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In accordance with DEEP (Department of Energy and Environmental Protection) and Army Corps of Engineers' requirements, it was identified that sediment which accumulated in a portion of the Still River be removed to insure that Flood Damage Reduction (FDR) is maintained. The inspection by the Corps produced a "Minimally Acceptable" rating which lead to the necessity of the project. Approximately 2500 lineal feet on both shore lines of the river were cleared of vegetation that had overgrown the banks and sediment which collected in the channel was removed, insuring continued flood protection for the City of Danbury.