At that time, the US Army Corps of Engineers was contacted,and they put in three large boulders in the lake behind 3 areas: near 6301 N. Sheridan, 6101 N. Sheridan, 5959 N. Sheridan as well as large rocks along other areas near some of the buildings.
In early June, Gary Davis, ASCO Vice-President, contacted the Army Corps of Engineers, and Sandy Chaet, ASCO President contacted our State and local officials.To our understanding, there is a meeting scheduled in early September for local, State and Federal elected officials, the US Army Corps of Engineers, the Chicago Park District, and City Departments for purposes of understanding the situation and how it can be addressed for both near- term and for the future. Alderman Osterman will meet with the ASCO Board to provide an update on where things stand.
The Park District, City of Chicago, and the US Army Corps Engineers are currently working in partnership to develop a shoreline study of the entire 18-mile stretch of Chicago’s lakefront. It will provide an assessment of the condition of the lakefront and existing shoreline protection: identify near-term and long-term sustainable strategies to address erosion and storm damage; and identify partnerships and resources to implement long-term, sustainable improvements to protect our lakefront. To gather this information, the Park District has sent drones along the lakefront to photograph conditions which began on Tuesday, August 20th and will continue through Friday, August 30th.
ASCO will continue to provide information as it becomes available.
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