The four-year, $1 million study on Kansas River erosion was expected to be released soon with a recommendation that federal engineers do nothing to stabilize the problem, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers official said. He was David Day, chief of project formulation at the district corps headquarters in Kansas City. He said the corps could not find a feasible way to stop the erosion of the river banks and that there would not be enough money either to study the matter further or deal with the erosion.
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March 10, 2006