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Officials are hoping an ounce of caution can go a long way when it comes to protecting the city's water supply.
Summer drought conditions have put Guist Creek Lake at the lowest point it's ever been at this time of year, according to Tom Doyle, manager of the Shelbyville Municipal Water & Sewer Commission.
"We have also noticed that our current water usage is higher than what our normal water usage is historically at this time of year," Doyle said, "so you've got two bad conditions."
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