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City of Greenwood says residents no longer have to conserve water

The City of Greenwood now says residents no longer should conserve water after crews repaired the damage caused by flooding.

GREENWOOD, Arkansas — The City of Greenwood Water Department is now saying residents no longer should conserve water after crews repaired damage caused by recent flooding.

The original announcement came on Friday, June 10, when repairs were being made to the infrastructure at Greenwood Lake. The city asksed customers to use water sparingly for domestic purposes only.

Irrigation of lawns, shrubs, washing pavement, etc. was "prohibited."

On June 22, Greenwood officials announced that residents no longer have to conserve their water usage. "The City thanks its citizens for their efforts in slowing usage while necessary repairs were made."

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