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Decatur Could Enact Voluntary Water Restrictions

DECATUR--Decatur officials are closely monitoring water levels in Lake Decatur, and may implement voluntary water conservation next month if we don't see more rain.

The city manager said there needs to be rain before the start of October.

According to the Decatur Herald and Review, the lake's water level was just over 613 feet above sea level. Typically, summer water levels are between 614 and 615 feet.

As you may remember, during last year's drought, there were several restrictions, forcing restaurants to only serve water on request, and prompting car washes to haul in water to operate.