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  • Oroville Dam: Watch crews fill the void between spillway chutes (Aug. 24, 2017)

    Crews working to repair the Oroville Dan spillways worked this week placing roller-compacted concrete in between the upper and lower chutes of the Lake Oroville flood control spillway. Workers also put forms in place to begin pouring concrete for spillway walls soon.

Crews working to repair the Oroville Dan spillways worked this week placing roller-compacted concrete in between the upper and lower chutes of the Lake Oroville flood control spillway. Workers also put forms in place to begin pouring concrete for spillway walls soon. California Department of Water Resources
Crews working to repair the Oroville Dan spillways worked this week placing roller-compacted concrete in between the upper and lower chutes of the Lake Oroville flood control spillway. Workers also put forms in place to begin pouring concrete for spillway walls soon. California Department of Water Resources

Those green, wet spots on Oroville Dam aren’t worrisome, state insists

August 30, 2017 2:47 PM

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