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Charles B. Barton

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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The Horinko Group Newsletter: March 2011

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Charles Barton, Chief, UMR District Support Team (MVD), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers


Stars and Stripes News

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The Bartons looked forward to a new chapter in their lives ­Saturday as Carl Barton celebrated his retirement with a ceremony at Firestone Country Club in Akron and surprised attendees with the announcement that his ­eldest son, Dakota, will be following in his footsteps and joining the U.S. Army.


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Other EMP-CC representatives present were Charles Barton (USACE), Mike Jawson (USGS), Dan Stephenson (IL DNR) on behalf of Rick Mollahan, Kirk Hanson (IA DNR) on behalf of Diane Ford, Tim Schlagenhaft (MN DNR), Janet Sternburg (MO DoC), and Jim Fischer (WI DNR).
Charles Barton urged that USEPA be invited to participate on the review group, noting the importance of being inclusive to all program partners. Charles Barton said he will work with USACE planning staff to explore options for streamlining small projects. Barton suggested that partners initiate planning at least six months in advance of the meeting to provide sufficient time for coordinating with the state agency leaders. Barton replied that it would not, distinguishing between conservation measures like controlled burns and active restoration measures. In response to a comment from Plumley, Barton said all real estate interests must be acquired from willing sellers, noting that eminent domain is not an option under UMRR-EMP. Charles Barton U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, MVD


EMP-CC 8-4-2010 quarterly meeting minutes

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Charles Barton of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers called the meeting to order at 8:02 a.m. on August 4, 2010.
Charles Barton expressed MVD's commitment to submitting the 2010 RTC to Corps Headquarters in December, but acknowledged that the report will not reach Congress by the end of this year. Charles Barton said the Corps will present more detailed information on these new internal and external review requirements and cost estimation procedures, including their implications for study time and cost, at the November 17 EMP-CC/NECC meeting. In response to a question from Sternburg, Hubbell said he is not aware that any UMR Districts' models used in plan formulation have been identified to require significant changes. However, he said the Corps is now required to provide more detailed documentation on the models. In response to a question from Jim Fischer, Barton clarified that the new requirements apply to all Corps construction projects, including all planning, engineering, and operation and maintenance products. In response to a request by Kevin Foerster, Hubbell said Corps staff will compile and distribute a comprehensive membership list of the various UMRS technical and management teams, product delivery teams, etc. In response to a suggestion by Barry Johnson, Charles Barton said the Corps will provide this contact list on its website. Charles Barton U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, MVD


5-10-10 EMP-CC Minutes

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Other EMP-CC representatives present were Charles Barton (USACE), Mike Jawson (USGS), Rick Mollahan (IL DNR), Bernie Hoyer (IA DNR), Kevin Stauffer (MN DNR), Janet Sternburg (MO DoC), Jim Fischer (WI DNR), and Bill Franz (US EPA).
Charles Barton agreed that the ad hoc group should draft separate charters for the two bodies, and suggested that the group consider expanding its composition to include another EMP-CC representative in addition to the two members already serving on the group. He also observed that there will be sufficient preparation time in the event of a future transition and advised the ad hoc group to focus on EMP's current needs. Charles Barton U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, MVD


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