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DAKOTA DUNES RESIDENTS ARE ANXIOUSLY WATCHING BOTH THE BIG SIOUX AND MISSOURI RIVERS AS LEVELS ON BOTH OF THOSE STREAMS CONTINUE TO RISE.

DUNES COMMUNITY MANAGER JEFF DOOLEY SAYS LEVEES THERE ARE BEING SHORED UP AND OTHER MEASURES ARE BEING TAKEN:


OC…HUGE ISSUE. ;22

DOOLEY SAYS THE WATER PLANT IN THE DUNES MAY BE SHUT DOWN AS A PRECAUTION, BUT RESIDENTS WILL STILL BE ABLE TO OBTAIN WATER FROM A WATER LINE FROM SIOUX CITY.

HE’S ASKING DAKOTA DUNES RESIDENTS TO REFRAIN FROM LAWN IRRIGATION THROUGH THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

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