Dallas councilmembers voted to make some drought emergency procedures permanent, even though recent rains have left reservoirs full.
North Texas and most of the state is still recovering from months of devastating drought. But, officially drought conditions are now over — at least in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
For the next six months, all 13 cities within the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) are now under Stage 3 water restrictions. But not all the cities are complying with the recommendations.
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The extreme heat in North Texas has resulted in one good side effect — there are fewer fire ants.
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