Dry South: Corps Cuts Flow From Ga. Lake

Nov 16, 2007 By GREG BLUESTEIN, Associated Press Writer
Biologists: Water Can Stay in Ga. Lake (AP)
A buoy and several docks are left high and dry in Lake Allatoona in Acworth, Ga., in this Nov. 2, 2007. Much of the south is suffering from a level four drought. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

(AP) -- Federal biologists signed off on a plan Friday to reduce the flow of water from Lake Lanier, the main water source for Atlanta and the focal point of a three-state water fight as the Southeast contends with a historic drought.



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