Flood recovery efforts aren’t over in some parts of the city and they likely won’t be finished until 2010. But even with the delay, officials say the repairs will make the reservoir better and more user friendly.
Construction workers poured concrete at the Lakeside Marina site at the Jamestown Reservoir Tuesday. The hour-long project was conducted almost seven months after water spilled into Jamestown Reservoir’s
“glory hole” spillway last April.
Officials representing city and county government and other businesses and agencies with an interest in flood issues in Jamestown and Stutsman County heard from representative of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Wednesday.
“We are waiting for new lake level forecasts that should come out on Thursday,” said Tim Temeyer, chief of the water control and water quality section of the Corps. “But I don’t anticipate that they will change much from the previous forecasts.”
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