California has officially joined a multi-state agreement to sustain water levels at lake mead. But despite the promise of progress, Lake Mead is still bracing for the worst and plans to move a marina further out into the water. One of the marinas at Callville Bay at Lake Mead needs to be moved, but in order for that to happen, the power has to be shut off. NV Energy crews de-energized the marinas Thursday to make a move possible. “The marina that’s right down here, we call it Marina 3,” said Rod Taylor, the vice president of Forever Resorts. Rod Taylor operates the marinas. He says all of the action is in the face of water woes.
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