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Children in Llano can still swim in the town reservoir but due to low water levels can no longer jump off the dam. TEXAS TRIBUNE PHOTO by TODD WISEMAN

Children in Llano can still swim in the town reservoir but due to low water levels can no longer jump off the dam. TEXAS TRIBUNE PHOTO by TODD WISEMAN

by MOSE BUCHELE
KUT News and StateImpact Texas

Despite a drought that continues to dry up the state’s lakes and reservoirs, water experts have raised concerns about the quality of the state’s 7,500 dams, many of which are in poor condition or are nearing the end of their life spans. Read the full story at StateImpact Texas.

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MOSE BUCHELE reports for KUT News and StateImpact Texas where this story was originally broadcast. It is made available here through a news partnership between the Texas Tribune and the San Marcos Mercury.

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