US Army Corps of Engineers
Jacksonville District Website

Corps hosts public meeting Aug. 27 with update on Central Everglades Planning Project South Phase

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District
Published Aug. 19, 2020

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District, will host a virtual public meeting Aug. 27 to share information about progress on the Central Everglades Planning Project South (CEPP South) phase via webinar and teleconference.

The Webinar will run for two hours starting at 2 p.m.

The next Public Information meeting will be held Aug. 27, 2020, from 2-4 p.m. Due to continuing COVID-19 restrictions on public meetings, this will be held online only.

Registration is required before the meeting.

There are a few changes we are making to improve the flow of the meeting and avoid issues with speakers talking over each other or disturbing participants with background noise by leaving their phone lines open.

  • Online registration is required for all participants.
  • All lines except those who are scheduled to speak will be muted during the meeting.
  • This meeting will not include a public comment period, but any members of the public who have questions can enter them in the chat box during the webinar.  Those questions will be answered later on the Jacksonville District website at www.saj.usace.army.mil/CEPPSouth/. You can also find the answers to questions posed by the public during the February update meeting on that page.

Registration Instructions:

  1.  Visit this website: https://ems8.intellor.com?do=register&t=1&p=831839
  2.  Fill in all fields in the form marked with an asterisk. 
  3.  Hit the submit button and you will receive a separate email with the dial in number and information on how to join the webinar portion of the meeting.
  4. Do not share your individual dial-in or link with others. It is unique to your registration.

The CEPP project will set the foundation for restoring the central portion of the Everglades ecosystem redirect water that is currently sent to tide through the estuaries to the central Everglades, Everglades National Park and Florida Bay. CEPP is broken into three different sections, CEPP South, CEPP North, and CEPP New Water. CEPP South project is deigned to remove barriers to water flow in the southern portion of the project's footprint.


Contact
Jim Yocum
904-232-3914
James.A.Yocum@usace.army.mil

Release no. 20-071