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Central Arkansas Water Increases Its Holdings in Lake Maumelle Watershed
Potential site of a floating array of solar panels on Lake Maumelle.

Central Arkansas Water is winding down its property acquisitions, $36 million in purchases made to protect Lake Maumelle as a prime source of drinking water.
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