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The temporary dam above the works site at Fair-a-Far was washed away in a high water event a couple weeks ago.  This resulted in the flooding of the construction site.  However, the dam has now been rebuilt, the water pumped out of the works site and building has resumed.

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Check out the time lapse of the dewatering below.

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The main body of the pass is now scheduled for completion in about 4 weeks.  Stay tuned for updates or come down to Cramond Falls cafe between 11 and 12 on a Friday morning to talk to one of the RiverLife team.

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