Moberly Utility Officials are watching the levels at Sugar Creek Lake, which is the city's drinking water supply.
Utility Director Keith Phipps says the level is now 2-feet below the spillway.
He tells GoodRadio News Sugar Creek Lake is still in good shape, but the city is monitoring the water supply situation, closely.
In fact, DNR inspected the reservoir last week, and told Phipps the lake is in reasonably good shape considering the lack of rain.
On the KWIX Greenhouse Program, University Extension Specialist Dave Trinkline says watering plants and gardens will be necessary...
Extension Specialist Dave Trinkline; so far, GoodRadio news has not received any water usage restriction notices from area utilities.
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