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    In this video posted June 28, 2017, excavators this week continue to bring down the remaining walls on the lower portion of the Oroville Dam spillway’s upper chute. Demolition of the 1,400-foot lower chute is nearly complete. In February, damage to the sp

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He oversaw dam safety as problems lurked at Oroville. Should he be advising state?

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