Public meetings are being scheduled in Grantsville, Glenville and Elizabeth to discuss flooding problems, restoration opportunities and other water resource problems in the Little Kanawha Basin, according to Randy Campbell of the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers in Huntington.

The group is conducting the "Little Kanawha River Basin Reconnaissance Study," which is seeking public input regarding community flooding problems and possible environmental restoration opportunities along the Little Kanawha River.

The Corps of Engineers say "Let us know where your problem areas are."

September 9 (6-9 p.m.) Glenville, Gilmer Courthouse

September 10 (6-9 p.m.) Grantsville, Calhoun Courthouse

September 12 (6-9 p.m.) Elizabeth, Wirt Courthouse

If you cannot attend one of the meetings, you can voice your concerns to Randy Campbell, US Army Corps of Engineers, 502-8th St., Huntington WV 25701 (304-529-5638)

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