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Beckwith Has Nearly 200 Million Gallons of Water
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Lake Beckwith is presently at 9.5 feet according to Colorado City Metropolitan District Manager James Eccher. That calculates to 199,798,343.8 gallons of water.

To help facilitate the lake the Rec Well at 130 gallons per minute, the Rodeo Well, at 250 gallons per minute and the Summit well at 170 gallons per minute are being pumped. Twenty-percent of that water goes into Lake Beckwith and the rest goes into the pond for the golf course, baseball field and water sales.

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