More than four years ago, many Lakehills residents traded in their jet skis and boats for 4-wheelers and ATVs, said Kristin Eliason, who lives in the Brushy Creek subdivision next to Medina Lake. In a drought-ridden area like Medina Lake, there was no use for water sports equipment at her “lakeside” home.
“It was barren,” Eliason said. “It was a totally different lifestyle (compared to now).”
For the first time in nearly 10 years, Medina Lake has reached full capacity again. The sites and sounds of the water gushing over the spillway in the distance serve as signs of renewal – Medina Lake is back… Read more from the Rivard Report
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