Thursday, October 14, 2010

Acting On Argo

Ann Arbor city staff will present a plan to the Park Advisory Commission on Tuesday, recommending reconstruction of the Argo Dam headrace and earthen embankment. The nearly $1 million project would alleviate the state's concerns about the dam's safety and improve conditions for kayakers and canoeists, city officials say. The redesign would get rid of a portage at the end of the headrace, which means river users no longer would have to lift their canoes and kayaks out of the water and carry them down to another launching point. Read the story here.

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