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Camden Maine dams
  • Published
    December 30, 2021

    Views diverge on dams, flooding, fish passage

    The costs to rebuild Montgomery Dam and maintain it over the next 50 years are estimated at $1.3 million. It would cost the same amount to remove the dam and open up fish passage by recreating a natural river channel through lower Harbor Park. Adding and maintaining fish passage to the Montgomery and upriver dams costs at least an additional million per dam. Grant funding is expected to lower lifetime costs for removal of Montgomery, Knox Mill and Knowlton Street dams and some fish passage options.

  • Published
    October 25, 2021

    Costs of dam, river studies, Montgomery dam repairs

    Information is now available on what the town of Camden has spent on feasibility studies for the Montgomery Dam and Meguntciook River, as well as historic maintenance costs for the dam.

  • Published
    October 20, 2021

    Citizens ask Board to set votes on Montgomery Dam

    A Camden resident and business owner tells the Select Board, removing Montgomery Dam is "a momentous decision," and the views of townspeople need to be heard.

  • Published
    October 19, 2021

    Lincolnville Board still waiting for dams meeting with Camden officials

    In 2019, the Lincolnville Select Board requested a joint meeting with the Camden Select Board about the East and West dams on the Megunticook River. The meeting never happened.

  • Published
    October 18, 2021

    Camden dams and river event sparks lots of conversation

    Camden town manager says feedback includes holding another event during the evening or on a weekend and better visual models to help explain proposed changes to Megunticook River dams.

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