The $142 million Schoharie Reservoir Project in Gilboa, New York – which is expected to be complete in the year 2020 – includes the construction of an intake structure at the bottom of Schoharie Reservoir, more than 2,000 feet of subsurface tunnels, and a valve chamber along Schoharie Creek. Once completed, the tunnel and valves will provide New York City’s Department of Environmental Protection with the capability to release water from the reservoir into Schoharie Creek to facilitate dam maintenance, respond to potential emergencies, mitigate flood risk for downstream communities, and enhance downstream habitats for fish and wildlife.

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