Corps of Engineers collects flood fix ideas
FARGO -- Houses on stilts. A network of tunnels. Better water storage with "waffle" impoundments and restored wetlands.
Those are among the ideas that residents, agencies and advocacy groups have offered for taming the flood-prone Red River.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which will issue its own flood-control recommendations next month, is considering the comments in drafting an environmental im-pact statement for the project.
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