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March 13, 2014 5:39 PM

Drought pushes out Don Pedro Reservoir houseboats; fee hikes studied

Within days, a flotilla of about 60 houseboats is expected to begin snaking from its decades-old home at Lake Don Pedro’s north end, which soon will be too shallow for big watercraft. A three-hour tour will lead to unfamiliar surroundings at the reservoir’s south end, joining some 200 others for what promises to be a big party – or the start of a cramped, chaotic summer.

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