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Tag: Pennsylvania
  • PN 09-07 Curwensville Lake Project, Clearfield County, Pa.

    Expiration date: 9/9/2015

    The Baltimore District is examining ways to more effectively use water supply storage owned by the Susquehanna River Basin Commission at Curwensville Lake through modifications to the current water release operations plan. This investigation is at the request of the SRBC. Modified releases could help offset downstream consumptive water use during dry years and support stream ecosystem flow needs as determined by The Nature Conservancy.

  • PN14-30 Borough of Hyndman Flood Protection - Phase 2

    Expiration date: 6/4/2014

    PN14-30 Comment period May 20, 2014 to June 4, 2014. DESCRIPTION: The project is to repair an existing concrete levee system in Wills Creek and improve flow of the waterway through the town of Hyndman within the flood control area. The proposed repair of the damaged flood control levee includes: 1) the placement of rip rap rock at the foundation of the existing levee; and 2) installation of grade control reinforced concrete cross-vane structures within the stream channel which will serve to stabilize the channel and prevent scour of the stream bed. POC: Deborah Nizer @ 410-962-6085 or by email

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