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  • 2 May 2014
    Business & Finance, Equipment, Technology

    Last week, Congressman Tim Bishop received the final survey for the Mattituck Inlet dredging project from the Army Corps of Engineers. Over 108,000 cubic yards of sand were removed from the inlet, while more than 2,300 cubic yards were dredged from the fillet. The Army Corps placed 98,251 cubic yards of sand on the beach […]

  • 14 April 2014
    Business & Finance, Equipment, Technology

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, in conjunction with the Town of Southold and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, announce the placement of nearly 100,000 cubic yards of sand replenishing severely eroded beaches to the east of Mattituck Inlet that will improve coastal-storm risk reduction. “We’re extremely pleased to […]

  • 4 April 2014

    Mattituck Inlet Dredging comes to an end, according to The Suffolk Times. This project addressed the erosion of the beach to the east of the inlet and the excess build-up of sand to the west of the inlet. Also included was dredging at the entrance to Mattituck Inlet to about 15 feet below mean low […]

  • 10 February 2014

    Congressman Tim Bishop, Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell and Colonel Paul E. Owen, New York District Commander of the U.S.Army Corps of Engineers, visited the site of the on-going dredging project at Mattituck Inlet. The project, which began last month, will address the erosion of the beach to the east of the inlet and the […]

  • 16 January 2014

    Congressman Tim Bishop announced that the United States Army Corps of Engineers will start a project in Mattituck that includes the dredging of Mattituck Inlet, addresses significant beach erosion that has occurred east of the inlet, and removes sand build-up to the immediate west of the inlet’s jetties. “I am pleased to announce that this […]

  • 30 August 2013

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, plans to invite bids for the Mattituck waterway dredging program. During this project, approximately 90,000 CY of sand will be removed from the Mattituck Federal Navigation Channel. The estimated value of this deepening program is between $1 mln and $5 mln, and the bid opening date […]

  • 8 May 2013

    Congressman Tim Bishop announced that a long-awaited $3.4 million federal project to mitigate erosion that is threatening homes to the east of Mattituck Inlet and the integrity of the Inlet itself will proceed this fall under a US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) program known as CAP 111 that will fund planning, engineering, and construction […]

  • 5 November 2010

    Local residents tired of having their boats run aground say they can’t wait for the Mattituck Inlet to be dredged. That includes Cindy … By Jerry Cimisi (northfork) [mappress] Source: northfork, November 5, 2010;

  • 24 August 2010

    It’s been just six years since the Army Corps of Engineers last dredged Mattituck Inlet, which opens into Long Island Sound. But the heavily… By Beth Young (suffolktimes) [mappress] Source: suffolktimes, August 24, 2010;

  • 28 April 2016
    Business & Finance

    The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) yesterday issued a proposal to designate a dredged material disposal site to serve the eastern Long Island Sound region. The Eastern Long Island Sound Disposal Site (ELDS) would be located offshore from New London, Connecticut, and would be available for the disposal of dredged material from harbors and navigation channels […]

  • 14 September 2010

    By Beth Young (suffolktimes) — Suffolk County plans to dredge James Creek in Mattituck, Little Creek in Cutchogue and Budds Pond in … By Beth Young (suffolktimes) [mappress] Source: suffolktimes, September 15, 2010