Tuesday, August 01, 2006


"Tarrant Regional Water District will begin reducing the amount of water released from Lake Bridgeport into Eagle Mountain Lake on Wednesday, Aug. 9.
TRWD said the action will ensure it is able to maintain an adequate water supply for customers in Wise, Parker and Jack counties in the coming months.

TRWD said that residents and recreational users of Eagle Mountain Lake should see the lake level begin falling the second week of August and continue until the area receives enough rainfall to refill the reservoirs.

Without significant rainfall, TRWD engineers estimate that both Lake Bridgeport and Eagle Mountain could drop an additional four feet by the end of the year. Lake Bridgeport is almost 14 feet below conservation level and falling."

Read more... http://www.wcmessenger.com/update/

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