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6/20/07

NewsChannel 11's Water Watch

NewsChannel 11 is continuing its water watch.

Tuesday the community used 30.5 million gallons of water. That's only five million gallons away from the limit.

Lubbock must use less than 35 million gallons of water per day to avoid having to boil water.

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