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  • PN 15-29 (Brushville Lake Dam Project) - Susquehanna County

    Expiration date: 5/5/2015

    PN15-29 - Comment period May 6, 2015 to June 5, 2015 DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this public notice is to reconstruct Brushville Lake Dam by installing/constructing: (1) an earthen dam with a clay core; (2) a reinforced concrete spillway; (3) a 24 inches x 36 inches concrete culvert box with gate valve; (4) rip rap protection; (5) multiple deep pool areas within the original impoundment area for the creation of aquatic habitat and a deep pool for diving; and (6) the creation of two islands within the lake area. POC: Ms. Brittany Seguin @

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