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Despite drought, Danbury reservoirs at typical water levels

The federal government earlier this month declared 8 counties in Connecticut as disaster areas due to drought conditions and the agricultural losses.  City Councilman Paul Rotello recently asked for an update on reservoir levels in Danbury.  He said some constituents on City Water wondering about the status of water levels.


Public Utilities Superintendent David Day says the City is no where near advisory levels. 


Reservoir levels are checked on the first of each month.  Historically at this time of the year it's around 77-percent.  Day says it's about 1.5-percent below normal.

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