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New sensors in Beaver Creek Reservoir discussed in meeting

 

April 15, 2020

Havre Daily News/Jack Lambert

Dennis Burgard of M.E.T. Automation and Controls, from left, Beaver Creek Dam Manager Tim Herron, Jonathan Weaver of Great West Engineering and Pete Parsons of M.E.T. Automation and Controls survey the spillway of Beaver Creek Dam Tuesday during a meeting concerning placement of internet capable electronic water monitoring sensors in Beaver Creek Reservoir.

Hill County Commissioner Mark Peterson and representatives from Great West Engineering as well as M.E.T. Automation & Controls met in Beaver Creek Park to discuss putting new sensors in Beaver Creek Reservoir to help better manage water levels and provide data to people who may need it.

At the meeting, the group discussed the kind of sensors to install and what the potential costs of the project might be.

Peterson said things are still in the early planning stages and no solid plans have been implemented yet.

"These guys are just here to give us a jump start on what we think we need,...



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