Flood Thread Reduction Effort Continues
(March 13, 2019) — Flood threat reduction involves maintenance to clear tree stumps from the creek that winds its way through our community. Two enormous tree stumps that became a major obstacle in Indian Run as a result of the Summer 2018 flooding have been removed as part of the Board’s ongoing effort to remove snags and obstacles that could cause future flooding. The Cacapon South board thanks member Harry Weiss for his oversight and dogged pursuit of getting this accomplished.
Clockwise from upper left: Original debris in the creek, large double stump cut, stumps removed from the creek bed, and debris loaded on the truck for transport.