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White River Chain Water Levels

Table Rock Water Levels

Several questions have been asked about the water being pulled from Table Rock this fall. The answer? Beaver Lake. Over the last decade, the region’s lakes have dealt with high water for extended periods of time. This situation has positioned Beaver Lake in a predicament that could be bad over time. As a result, its dam needs attention. While there is no immediate danger, upkeep is required.

Not only does Beaver Lake need to be drawn down but also all the lakes along the White River chain need to be drawn down. This effort is needed to manage incoming water in the spring to allow the work on Beaver Lake Dam to be completed.

The Army Corp of Engineers has public meetings scheduled this winter to address any questions. Those meetings are:

January 24—Rogers, AR

Location TBD

5pm – 8pm

 

January 25—Branson, MO

Dewey Short Visitor’s Center

5pm-8pm

 

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