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$1 million dredging project will begin this fall

Floating barges will be used to remove silt from Lakeside Park lagoons

2:11 PM, Oct. 8, 2013
What look like lush green fairways at a golf course in this aerial photo are actually the lagoons at Lakeside Park in Fond du Lac last week. A nearly $1 million dredging project to remove silt and sediment from the lagoons is expected to get underway later this fall.
What look like lush green fairways at a golf course in this aerial photo are actually the lagoons at Lakeside Park in Fond du Lac last week. A nearly $1 million dredging project to remove silt and sediment from the lagoons is expected to get underway later this fall.
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A northern Wisconsin company will use a floating barge to dredge the silt-filled Lakeside Park lagoons.

PCi Sediment Removal and Dredging Services of Minocqua bid $954,560 on the project to remove excess silt and deepen the lagoons using a "hydraulic" removal method.

Other work related to the project will drive the cost over $1 million, city officials said. ...

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