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Sutter Butte Flood Control Agency (SBFCA) will host a community meeting to share information about how the west Feather River levee fared during recent storm events and the Oroville Spillway incident.

Specifically, SBFCA representatives will cover:

-          Emergency repairs and plans (recent and near-term future)

-          Feather River West Levee Project – planned 2017/18 construction

-          Funding update (state, federal and local)

WHEN:            6:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 17

Veteran’s Hall; 1425 Veteran’s Memorial Circle, Yuba City

WHY:               In June 2010, property owners in Sutter and Butte Counties approved a property assessment to pay the local cost share for major repairs to 44 miles of levees along the west bank of the Feather River.

To date, approximately 37 miles of levee has been repaired from Thermalito Afterbay to just south of Yuba City.

Recent storm events, the Oroville spillway issue, and fluctuation in river flows have tested the strength of repaired levee segments and intensified the need for critical levee repairs in Yuba City, south of Star Bend and along the Sutter Bypass.

While repaired levees performed as expected, $5 million in emergency repairs were constructed to mitigate boils and seepage in portions of levee that have yet to be repaired south of Yuba City. More significant fixes are needed for critically at-risk segments of the levee, in addition to planned work on the levee along Laurel Avenue and within the Oroville Wildlife Area.

For more information, visit SBFCA’s website at www.sutterbutteflood.org, or call the hotline at (530) 870-4425.

 

 

 

 

 

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