Water rationing could be right around the corner in Shreveport. A change in city policy takes effect today. It allows the Director of Water and Sewerage to implement water rationing if one of two triggers is met. One would be if the water level in Cross Lake should drop below 166 feet — the other would be if the amount of water going into the water treatment plant should exceed 70-million gallons per day for ten consecutive days.
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