During the winter of 1997, a large landslide occured to the east of Dorrington which terminated at the Sourgrass Campground on the North Fork Stanislaus River. Trees, soil, sand, gravel and other debris from the slide were carried to McKays Point Reservoir by high instream flows, much of which settled within the reservoir area. At the present time, the Northern California Power Agency is considering two alternative dredging methods to remove the accumulated sediment in McKays Point Reservoir (approximately 265,000 cubic yards). The first method includes the use of a conventional clamshell dredging operation using load barges on the reservoir to drain the sediment prior to trucking it to a disposal site. The other method includes the use of a slurry pump dredge discharging to elevate thickener tanks onshore. The slurry would settle in the tanks and the thickened slurry would be loaded in trucks with water-tight beds for transport to a disposal site.
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