This Feb. 22, 2008 file photo shows the 602-foot concrete Shasta Dam near Shasta, Calif. A Bureau of Reclamation study, requested by Congress, concludes that enlarging Shasta Dam by 18.5 feet is technically and economically feasible, though the bureau declined to make a formal recommendation to move ahead with the project.
This Feb. 22, 2008 file photo shows the 602-foot concrete Shasta Dam near Shasta, Calif. A Bureau of Reclamation study, requested by Congress, concludes that enlarging Shasta Dam by 18.5 feet is technically and economically feasible, though the bureau declined to make a formal recommendation to move ahead with the project. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press
This Feb. 22, 2008 file photo shows the 602-foot concrete Shasta Dam near Shasta, Calif. A Bureau of Reclamation study, requested by Congress, concludes that enlarging Shasta Dam by 18.5 feet is technically and economically feasible, though the bureau declined to make a formal recommendation to move ahead with the project. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press

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