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In Years Past

January 16, 2013
The Post-Journal

In 1913, Jamestown City Engineer Clyde G. Jones had made further investigation of the conditions of the Chadakoin River at the boatlanding in regard to the relief of flood conditions and he would doubtless soon report to the persons interested. Jones said that in order to accomplish any tangible results in the way of lowering the water of the outlet and lake, it would be necessary to dredge from the boatlanding bridge to the Erie Railroad bridge and possibly further. And when this dredging was completed it would be necessary to remove the slash boards from the Warner dam. Removing the slash boards without dredging would not help any, he said.

 
 
 

 

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