time in more than 30 years, the Housatonic River will be dredged, removing 50,000 cubic yards of sand.