Officers are planning to start out decreasing a southern Indiana reservoir’s water degree so an getting older railroad trestle operating alongside it may be repaired.
Plans are to start releasing water Sept. 5 from Lake Lemon close to Bloomington and letting it drop 2 ft.
The (Bloomington) Herald-Occasions stories that may permit the Indiana Rail Street Co.’s restore work on the trestle. The trestle dates to 1906, almost 50 years earlier than the reservoir was constructed about 10 miles northeast of Bloomington.
A few of the 500 property house owners across the lake have objected to the drawdown, saying a lot of the reservoir shall be too shallow for motorboats.
Bloomington’s metropolis authorities owns the lake. Assistant Metropolis Lawyer Chris Wheeler says the drawdown was delayed till after the Labor Day weekend as a compromise.