The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have been mobilized to Two Rivers’ Lake Michigan Harbor, to begin work on repairing the south breakwater. Back in 2003, said structure was extended further into Lake Michigan to serve as a wave attenuating structure, and was essentially a rubble mound with a poured concrete cap/walkway, intended to help dissipate the energy of waves rolling into the harbor channel from Lake Michigan. Over the next week or so, the Corps will be placing small diameter stone along either side of the walkway at the outer end of the pier, to block off the sides of the void beneath the walkway. The Corps of Engineers added $500,000 was added to their work plan back in May to address the issue.