Post-flood repairs to Missouri River levees winding down

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Posted: Monday, February 4, 2013 12:00 am

Repairs totaling more than $180 million to Missouri River levees battered by the historic 2011 flooding are beginning to wind down, but critics are complaining the work took too long.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently awarded its final levee repair contract, worth $31,000, and a contractor has started work on the Overton-Wooldridge Levee District No. 1 in central Missouri's Cooper and Moniteau Counties. Officials anticipate that repairs to it and other levees along the 2,341-mile river will wrap up this spring.

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