Monday, January 26, 2009

Corps fixing flood damage at Table Rock Lake

Jefferson City News Tribune - Jefferson City,MO,USA
SPRINGFIELD (AP) - A year after heavy rains caused historic flooding at Table Rock Lake in southwest Missouri, workers are close to repairing most of the damage in preparation for visitors returning this spring.

In some cases, the campgrounds and parks will be better than before the flooding.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' most popular parks, including Mill Creek, Old Highway 86 and Moonshine Beach, had to remain closed last year because of the damage.

They and other sites have been upgraded with better electric and water service, new restrooms and shower houses, restored beaches and newly seeded grassy areas and playgrounds.
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