Federal government gives Cannon Falls residents a deadly warning

Officials say the Byllesby Dam needs a $6 million upgrade or it could have deadly consequences in the future, according to KSTP. Dakota County could be fined if the safety changes aren't made. A completion deadline has not been set.
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Officials say the Byllesby Dam needs a $6 million upgrade or it could have deadly consequences in the future, according to KSTP. Dakota County could be fined if the safety changes aren't made. A completion deadline has not been set.

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