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Corps takes charge of dam releases

March 21, 2013

Facing a forecast of a one-in-10 flood event, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers took over management of Lake Darling from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for flood control purposes Tuesday....

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Mar-22-13 12:46 AM

"IF" it floods this year,the city of Minot city council won't look so good, turning down $150 million from the feds in exchange to raise the flood plain a few feet....they would rather make us pay a one cent sales tax...Socialism for the rich , capitalism for the rest ! ! !

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Mar-21-13 5:44 PM

I wonder how that taking over of the dams in Canada is going over. I bet not good. Canada is such a caring neighbor

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Mar-21-13 12:26 PM

No one is talking about the amount of water the river in Minot can withstand. The river banks are still torn up from the 2011 flood. There is no way the water will be contained in some areas of the city if these aren't repaired before a possibly heavy spring melt. The clock is ticking people...hear it? The Minot Daily needs to look into this.

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Mar-21-13 9:53 AM

Mmmm....thin ice or a whole town washed away...tough decision

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Mar-21-13 9:29 AM

Drain the****Lake while you can. The heck with the fishing. What more important the fish or human life and property?

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Mar-21-13 7:27 AM

I hope it works out.

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