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Webcast: Abilene's New Year Water Woes

We are beginning the new year with deficits in all of the city's primary sources of water.
We are beginning the new year with deficits in all of the city's primary sources of water.

The Abilene Water Office Thursday morning reported that Lake Fort Phantom Hill is more than 12-and-a-half feet below the spillway.

Hubbard Creek Reservoir near Breckenridge is more than 22-and-a-half feet low.

The O. H. Ivie Reservoir at the southern edge of Coleman County is more than 44 feet low.

The city is currently in water conservation stage one, which means that water customers are allowed to water their lawns only one day per week.

The city ordinance asks everyone to conserve water because of the falling supplies.

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