Harbor deepening impact on lake flows

April 11, 2013

A U-S Army Corps of Engineers’ official responding to concerns of lakefront homeowners says the deepening of Savannah, Georgia’s harbor will have no impact on outflows from the reservoir system. None, according to Billy Birdwell, senior public affairs specialist. Birdwell says, “The harbor itself will always have sufficient volumes of water to float commercial shipping since the harbor is subject to ocean tides.” March rainfall across the reservoir system fell below average, but summer predictions are promising.

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