Jul 06, 2004 — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Transport Canada are about halfway through a comprehensive study of the St. Lawrence Seaway system. The study group is holding a series of public meetings across the Great Lakes to get input from stakeholders. Officials expect a large crowd at the public meeting tonight at 6 pm in Clayton. To hear what people are saying in another part of the Great Lakes, we called a colleague from Minnesota Public Radio, Stephanie Hemphill. She attended last month's meeting in Duluth, where many shippers and ports rely on the Seaway. She sent us this story.