News Flash Home
The original item was published from 3/26/2021 3:01:59 PM to 3/31/2021 5:05:02 PM.

News Flash

Planning & Development

Posted on: March 26, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Virtual Public Meeting for Tar Pamlico River Basin Feasibility Study

2020_PLN_News

(Pitt County) – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District is conducting a feasibility study on the Tar Pamlico River Basin and will host a virtual public involvement meeting to gather community input on the feasibility study. The city of Greenville and Pitt County virtual meeting, which will also serve as the public involvement meeting for the Neuse River Basin flood risk-management study, will be held on March 30, 2021 from 6pm to 7:30pm. There is no in-person option for this meeting. A recording of the presentation will air later using the city of Greenville’s government access channel.

The meeting can be accessed via WebEx conference at https://usace1.webex.com/ usace1/j.php?MTID=m00ce03770c09508b30d3a7d9f851d5d5. To join by phone, attendees can call 1-844-800-2712 and use the access code 199-053-6905.

The district is collaborating with the study’s non-federal sponsor the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality to conduct a feasibility study of the Tar Pamlico River Basin to develop flood risk-management alternatives for the river basin. The corps is hosting a series of virtual public meetings to share information about the feasibility study, review the study’s progress and gather community feedback on the study. Each meeting focuses on a separate geographic area within the basin. The meetings consist of a 30-minute presentation followed by a question-and-answer session. More information about the study and how to access the meetings can be found on the district’s website: www.lrp.usace.army.mil/Missions/Planning-Programs-Project Management/Tar-Pamlico-Feasibility-Study/.

Public meetings are important opportunities for communities to learn about, provide feedback, voice concerns, and share information about potential flood risk-management options. Community input is vital to shaping the corps’ present and future operations and initiatives. All comments will be recorded and considered.

 

Facebook Twitter Email