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Hydraulic Capacity



   

Moreno Cardenas: Northeast Chanel 2 Improvements for El Paso Water

 

A catastrophic storm in 2006 caused $315 million in losses to businesses, homes, and the existing storm water system. This initiated a multi-year phased plan of city-wide flood improvements; one being the construction of the Northeast Channel No. 2. This 3.5 mile long and $12 million conveyance project provided significant hydraulic capacity and resulted in FEMA approving the project’s LOMR/PMR applications which were based on extensive H&H modeling. FEMA’s FIRM panels for the impacted areas were revised reducing the effective flood

 

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