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Ohio Dams Demand Repair

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Dam failure in Johnstown, Pa. in 1889 killed 2,200.

The Ohio edition of the national infrastructure crisis continues: this hour, experts and property managers discuss the future of the state's hundreds of dams at risk of catastrophic failure.

Guests

  • Jennifer Smith Richards, Reporter for the Columbus Dispatch
  • Jim Krygier, Chair of Hideaway Hills Association Management Committee
  • Martin McCann Jr., Director of the National Performance of Dams Program at Stanford University

This show originally aired on June 3, 2015 at 10 a.m.