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Water levels, orders at Lahontan Reservoir near cut-off point

Water storage at Lahontan Reservoir has plummeted throughout August and early September. As a result, the Truckee-Carson Irrigiation District is anticipating an earlier water order cut-off date than previously thought. As of Friday, Lahontan Reservoir carried 13,673 acre-feet of water. In a press release, TCID announced, “The taking of orders by TCID for Delivery of water will cease when existing and standing orders estimates bring the Lahontan Reservoir to 4,000 acre- feet. All orders will be handled in relation to receipt, or on a first-come, first-serve basis.” The district said it cannot guarantee any orders placed will be filled as …

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