A pair of ducks rests on a log off a naturalized stretch of the Columbia River shoreline at the Port of Pasco’s Osprey Point on Thursday afternoon. Levies that block views and access to the Columbia River on the Benton County side of the river are visible in the distance. The port commission has joined a growing chorus calling on Congress to transfer control of the shoreline to local agencies from the Army Corps of Engineers.
A pair of ducks rests on a log off a naturalized stretch of the Columbia River shoreline at the Port of Pasco’s Osprey Point on Thursday afternoon. Levies that block views and access to the Columbia River on the Benton County side of the river are visible in the distance. The port commission has joined a growing chorus calling on Congress to transfer control of the shoreline to local agencies from the Army Corps of Engineers. Wendy Culverwell Tri-City Herald
A pair of ducks rests on a log off a naturalized stretch of the Columbia River shoreline at the Port of Pasco’s Osprey Point on Thursday afternoon. Levies that block views and access to the Columbia River on the Benton County side of the river are visible in the distance. The port commission has joined a growing chorus calling on Congress to transfer control of the shoreline to local agencies from the Army Corps of Engineers. Wendy Culverwell Tri-City Herald

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Columbia River local control movement rolls on

April 14, 2016 3:47 PM

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