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February 4, 2014

Corps says there are no issues with safety of Wolf Creek Dam

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Jamestown —

Andrews doesn’t expect it will take a long, drawn-out period to come up with an answer to save the endangered darter from a higher lake. He said U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has a maximum of 135 days to resolve the problem from the time it receives a biological assessment from the Corps. 
“We expect to receive the assessment as early as this week,” he said last week. “That means at the maximum we will be done by June.” However, he added: “We expect to have it done well in advance of that.”

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