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April 1, 2014

BRA goes to Stage 2 drought conservation

Customers along PK-Granbury-Whitney reservoir chain asked to reduce water use by 10 percent

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Under Stage 4 Pro Rata Curtailment, customers must reduce water use by 30 percent or more. Stage 4 is triggered when the Possum Kingdom-Granbury-Whitney subsystem reaches 140,323 acre-feet of capacity, or about 20 percent full. The general process under which the BRA will make water available in this circumstance is in accordance with Texas Water Code, Sec. 11.039.

A copy of BRA’s Drought Contingency Plan can be found at www.brazos.org/DroughtContingency.asp or by contacting the BRA at 254-761-3100. For information on water conservation go to www.brazos.org/conservation.asp.

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