Dredging underway at DEEP Marine Headquarters in Old Lyme
Old Lyme — Workers with Patriot Marine LLC marine contractors are dredging the dock area at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Marine Headquarters on the Connecticut River.
The project includes removing 5,200 cubic yards of materials from the river bottom and replacement of all floating docks and related infrastructure at the site.
The tugboat Camdyn was pushing a barge of dredged materials south on the Connecticut River on Tuesday, bound for the central Long Island Sound dredging disposal site off New Haven.
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