Granite Shoals leaves lake debris disposal to residents



By Nathan Hendrix
Staff Writer

The city of Granite Shoals rejected consideration for bulk dumpsters and roadside debris pick up for residents during the drawdown of Lake LBJ scheduled for early 2020 due to costly past experiences.

City Manager Jeff Looney made the announcement at the regular council meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 3 following the Lower Colorado River Authority's decision to lower Lake LBJ and Inks Lake for a period of eight weeks – Jan. 2 to Feb. 28, 2020 – upon request by officials and property owners. …

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