| December 1964 (dam)|
| Ohio River|
| Bracken County, Kentucky / Clermont County, Ohio United States|
United States Army Corps of Engineers, Hamilton
Ohio River, Markland Locks and Dam, Greenup Lock and Dam, Cannelton Locks and Dam, Phillips' Folly
Captain Anthony Meldahl Locks and Dam Wikipedia
The Captain Anthony Meldahl Locks and Dam is a non-navigable river control dam with an associated lock, located at mile marker 436 on the Ohio River. It was named for Captain Anthony Meldahl, a river captain.
The dam has a top length of 1,756 feet (535 m) with a 372-foot (113 m) fixed weir and a 310-foot (94 m) open crest. At normal pool elevation the length is 95 miles (153 km) upstream encompassing an area of 21,700 acres (88 km2). The facility is operated by the United States Army Corps of Engineers.
Currently there is a joint venture between Baker Concrete and Alberici Constructors to build a three turbine hydroelectric plant and spillway addition to the Meldahl Locks and Dam.