Month: May 2018

Army Corps of Engineers increasing water outflow

Army Corps of Engineers increasing water outflow

May 15, 2018- Due to a large amount of rain in the county over the weekend, the Kinzua Dam is increasing outflow over the next couple of days.  The outflow began to increase Monday morning at 9 a.m. and would continue until around 3 p.m.  The river level increased from 3,000 CFS (cubic feet per second) to 10,000 CFS.  One CFS is almost the volume of a basketball.  The water level is to continue for the next few days with the level possibly reaching 13,000 CFS.

Milling Starting Thursday (May 10) in the City

Milling Starting Thursday (May 10) in the City

Watch for roads to be closed around the city starting May 10.  According to Director of Public Works, Mike Holtz, the project will see 12 city streets milled and repaved.  The streets to be milled and paved are: Henry Street, Seventh Ave., East Street, Home Street, Glade Avenue, Division Street, Prospect Street, Buchanan Street, Hertzel Street, Carver Street, some of Irvine Street and Liberty Street.  The project is to wrap up on May 21.

Information from the Warren Times Observer.

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