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Water levels a concern for TCID

A less than filling runoff has created a water shortage in the Lahontan Valley. At Friday’s Truckee-Carson Irrigation District Board of Director’s meeting, water flows were a hot topic. Deputy Project Manager Walt Winder encouraged Carson Division users not to waste any water as the storage levels at Lahontan Reservoir are low. As of Tuesday, the reservoir carried 108,723 acre-feet of water. Winder said the 75 percent water allocation for the Carson Division is still on track, but the district will be very close to that number. “We don’t have any to lose this year,” Winder said. He said water …

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