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  • Extension given for marina dredging tests

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has given local businessman Duane Hagadone a 60-day extension to provide additional soil tests to show whether dredging the Blackwell Island Channel would release …


  • Blackwell plans being tossed

    Businessman Duane Hagadone is scrapping his $100 million plan to build condos, shops and offices on Blackwell Island and will greatly scale back plans to upgrade the existing marina. And …


  • CdA won’t annex island

    With Mayor Sandi Bloem casting the deciding vote, the Coeur d’Alene City Council on Tuesday rejected an annexation that developer Duane Hagadone needed for his proposed Blackwell Island development. “Essentially, …


  • Proposal pushes for Blackwell Island annexation

    In a surprise gesture Tuesday, Spokane developer John Stone offered to pay $100,000 and donate a marina slip for an emergency services boat – all as enticement for Coeur d’Alene …


  • In brief: Council to take up Blackwell Island

    The Coeur d’Alene City Council will reconsider the Blackwell Island annexation agreement tonight, after negotiators spent the last month fine-tuning the details. Under the revised agreement, businessman Duane Hagadone would …


  • Blackwell Island plan calls for more input

    H agadone Corp. proposes enlarging the Blackwell Island marina at Lake Coeur d’Alene’s outlet. Enormous volumes of excavated toxic bottom sediment would be stored at an unspecified repository, with the …


  • Annexation agreement reached

    Businessman Duane Hagadone has agreed to pay Coeur d’Alene $155,800 in annexation fees in addition to donating a boat slip at his proposed Blackwell Island marina. The Coeur d’Alene City …


  • Channel depths won’t be dredged

    Coeur d’Alene developer Duane Hagadone no longer plans to dredge the deepest part of the Blackwell Island channel, acknowledging the potential for releasing heavy metals into Lake Coeur d’Alene and …


  • Blackwell dredge plan still alive

    Coeur d’Alene businessman Duane Hagadone is still working on plans to dredge the Blackwell Island channel at the head of the Spokane River. He has told federal officials he will …


  • Hagadone withdraws dredging proposal

    Timing problems with state and federal agencies caused Duane Hagadone on Tuesday to withdraw his proposal to dredge Blackwell Island and expand the marina, but he is far from giving …


  • Dredging project faces new hurdle

    Duane Hagadone may have to do more tests to prove that dredging Blackwell Island won’t harm the environment. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers experts are reviewing soil samples and other …


  • Council OKs annexing Blackwell Island

    Blackwell Island is coming to town as the Coeur d’Alene City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to include the property in the city limits. Council members praised owner Duane Hagadone for …


  • DEQ lists rules for possible dredging

    The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality released Friday the conditions local businessman Duane Hagadone must meet to ensure that heavy metals aren’t released in Lake Coeur d’Alene and the Spokane …


  • Lack of water plan stalls Blackwell Island dredging

    The Idaho Department of Lands denied Duane Hagadone’s request to dredge Blackwell Island channel Tuesday because of insufficient details about the project’s impact on water quality and fish habitat. Hagadone …


  • Hagadone Corp. vows more water access

    The public would gain more access to Lake Coeur d’Alene and the Spokane River if Coeur d’Alene agrees to include part of Blackwell Island in its city limits, Hagadone Corp. …


  • Hagadone touts dredging plan

    Dredging the Blackwell Island channel will improve the environment by removing heavy metals and decreasing erosion, Hagadone Corp. officials told a state examiner Thursday night. “Nobody has more to lose …


  • Hearings on projects scheduled

    Tugboats will continue to haul logs on Lake Coeur d’Alene even though the fleet’s new owner is asking Coeur d’Alene to include the former Foss Maritime property and marina in …


  • Plans for Blackwell Island face regulatory hurdles

    Blackwell Island might become the latest waterfront place to live or work in Coeur d’Alene. Besides modernizing and expanding the current dilapidated marina, businessman Duane Hagadone wants to build a …


  • Marina expansion worries alliance

    Kootenai Environmental Alliance has concerns about Hagadone Hospitality’s proposed expansion of the Blackwell Island marina, which would include dredging the channel and adding 29 boat slips. Marina Yacht Club LLC, …


  • Hagadone revises marina plan

    Local businessman Duane Hagadone’s revised plans for dredging the channel west of Blackwell Island include about 164 fewer boat slips and more extensive studies to determine the potential for lake …


  • Hagadone withdraws dredging request

    Local businessman Duane Hagadone has agreed to withdraw his request to dredge the channel west of Blackwell Island until his company can provide more specific details of the plan to …


  • Soil may need to be capped

    Preliminary soil samples show that sediment in the Blackwell Island channel may have lead levels high enough to require the dirt to be capped so it’s not ingested by children …


  • Soil removal troubles officials

    Coeur d’Alene Parks Director Doug Eastwood was surprised recently to find a 25-foot hole where a city park is planned to serve residents of a new housing development off Atlas …


  • Editorial: Proceed cautiously on Blackwell plans

    It won’t be long until the transformation of Blackwell Island begins. For decades, the island at the confluence of Lake Coeur d’Alene and the Spokane River has been ill-treated or …


  • Dredging up worries

    Local businessman Duane Hagadone wants to dredge the channel west of Blackwell Island, making it wider and deeper, as part of a planned expansion for the Marina Yacht Club. Marina …


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