Work continued removing Mill Pond dam and motivate its impounded sediments downstream.
The timber crib and concrete dams continued to be removed, with water levels dropping more than 30 feet (Photo 1). An access road was maintained down to the dam for the removal of demolished materials from the log crib and timber dams (Photo 2). Concrete was trucked from the site and timber and fill from the log crib dam was saved for reuse on-site. Cobble and topsoil was harvested from the delta and moved to upland stockpiles (Photo 3). Water was released from Sullivan Lake Reservoir and redirected through the delta, using dikes and dug channels, to move sediment downstream (Photo 4 & 5). Portions of the final floodplain was graded by machine (Photo 6). All floating equipment was removed from the pond and the crane was demobilized from the site.