Schutze and Merten are at Dallas City Hall at this very moment, where the city council has been briefed in private concerning the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Periodic Inspection Report of the Trinity River floodway. It's a massive document consisting of not only the 66-page report, but also 21 other appendices, maps and attachments. To get you jump-started on Schutze and Merten's assessment, here's the main report in full. We'll return shortly with much, much more.CORP OF ENGINEERS PERIODIC INSPECTION REPORT DALLAS FLOODWAY TRINITY RIVER
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