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Posted 10/21/2013

Release no. 13-081

Laurie Driver

BRANSON, Mo. – The Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District will repair the Table Rock Powerhouse water release system Nov. 4 requiring Lake Taneycomo to be lowered to elevation 696.5.  Dock owners should monitor lake levels and adjust boat docks as the lake is lowered and returned to its normal pool elevation.

Powersite Dam will begin hydropower releases Oct. 28 to slowly draw down Lake Taneycomo from elevation 701 to elevation 696.5.  On Nov. 4, Powersite Dam will conduct supplemental spillway releases with hydropower releases to lower and maintain Lake Taneycomo at elevation 696.5.  Once the repairs are complete, the lake will begin rising back to its normal pool elevation.

For more information contact the Table Rock Project Office at 501-340-1950.

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