Ninety-two million gallons of water sits in Franzen Reservoir, just above the small town of Turner.
City administrator David Sawyer knows where the water would rush first if the reservoir’s dam failed – into a neighborhood of 40 to 50 homes.
But who would declare an emergency? Who would respond? Who would be in charge?
“I’d love to know what we do,” Sawyer said. “We’re only a town of 2,000 people with a two-person police department.”
Read more at the Statesman Journal.