Army Corps of Engineers to raise water level in Georgia lake

03/14/2008 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

The Army Corps of Engineers has agreed to reduce outflows from Georgia's Lake Lanier, but not by as much as state leaders had hoped. In February, Georgia Environmental Protection Division Director Carol Couch asked the Corps to cut outflows by nearly 130 million gallons a day, but engineers settled on a figure closer to 65 million gallons after examining drinking-water and sewage-treatment requirements.

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