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Updates provided on East Branch safety initiative

September 15, 2012

As part of the long-term East Branch Dam Safety Initiative project, lake personnel continue to work closely with staff from the Pittsburgh District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in overseeing the construction of a new cutoff wall inside the dam.
The $280 million project is in response to a safety issue related to potential internal erosion discovered in 2008, similar to a seepage issue encountered in 1957 which required the lowering of the lake for repairs. The multifaceted project has a completion date of 2017.
During a recent stakeholders' meeting, East Branch Park Manager Mike Setlock said staff is continuing to provide additional water to maintain downstream water quality and temperature along with real-time lake temperature.

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