The trail on the Council Bluffs side of the Missouri River, starting at the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge and running toward 25th Street, is closed now through March 30.
Cunningham Lake has been closed since 2018 for eradication of the zebra mussel as part of the redevelopment project.
About three-fourths of the Missouri River watershed is in drought or near drought. And runoff was below normal February through April. Last month, runoff was 44% of normal.
Federal officials who manage water levels on the Missouri River are advising utilities, cities and others to prepare for potential water scarcity because of the ongoing drought.
A federal judge has ruled that the government must pay landowners along the lower Missouri River for flooding their property to protect endangered species.
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The Army Corps of Engineers is reducing the Missouri River water level and is bidding a needed flood-control project.
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The corps said in a statement Sunday that it “is seeking a peaceful and orderly transition to a safer location.”
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Four Nebraska Native American tribes adopted the fight against the Dakota Access pipeline as their own Thursday, arguing that the oil pipeline set to run from North Dakota to Illinois endangers their water and the Missouri River itself.
The makeshift levee is intended to keep floodwater from pouring across South Folsom Street and into the Lincoln Industries campus, the Lincoln Journal Star reported.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Missouri River water management office announced increased releases recently from Gavins Point Dam.
Robert Livesey survived World War II and, according to news reports, the sinking of the ship he was serving aboard in the Solomon Islands before returning to Omaha and a long career in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Tuesday that the increased runoff was expected. May’s runoff was about 130 percent of normal.