What was once Upper Rockyford Lake, formed by damming Gills Creek at Overcreek Road, is now a meandering creek winding its way through a dry lakebed. The dam over Upper Rockyford Lake was destroyed during the October floods, and residents voted Tuesday to pay for repairs through higher property taxes.
What was once Upper Rockyford Lake, formed by damming Gills Creek at Overcreek Road, is now a meandering creek winding its way through a dry lakebed. The dam over Upper Rockyford Lake was destroyed during the October floods, and residents voted Tuesday to pay for repairs through higher property taxes. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
What was once Upper Rockyford Lake, formed by damming Gills Creek at Overcreek Road, is now a meandering creek winding its way through a dry lakebed. The dam over Upper Rockyford Lake was destroyed during the October floods, and residents voted Tuesday to pay for repairs through higher property taxes. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com

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