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The Dickey-Lincoln School Hydro Power Project was authorized by Congress in 1965. Advanced engineering and design work was then begun by the Army Corps of Engineering in early 1966. Further detailed design work was suspended in November, 1967 because .of Congress' failure to appropriate further funds for design or construction. However, it now appears likely that Congress will include funds for continued design and engineering work in its appropriations for fiscal year 1974-75.
Freeman, A. Myrick, "The Benefits and Costs of the Dickey-Lincoln Project : a Preliminary Report" (1974). Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project. 11.
Freeman, A. Myrick. 1974. The benefits and costs of the Dickey-Lincoln Project: a preliminary report. Augusta, ME: s.n.
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