Dam Spill Changed To April 8

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Communications Spokesperson Bob Gammer confirms the company will slightly open one of the gates at the facility to clear ice from one of the spillways.

An exact time hasn’t been determined, but he says it’s shouldn’t last for more than a few hours, and would be done during daylight hours.

The spill should see a discharge of about 12-thousand cubic feet per second, however, Gammer points out it will not impact the Peace Canyon Dam or the flow on the Peace River, itself.

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