Change at Great Falls reduces downstr...

Change at Great Falls reduces downstream flooding in Woodland Park, Totowa

There are 1 comment on the NorthJersey.com story from Mar 22, 2013, titled Change at Great Falls reduces downstream flooding in Woodland Park, Totowa. In it, NorthJersey.com reports that:

Wooden boards that were designed to break away during high river flows have been removed from the top of this dam at the Great Falls in Paterson to lower the level of the river and reduce downstream flooding in Woodland Park and Totowa.

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Felis74

East Orange, NJ

#1 Mar 23, 2013
I'm sure that those two cities appreciate that! Now, how to ease the flooding in Paterson?!

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