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Excess Cat Island money could help with Renard project

7:08 AM, Jan. 29, 2013
Workers from Peters Concrete build a wave barrier as part of the Cat Island Chain restoration project last summer.
Workers from Peters Concrete build a wave barrier as part of the Cat Island Chain restoration project last summer.
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With restoration work running under budget and ahead of schedule on the Cat Island chain, officials are hoping that they'll be able to put some of their savings toward another project in the lower bay of Green Bay.

Favorable weather and lower-than estimated materials costs have enabled construction crews to be about 25 percent ahead of schedule on work to restore the Cat Island chain, a group of three bay islands southeast of Lineville Road.

The project was originally expected to cost $34 million, but estimates have repeatedly been reduced to about half that amount, said Dean Haen, Brown ...

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