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Gilboa dam work under way

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The agency that oversees New York City’s water supply is resuming flood control work on a key upstate dam. The city Department of Environmental Protection says a three-week project will install at least one of two planned “siphons,” steel pipes that will be used to draw water out of the Gilboa Dam reservoir. They’re part of a $400 million project to reinforce and modernize the dam on the Schoharie Creek in the Catskills 40 miles ...

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BWayman
December 1, 2012
9:20 p.m.

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That's good but will they use them!!!!!!

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