Southampton Village Opens Lake Agawam Drain Pipe To Lower Water Levels - 27 East

Southampton Village Opens Lake Agawam Drain Pipe To Lower Water Levels

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A drainage pipe from Agawam Lake has been opened on Gin Beach in Southampton Village in order to lower the lake's water level in advance of rain from Hurricane Dorian.   DANA SHAW

A drainage pipe from Agawam Lake has been opened on Gin Beach in Southampton Village in order to lower the lake's water level in advance of rain from Hurricane Dorian. DANA SHAW

A drainage pipe from Agawam Lake has been opened on Gin Beach in Southampton Village in order to lower the lake's water level in advance of rain from Hurricane Dorian.   DANA SHAW

A drainage pipe from Agawam Lake has been opened on Gin Beach in Southampton Village in order to lower the lake's water level in advance of rain from Hurricane Dorian. DANA SHAW

A drainage pipe from Agawam Lake has been opened on Gin Beach in Southampton Village in order to lower the lake's water level in advance of rain from Hurricane Dorian.   DANA SHAW

A drainage pipe from Agawam Lake has been opened on Gin Beach in Southampton Village in order to lower the lake's water level in advance of rain from Hurricane Dorian. DANA SHAW

A drainage pipe from Agawam Lake has been opened on Gin Beach in Southampton Village in order to lower the lake's water level in advance of rain from Hurricane Dorian.   DANA SHAW

A drainage pipe from Agawam Lake has been opened on Gin Beach in Southampton Village in order to lower the lake's water level in advance of rain from Hurricane Dorian. DANA SHAW

authorGreg Wehner on Sep 5, 2019
Southampton Village officials opened a drain pipe between Lake Agawam and the Atlantic Ocean on Wednesday to allow water levels in the lake to lower before anticipated heavy rains from... more

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