Lexington Reservior

The properties on Brush Road overlook the Lexington Reservor, which has a capcity of 19,000 acre-feet of water. As is usual with development projects, the reservoir was named after that which it destroyed; in this case the town of Lexington, California (The water behind the dam then flooded the town of Alma California as well). Recently the water district has been repairing the dam, and hence has the water levels at all time lows (1,094 Acre feet as of 9/4/2008). Here is a picture of a bridge in the town of Alma as it looked on 9/26/2008:

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Michael McNamara
Last modified: Sat Oct 4 21:09:05 PDT 2008