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Using Ingenuity

The dredge vessel Ingenuity set up Monday near the Front Street-Brashear Avenue gates in the Morgan City flood wall, continuing its work of moving sediment away from the east side of Berwick Bay and lending a hand to riverside businesses that rely on access to the water. The Ingenuity, owned by Inland Dredging of Dyersburg, Tennessee, has spent the last few weeks in the Atchafalaya under a contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

The Daily Review/Bill Decker

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