FIGURE 3-11 Project design features for the C-111 Spreader Canal Project.


at the S-18C structure do not produce the desired increases in Taylor Creek flows, then the federal government may construct an operable structure in the lower C-111 Canal (S-198) at an estimated cost of $5.3 million (2012 estimate) to produce the desired effect. SFWMD personnel expect to see increased amounts of fresh water appearing in Taylor Slough in 2012 as a result of the project, and the Frog Pond detention area should be fully operational by the end of 2012 (L. Gerry, SFWMD, personal communication, 2011; M. Collis, USACE, personal communication, 2012).

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