Public hearing Tuesday for Revere Dock LLC restoration plan at collapse site along Detroit River
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 12, 2020
Nick Assendelft, Public Information Officer, AssendelftN@Michigan.gov, 517-388-3135
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy has scheduled an online public hearing for Tuesday on a proposal by Revere Dock LLC to perform shoreline work connected to a dock collapse and bank failure into the Detroit River last November.
Revere proposes to remove material deposited in the river from the collapse as well as river sediments and dispose of them at a licensed disposal facility. The company also is proposing building an approximately 600-foot-long steel sea wall to replace the existing pile-supported concrete dock at the site.
The plan also outlines plans for ways to control erosion, sedimentation and turbidity in the water during construction to comply with any local, state and federal regulations that apply to the restoration project.
- Who: Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy, Water Resources Division.
- What: Public hearing on Revere Dock LLC Detroit River dock collapse restoration plan.
- When: 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 16.
- How: Online using GoToMeeting or by phone at (562) 247-8422 and using access code 642-411-906. Pre-registration is not required to attend the hearing.
Individuals interested in participating can click the hearing link at the start of the event. If you’d like to remain anonymous, you can click on the hearing link at the start of the event and enter first name and last name initial. If you do not want to enter your email address, enter EGLEMeeting@Michigan.gov in the email field.
A copy of Revere’s river bank restoration plan is posted in the “Documents” section of the Dock Collapse into Detroit River webpage.