The team effort that saved a Columbia (SC) dam

In 2010, homeowners spent an estimated $50,000 to repair the riser, which allows residents to lower the water.  “Everyone thought it was a 30-, 40-year fix,” said Lehman, managing partner of the Nelson Mullins law firm and a board member of the Beaver Dam Lake homeowners association, which owns the dam. “We thought this was a dam in good shape.”    Read the article…………


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