Flooding water came within 5 feet of a home during October 2016 rainfall in Spring Township. Work done under the Emergency Watershed Protection Program rebuilt the stream bank and removed sediment deposits.
Flooding water came within 5 feet of a home during October 2016 rainfall in Spring Township. Work done under the Emergency Watershed Protection Program rebuilt the stream bank and removed sediment deposits. Photo provided
Flooding water came within 5 feet of a home during October 2016 rainfall in Spring Township. Work done under the Emergency Watershed Protection Program rebuilt the stream bank and removed sediment deposits. Photo provided

Work completed on 3 sites damaged by last year’s flooding

October 10, 2017 07:47 PM

UPDATED October 11, 2017 11:11 PM

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