310-6-15 Rainfall for 2015 is near-normal and has been well-spaced. As a result, we have not had to run the pump to maintain levels this summer. The lake is a bit low right now, but the pump is not in use. Some permanent repairs need to be made to the overflow and the water must be below the lowest point of the weir to accomplish the repairs. It is doubtful that the repairs can be done before the water is too cold to work in comfortably and the fall rains set in, but we are allowing the lake to drop a little lower, just in case.
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LAKE STAGE October 5, 2015 -3.00"
The lake stage is based on the overflow at the weir on the west end of the dam. Zero is the level at which water will begin to flow over the lip of the weir. -6.0 means the lake must rise 6 inches to reach the lip of the weir. +6.0 would mean the water will continue to flow into the weir until the lake level drops 6 inches. (This information will be updated from time to time, but not necessarily daily or weekly.)
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