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Some Rogers County residents asked to conserve water

Posted at 2:49 PM, May 25, 2019
and last updated 2019-05-25 15:49:22-04

ROGERS COUNTY, Okla — Rural Water District #3 officials in Rogers County is asking customers to conserve water due to the rising water in the lake threatening their ability to produce enough water to supply the district.

The district has water now, but they are asking residents in the Tacora, Fovil and Chelsea areas, including everyone along Highway 20 and north, to conserve water and avoid filling tubs and containers, as excessive usage will “exacerbate the already volatile situation.”

Officials with the water district are diligently monitoring the situation and will alert residents when it has been resolved.

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