$2.2 Million Flood Control Project Slated to Begin in Brockway

BROCKWAY, Pa. (EYT) – A $2.2 million project that will improve flood control in the Brockway area is set to begin at the end of September.

Adam Paul, of the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), provided an overview of the project at Thursday evening’s Brockway Borough Council Meeting.

According to Paul, surveyors have been examining the levees and a contract for the work has been awarded to HRI, Inc. out of Williamsport, Pa.

A levee along Toby Creek in Brockway is set to receive new pipes and other improvements starting in late September as part of the flood control project.


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