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Great series of pieces on the waterways. As I posted to an earlier article by Eleanor Scott it would be nice if the mouth of First Creek were altered to allow for fish to migrate upstream from the Tennessee River.
In its current configuration near the railroad trestle there's a waterfall effect due to the difference in height between the concrete culvert and the normal pooling level of the river which prevents shad and other fish from migrating.
There's a trend nationwide to "daylight" urban streams by liberating them from the tunnels and storm sewers in which they travel.
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