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Public invited to submit final questions as North Fork Dam improvement nears completion

   In a continued effort to prevent significant damage in the event of a natural disaster (flood or earthquake), and to meet the regulatory standards and design requirements set by North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality Dam Safety Division, the City of Asheville, in conjunction with consultants from Schnabel Engineering, identified and implemented proactive improvement measures [...]

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Take time to evaluate your flooding risk and incorporate measures to lessen potential impact

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