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Water Restrictions Continue for Lincoln County ~ North Carolina

 

Water Restrictions Continue for
Lincoln County ~ North Carolina
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Just a reminder to everyone in Lincoln County our water restrictions that were put in place about two years ago, do to the drought of 2007 that brought a 18” below normal rainfall are still in effect even though we have been getting a lot of rain at times.
 

There are several factors as to why we have been told that we need to continue the restrictions. Various reasons given are that forecasters are predicting a dry winter, the water supply still hasn’t recouped from the drought, and the western part of the county hasn’t seen substantial rainfall as the eastern part.


So the county is asking people, who need to, only water their lawns two days a week and to continue to conserve when possible.

About the author:

Teresa Harris is a Lake Norman Residential Real Estate Broker who can assist you with the purchase and/or sale of real estate in Lake Norman and surrounding counties. Please visit www.TeresaMHarris.com for your relocation and/or your local needs. The information in this post is believed to be accurate but is not guaranteed.

Teresa Harris - Holbrooks Real Estate, Inc. - 704-458-1807 - Teresa@TeresaMHarris.com

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Comment balloon 5 commentsTeresa Harris • January 26 2009 12:14PM

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Yikes, Teresa!  It's really bizarre to me still, that I live in the deserts of Arizona, and yet we have no water rationing of any kind.  Never have!  Of course, we get most of our water from the Colorado River via canals, but when I read of your drought, it amazes me.  Whatever you do, don't go out and wash your car today!   ;-)

Randy Hooker

Posted by Randy Hooker, Gilbert, Chandler, Mesa, Queen Creek (Dreamcatcher Realty / Greater Phoenix Area) over 8 years ago

We don't have formal restrictions here but we have to conserve like you do their in North Carolina.  Probably for the same reasons that we have here....Our reservoirs are not up to the level they should be.

Posted by Sidney Kutchuk - Realty Works Temecula Kutchuk - Realty Works Temecula, Realty Works Temecula (Realty Works Temecula) over 8 years ago

Teresa.. Drought last year?  Too bad we couldn't send some to you.  We had so much rain that we had flooding.  Go figure?  Hopefully this summer you will get enough rain to fill those basins.

valerie osterhoudt

Posted by Valerie Osterhoudt, ABR, Cromwell, CT Real Estate ~ 860.883.8889 (Johnson Real Estate, Inc.) over 8 years ago

Wow, I never thought I would hear that sentence. I will check it out on the map.

Johnathan

Posted by Johnathan Mullaney, Broker, Flagstaff Real Estate (Village Land Shoppe) over 8 years ago

Water lawns?  I can't even see my lawn Teresa. 

Posted by Paddy (Patricia) Pizappi, Real Estate Associate Broker Hudson Valley NY (Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty) over 8 years ago

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