Steals?Coyote Dam (or Coyote Valley Dam) is an earthen dam 164 ft (50 m) high, 3,532 ft (1,077 m) long, and 20 ft (6 m) wide, with a total volume of 6,150,000 cu yd (4,700,000 m3). It was built as a flood control project by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Completed in 1959, it sits across the East Fork of the Russian River, which is the primary source of inflow to the lake. The dam offers public access by foot.
Get that you moron, "It was built as a flood control project by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers".
And the primary source of water for the East Fork of the Russian River is water PG&E stesls from the Eel River at Van Arsdale Reservoir..
Steals from the Eel?