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Nicomekl, Serpentine sea-dam cracks targeted

Work to fix and seal cracks in the concrete South Surrey sea dam that controls the Nicomekl River is underway. - Gord Goble
Work to fix and seal cracks in the concrete South Surrey sea dam that controls the Nicomekl River is underway.
— image credit: Gord Goble

Work to fix and seal cracks in the concrete South Surrey sea dam that controls the Nicomekl River is underway.

The repairs – along with those to the Serpentine sea dam at 4650 King George Blvd. – are to be complete by Sept. 13.

 

 

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