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(Feb. 19, 2010) -- The Forest Service is asking for public comments on a proposal to improve and modernize water storage facilities at two developed campgrounds and two recreation areas located at Lake Isabella.

Forest Service wants to improve water storage at California’s Lake Isabella

KERNVILLE, Calif. — The Forest Service is asking for public comments on a proposal to improve and modernize water storage facilities at two developed campgrounds and two recreation areas located at Lake Isabella.

The areas involved include the Auxiliary Dam Recreation Area, the Live Oak North and South Campground and the Group Area site, and Tillie Creek Campground and its group areas.

To read the complete report from KERO-TV 23, click here.

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