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APPALACHIAN CONTINUES EFFORTS TO REMOVE INCREASED LAKE DEBRIS FOLLOWING STORMS

June 4, 2020 – Appalachian Power plans to continue its increased debris removal efforts at the Smith Mountain Project’s two lakes as a result of wash-down from recent heavy rains and high inflows from its rivers and tributaries.
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HEAVY RAINFALL EXPECTED TO RAISE SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE THREE FEET ABOVE FULL POND

May 21, 2020 – Appalachian Power, operator of the Smith Mountain Project hydroelectric facility in southwest Virginia, is advising property owners and visitors that the Smith Mountain Reservoir will exceed its full pond level by three feet Friday morning.
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HEAVY RAINFALL EXPECTED TO AFFECT SMITH MOUNTAIN PROJECT WATER LEVELS

May 20, 2020 - Appalachian Power, operator of the Smith Mountain Project hydroelectric facility in southwest Virginia, is cautioning shoreline property owners and visitors that the Smith Mountain Reservoir will exceed its full pond elevation because of heavy rainfall in the project’s watershed.
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SMITH MOUNTAIN PROJECT PROPERTY OWNERS SHOULD BE AWARE OF VEGETATION REMOVAL RESTRICTIONS

May 5, 2020 - Appalachian Power reminds property owners at Smith Mountain and Leesville lakes of guidelines to follow prior to removing vegetation along lake shorelines.
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HEAVY RAINFALL IN ROANOKE RIVER WATERSHED EXPECTED TO AFFECT SMITH MOUNTAIN PROJECT WATER LEVELS

April 13, 2020 - Appalachian Power, operator of the Smith Mountain Project hydroelectric facility in southwest Virginia, is cautioning shoreline property owners and visitors that the Smith Mountain Reservoir will exceed its full pond elevation because of recent heavy rainfall in the project’s watershed.
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SMITH MOUNTAIN PROJECT PROPERTY OWNERS SHOULD BE AWARE OF DREDGING DEADLINE

January 22, 2020 - The four-month ban on dredging within Smith Mountain Project lake boundaries begins next month.
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