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Engineer: Ohio River Dam can be completed soon

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Brad Bradley, the resident engineer for the Army Corps of Engineers, talks to NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez about the time table for the Ohio River Dam project saying, “We as a team are convinced that we can get this project completed, and we are doing everything we can at the same time to control our cost and try to lower our cost.”