Maine Dams Under Scrutiny After Fish Die-Offs

Portland Press Herald: The federal government is recommending improvements to two dams on a Maine river to try to cut down fish die-offs and other problems in the areas.

The Union River has also suffered from large swings in water levels around Graham Lake. The Bangor Daily News reports the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is making several recommendations about the dams.

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