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The lake level has dropped almost 5.5 inches since the stop logs were removed at the AMIL Spillway in Buckeye Lake Village on October 11. It is now nearly 9.5 inches below the interim summer pool and has now been below the interim summer pool for 11 straight weeks. The lake level will be dropping about 14.5 more inches from Monday’s (October 23) level. So far the lake drains at both spillways have not been opened which moderates the draw-down. You can find ODNR’s on-line graph at http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/buckeyelake

The lake level has dropped almost 5.5 inches since the stop logs were removed at the AMIL Spillway in Buckeye Lake Village on October 11. It is now nearly 9.5 inches below the interim summer pool and has now been below the interim summer pool for 11 straight weeks. The lake level will be dropping about 14.5 more inches from Monday’s (October 23) level. So far the lake drains at both spillways have not been opened which moderates the draw-down. You can find ODNR’s on-line graph at http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/buckeyelake

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