Consultant to study drop structures

The city has contracted with a consultant to review the drop structures placed in the river to evaluate their status and receive proposals for possible design solutions.

The agreement, which will cost the city $12,700, was approved last week by the Green River City Council with S2O Design and Engineering.

Speaking to the Council last week, Brad Raney, director of the city’s Parks and Recreation Department, said there are a number of known issues with the drop structures, including washouts near the structures. He said water isn’t being diverted as initially planned, with Raney’s goal...

 

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