A 2005 Bee graphic shows the Oroville Dam and its two spillways.
A 2005 Bee graphic shows the Oroville Dam and its two spillways. Nathaniel Levine nlevine@sacbee.com
A 2005 Bee graphic shows the Oroville Dam and its two spillways. Nathaniel Levine nlevine@sacbee.com

Spillway threat asserted: A state agency seeks relicensing to run Oroville Dam, but a challenge sees design flaws.

February 13, 2017 01:33 PM

UPDATED February 14, 2017 08:29 AM

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  • The problem at Rollins Dam in Nevada County

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