CCWD intends to raise the maximum storage level of Copper Cove Pond No. 6 from 756 ft elevation to 766 ft elevation. Allowing for the 2 ft of residential freeborad, the net total storage capacity will increase to 442 ac ft at a maximum storage level of 764 ft.
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