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City: Swan Lake dewatering a success

By ThisIsReno

The City of Reno’s Public Works Director, John Flansberg, today said the city’s efforts to reduce Swan Lake’s water levels in Lemmon Valley have been successful.

A pipeline pumping water from the lake has reduced the lake’s levels by 1.1 feet, and alfalfa is being grown from Swan Lake water in North Valleys fields. 

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