Crumbled remains of the Cary Lake Dam after the 2015 floods topped the dam, eating away at its earthen sides and collapsing the road on top of it.
Crumbled remains of the Cary Lake Dam after the 2015 floods topped the dam, eating away at its earthen sides and collapsing the road on top of it. Richard Shiro AP
Crumbled remains of the Cary Lake Dam after the 2015 floods topped the dam, eating away at its earthen sides and collapsing the road on top of it. Richard Shiro AP

Letters: Better dams alone won’t fix problems

October 09, 2016 6:05 PM