Since last September, Brenham residents have to had live with Stage One drought restrictions and though the water cut-backs were voluntary, those restrictions have now been lifted.
The city implemented those restrictions when Lake Somerville which is the city's water source dropped to a record low of 227-point-five feet.
Now that recent rainfalls have raised the lake's level to less than three feet from being full, it's no longer necessary for citizens to make drastic water cuts, instead they're being asked to practice smart water use.
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