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DAM HEARING: Public Input On Rebuilding

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The future of the defunct Lake Delhi dam could be decided Monday night.

Heavy rains in July of 2010 caused the dam to collapse, draining the 9-mile recreational lake.

The Delaware County Board of Supervisors is holding a public hearing to gain input on whether to authorize a loan of up to $3 million to help rebuild the dam. The loan would be paid for through property taxes.

The total cost to rebuild is estimated at $12 million.

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