We’ve been very, very scared about the amount of water that’s been coming over, afraid of breach, possibility.
They’re jumping the gun, they really are. There’s a lot more to this than just opening the reservoir and turning it back to a natural stream, which it hasn’t been a natural stream. It’s no...
They let this go. They got it to a point where they’d rather just see it breach on its own and damage or take lives. I just don’t know what to say about the state.
We went through two governors already, and now we’re working on the third one.
It does get blocked, and if we don’t go over there and move debris from it, we have to deal with it because nobody else is gonna do it.
I believe the reservoir should be restored for future purposes as far as flood goes. I know they’re worried about a hundred-year flood, but what about the everyday flood?
The dam isn’t the problem, it’s the maintenance that’s the problem. The state has abandoned this reservoir since maybe 8, going on 9 years now.
We did our phone tree calls to our neighbors to give them the report — it’s coming over.
Right now, at least they’re doing the cleanup. That’s very necessary. They’re pulling out the tree from the sinkhole.
Lately we’ve been having so much rain and everything so saturated, that the ground really cannot handle anymore so the only outlet is on the surface.
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