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property in harm’s way should the dams fail. The regulations establish timetables and deadlines for inspecting and repairing dams, particularly those that pose risks to the public. And they are going into effect at the same time that the DEM has intensified its efforts to track down owners of dams that have fallen into disrepair or appear to be abandoned. S o u r c e : h t t p : / / w w w . p r o j o . c o m / n e w s / c o n t e n t / d a m s _ 0 1 - 0 7 08_068GC99_v11.2509c5c.html -

30. January 5, Lansing State Journal – (Michigan) Report reveals cracks, concrete damage along North Lansing Dam. In 2009, the Grand River will be lowered to patch the aging North Lansing Dam. Minor cracks and small portions of crumbling concrete were discovered this past summer during an inspection. The resulting report, which reveals no significant problems, was submitted to the state on December 28. The report shows minor cracking, scouring, and weathering of the concrete along the 233-foot-long dam and some of its associated structures. Repairs do not need to be made immediately. The half-inch-thick report by Stantec Consulting Michigan of Ann Arbor suggests some fixes can wait up to four years. Source: http://www.lsj.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080105/NEWS01/801050330/1001/ne ws

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