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June 1st… 3PM… Guadalupe River Flood at Victoria Info

River level – The latest river level measurement from the National Weather Service is 28.94 feet with a flow of 29,900 cubic feet per second. The river level continues to drop after a crest of 30.19 feet at 4:30 Saturday morning, but at a very slow rate. According to NWS estimates, the water will be near 28.60 feet at midnight tonight and not will drop below 25 feet by June 5th.

2)      Voluntary Evacuation Lifted: The water has drained out of Greens Addition. The voluntary evacuation for the Greens Addition, in effect since Monday, May 25,   has been lifted. Citizens may return to their residences.

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Berclair Boots and Barbeque June 4th

You are invited to the 3rd Annual Berclair Boots and BBQ, sponsored by the Beeville Art Association, from 6-9:30 p.m. on June 4th at the Berclair Mansion Grounds. Ticketsare $40 per person; $75 per couple; $300 for a table of 8: $375 for a table of 10. There will be barbecue, beverages, live music by Warren Heart, a live and silent auction, and tours of the Berclair Mansion.

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7:45AM Sunday; Guadalupe River Flood at Victoria

1. Residents who evacuated and motorists in general, should NOT drive through any water that is standing in low-lying neighborhood streets. Waves of water created by even slow moving cars can push water into homes and businesses that are currently dry.
2. The large amount of water that is still flowing down the river will result in a very slow drop in the river level. There may be standing water in some low lying neighborhoods for several more days.
3. The NWS reports the river level at 29.97 feet with a flow of 57,700 cfs. The river level continues to drop, but at a very slow rate.

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Steve Frost
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Sewage Accidentally Released Into Guadalupe River at Gonzales

(News release from the Gonzales Inquirer, Gonzales, Texas) — As if things aren't bad enough right now...Gonzales city officials announced Thursday afternoon that floodwaters from the Guadalupe River flowed into the city’s collection facility for domestic wastewater at about 8 a.m. Thursday, causing the accidental discharge of 200,000 gallons of untreated sewage. Discharged water flowed into Tinsley Creek and then to the Guadalupe River.

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Steve Frost
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PETA OFFERS TIPS FOR SAFEGUARDING ANIMALS DURING FLOOD

As flooding continues in the area, PETA is offering important advice for ensuring the safety of companion animals should residents experience major flooding or be forced to evacuate.

Have your animals microchipped, and put secure, legible ID tags on them.

During a flood, never leave your animals outdoors, tied up, or confined in any way, as they will be trapped and unable to flee rising waters.

In the event of an evacuation,

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More Guadalupe River Flood Rumor Control

From the desk of O.C. Garza at the Victoria Emergency Operations Center;  People are saying that Victoria will be hit by a river level near 33 or 34 feet. FALSE. The National Weather Service forecast has not changed more than an inch either way of a 29

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O.C. Garza, City of Victoria Communications Director
O.C. Garza, City of Victoria Communications Director
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Guadalupe River Flood Rumor Control

  1. From the desk of O.C. Garza, Communications Director for the City of Victoria;  People are saying that Canyon Lake is full and the GBRA will soon open all the flood gates, which will flood all downstream communities on the Guadalupe. FALSE! Yes, Canyon Lake is full again (cheers all around!!) but it is a flood control lake. GBRA is very much aware of the high water moving downstream and they have no plans to release water from the lake until the downstream river conditions are safe to do so.
  2. People are saying that the bridge across Loop 463 and the Guadalupe River will collapse because of the large log jam that has built up. FALSE!

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Steve Frost
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Guadalupe River at Victoria Forecast

The National Weather Service is forecasting the Guadalupe River in Victoria to crest at 29.9 feet late Friday morning. City road closures include; Murray at Vine; River at Vine; Convent at Vine; Church at Vine; Bluff at Nueces; Second at Bridge; Glass at Third; Glass at Bridge

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