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Feb 14 2017
07:37 am

it worked fine until it had to be used, in which case it didn’t work so well,” said U.S. Rep. John Garamendi, D-Walnut Grove.

Sheesh.

Engineers have known for decades that if water ever spilled onto Lake Oroville’s unpaved auxiliary spillway, it would cause serious erosion
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California water districts that helped pay for Oroville resisted calls to armor the backup spillway, which would have required construction outlays in the tens of millions of dollars. Environmentalists, meanwhile, opposed an earlier proposal to install gates atop the structure to raise the dam’s elevation and prevent water from topping it during a flood.

Nearly 200,000 people have been evacuated.

working on plans to return residents, but could not predict how long it would take before they decided it was safe.

Can they be trusted to ensure it is safe to return?

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