Bear Creek Reservoir Is Now Full

Despite the drought conditions in the state of Georgia, the Upper Oconee Water Management Authority reports that the Bear Creek Regional Reservoir is 97% full.

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According to Program Manager Brad Lanning, use of the resevoir has averaged 11.4 million gallons per day over the last 9 weeks, compared to 9.6 million gallons a day in the same period last year. Even so, the Upper Oconee Basin Water Authority is confident in the Bear Creek Reservoir’s performance, with a capacity of up to 21 million gallons per day.

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To check for updates on the Bear Creek Resevoir, check out bearcreekwtp.com

By: Daniel Jackson

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