The hearing meeting of the US Army Corp of Engineers to the Water Resources and Environment Subcommittee will be broadcast live at the URL below on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 at 10 AM.
The meeting is in Washington DC. Witnesses presenting are listed as The Honorable Michael L. Connor, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works, Department of the Army and Lieutenant General Scott A. Spellmon, Chief of Engineers and Commanding General, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. LT GEN Spellman was briefed by North Atlantic Division on the issues with the greenway going through the OHV area. The Chief’s Reports list Fairfield & New Haven Counties, CT (Coastal Storm Risk Management).
The agenda doesn’t say anything about the OHV area specifically but it was originally brought up by Senator Blumenthal in conversation with the CT Coastal Management and the Senator asked three questions.
We’ll be listening in to see if anything is said about the Thomaston Dam OHV trails. You keep an ear out too!
The meeting will be broadcast online at the link below and YouTube.
During this hearing, members will receive testimony from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on the administration’s priorities for a new water resources development act for 2022. This hearing is also intended to provide members with an opportunity to review the 2021 Report to Congress on Future Water Resources Development and several reports of the Chief of Engineers on individual water resources projects that have been submitted to Congress for authorization. These reports and administration priorities will inform the committee in its development of a new WRDA, which the committee expects to develop and approve in 2022.
Well, nothing discussed live about the Greenway. However questions are being allowed to be submitted in writing for up to 15 days, I believe was the timeframe. We will have to keep an eye on written testimony somehow.
You’re right Scott. I have subscribed to the Subcommittee’s email list. Hopefully, we’ll be get apprised of any written testimony.
Please leave are very limited riding area’s alone