Tega Cay City Council Changes Water Restriction Decision

READ APRIL 20th 2009 UPDATE AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS POST

April 25, 2008 - Recent rains has Lake Wylie looking full these days. See an earlier post called Lake Wylie at Full pond. So many local residents have been wondering when the stage 3 water restrictions set last fall would be lifted.

Rock Hill and Fort Mill have recently reduced restrictions so it was time for the Tega Cay City Council to decide if they would follow suit. Tega Cay Councilman Les Conner said although the lake is up, ground water levels are still low and challenged whether they should reduce restrictions. But the council voted last Monday to allow residents to water lawns again.

The revised ordinance will allow Tega Cay residents to water their lawns one day a week. Odd number addresses can water Saturdays from 12:01 am to 9am. Even number addresses can water Sundays from 12:01am to 9am. Vehicle washing is still prohibited. Click here to see revised ordinance 325.

UPDATE APRIL 20th 2009

Tega Cay has moved to stage 1 restrictions which is voluntary. Here is what is posted on the City of Tega Cay website:

DROUGHT RESTRICTIONS
STAGE 1 RESTRICTIONS IN EFFECT
All residents (TCWS and TCUD customers) are to
observe voluntary drought restrictions as of
Monday, April 20th. Customers on both systems
may now water lawns, pressure wash, wash cars,
etc during any time of the day and on any day of
the week. The goal during Stage 1 is to achieve a
3-5% reduction in overall water usage. If you would
like more information on Stage 1 Drought
Restrictions.

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  1. says

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