The U.S. Army is reviewing a report on how the U.S. government acquired 34 miles of Columbia River shoreline through the Tri-Cities. Congress directed the Secretary of the Army to account for its holdings in notes to the National Defense Authorization Act signed into law last year. Congress set a March 1 deadline but proponents of returning the shoreline to Tri-City control believe the release is imminent.
The U.S. Army is reviewing a report on how the U.S. government acquired 34 miles of Columbia River shoreline through the Tri-Cities. Congress directed the Secretary of the Army to account for its holdings in notes to the National Defense Authorization Act signed into law last year. Congress set a March 1 deadline but proponents of returning the shoreline to Tri-City control believe the release is imminent. File Tri-City Herald
The U.S. Army is reviewing a report on how the U.S. government acquired 34 miles of Columbia River shoreline through the Tri-Cities. Congress directed the Secretary of the Army to account for its holdings in notes to the National Defense Authorization Act signed into law last year. Congress set a March 1 deadline but proponents of returning the shoreline to Tri-City control believe the release is imminent. File Tri-City Herald

Pentagon confirms Columbia shoreline report is under review

March 20, 2017 05:10 PM

UPDATED March 20, 2017 07:49 PM

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