1990, the Corps dredged a 34-foot deep, 350-foot

wide, 1.75 mile channel to Tongue Point based on
the speculation that the facility would be used.
?Today, there still is not a user for that site,?
she said.
Huhtala said CDOG had concerns other than those
addressed by Hicks, such as toxic waste on the
floor of Portland?s harbor, radioactive materials
in the Columbia River that could be stirred up
with the dredging operation and the turbidity
caused by blasting and dredging.
Carl Erickson, hydraulic engineer for the Corps,
said it had

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