At left, Lake Wylie boater Billy Timmons of Rock Hill ties his boat to the dock at Ebenezer Park on Wednesday. Because of the ongoing drought, the water levels at Lake Wylie are 2 feet below normal for this time of year. Below, a Japanese maple shows signs of wear in Rock Hill on Tuesday.
At left, Lake Wylie boater Billy Timmons of Rock Hill ties his boat to the dock at Ebenezer Park on Wednesday. Because of the ongoing drought, the water levels at Lake Wylie are 2 feet below normal for this time of year. Below, a Japanese maple shows signs of wear in Rock Hill on Tuesday.
At left, Lake Wylie boater Billy Timmons of Rock Hill ties his boat to the dock at Ebenezer Park on Wednesday. Because of the ongoing drought, the water levels at Lake Wylie are 2 feet below normal for this time of year. Below, a Japanese maple shows signs of wear in Rock Hill on Tuesday.

City to resume mandatory water-use restrictions

August 16, 2007 01:15 AM

UPDATED August 16, 2007 01:26 AM

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