Army Corps of Engineers to Lower Water Levels at Stonewall
15 October 2012
By Alex Hines, Lewis, Gilmer, Barbour and Randolph County Reporter
The Army Corps of Engineers will be lowering the water level at
Stonewall Jackson Lake to make repairs on its dam.
Crews will be fixing issues with the water control tower.
It will lower the lake by seven feet to allow access to machinery
which is usually underwater.
The corps of engineers urges boaters to use caution while the
levels remain low.
Repairs should only take a few weeks, the lake should be returned
to its normal level by January.