Having a record dry season and wild fires plaguing the Midwest, it is to be expected that water usage would be at an extreme high. The Camden County Water District Number 4 is reporting just that. Water reserves are decreasing rapidly over this abnormally hot and dry summer. The water district is recommending that water usage is limited to necessity and not used for watering lawns, washing cars, and filling pools. Rather than worry about the lawn or the car, take the free time to utilize the abundance of water in the beautiful Lake of the Ozarks to swim and go boating instead!