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English: This Hurricane Sandy resilience project removes the Centreville Dam in Centreville, Maryland, providing 2 miles of unimpeded passage for river herring and American eel to two miles of spawning habitat in Gravel Run, a tributary of the Corsica River. A local municipal building, evacuated several times in floods, will be protected from future flooding.
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