Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway Development Opportunities Conference. FY 2008/2009/2010 O&M PROGRAM. * Includes $5.7M for Mooring Cells and Lock Closures * Includes $1.8M for Water Control Manuals * Includes $550K for Water Control Manuals * American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
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*Includes $5.7M for Mooring Cells and Lock Closures
*Includes $1.8M for Water Control Manuals
*Includes $550K for Water Control Manuals
*American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
**Received an additional $4 Million Supplemental Funding for Dredging
CG Federal $6M
CG Non-Federal $2M
ARRA Federal $16M
ARRA Non-Federal $5M
O&M CONTRACT Conference
NOTE: Next Scheduled Lock Closures on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway (2011) are Wilkins Lock, Bevill Lock and Heflin Lock.
Remove dogleg and 100 feet of existing spur dike
Dredge the upper approach to elevation 110.0
Relocate the Snagboat Montgomery
20 August 2009
Certification Requirements Conference
Authority – Public Law 79-525, 79th Congress, 2d Session, enacted July 24, 1946.
Two-way barge traffic, no provisions in the authorization for flood control protection . . .
Certification – no analyses exist that refute or demonstrate flood control performance; required analyses are extensive.
Hydraulics, geotechnical, vegetation compliance, O&M . . .
Vegetation – currently heavily wooded, can not certify unless vegetation and roots removed.
Would also require increased annual O&M to sustain levee requirements. . .
Vegetation Requirement, ‘Overbuilt’ Conference
Vegetation Requirement, ‘Typical’ Conference
Wildlife Mitigation – Wooded areas on levee are part of Tenn-Tom mitigation lands.
Clearing would likely require acquisition of replacement lands. . .