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Charles MacIntosh

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Assistant Chief, Planning Divisio...

Local Address: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Army Corps
215 Forward Support Battalion Battalion & 74Th Street
Fort Hood, Texas 76544
United States

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Background

Employment History

  • Assistant Chief, Planning Division
    US Army Corps of Engineers
  • Special Studies Chief In the Philadelphia Office
    US Army Corps of Engineers
Web References
CourierPostOnline - South Jersey's Web Site
www.courierpostonline.com, 2 Feb 2006 [cached]
If the levees were to fail, about 400 to 500 properties would be immediately affected, as well as nearby rail lines, Interstate 295, petrochemical plants such as DuPont and Valero Energy, and a Superfund site on the Hercules Inc. property, said Chuck MacIntosh, special studies chief in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Philadelphia office.Saltwater would also intrude on water supplies.
"It's not just hurricanes," he said."You can also get major rain events that happen as far north as New York that create another type of incidental flooding."
Since the county hosted a levee summit in late September, the corps funded $60,000 of emergency repairs to the southernmost floodgate, which is near the Greenwich-Logan border, MacIntosh said.It also inspected the interior dikes, which are in some ways worse than the large levee, and issued a report about their condition to the county.A study to investigate the full extent of the levee's problems and exactly how many properties would be affected by its failure hasn't started because the project doesn't yet have a local sponsor, which would be responsible for half the study's cost, he said.
"This is the first step to ...
www.phillyburbs.com, 29 July 2007 [cached]
"This is the first step to really figure out what's happening out there," said Chuck MacIntosh, the assistant chief of the planning division of the Army Corps in Philadelphia.The engineers would have to scale back plans if the Senate reduces the funding levels, he said.
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The finished map would go into more detail than maps being updated by the Federal Emergency Manage-ment Agency and could not be used for insurance purposes unless adopted by FEMA, MacIntosh said.
Once the existing conditions are defined, MacIntosh said, the Army Corps can talk to municipalities about potential flood reduction projects, regulations, modifications to streams or even acquisition and elevation of property.
SRA News & Issues: News Briefs
www.suburbanrealtorsalliance.com, 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
Chuck MacIntosh, spokesman for the Army Corps of Engineers, estimated that the total cost to create a channel from the Delaware River into the cove was about $1.5 million, half of which the federal government would cover.
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