Lagoon Dredging Resumes

Work on the Lincoln Park Lagoon resumed yesterday after the city council approved more money for the project. First crews worked on removing any excess water that may have gathered in the lagoon and then dredging can continue. It’s expected to be done by mid-November. The council approved almost 330-thousand dollars for A.W. Oakes and Sons to complete the first dredging of the lagoon in 40 years. Earlier this month work on the lagoon halted after they ran out of cash.



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