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Icing up

Maitland Conservation issued a watershed conditions safety statement after mild temperatures and heavy rainfall on Feb. 4 raised levels in local streams and rivers. Flows were expected to remain high until later in the week. The authority also warned of the potential for ice jams, primarily in the lower Maitland River, although ice was collecting near the Elora Street bridge in downtown Harriston Tuesday morning. The conservation authority is also reminding watershed residents to stay away from creeks, rivers and other watercourses.   Photo by Patrick Raftis

Icing up

February 8, 2019


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