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MARBLE FALLS — Lower temperatures and reduced use have prompted city officials to lift mandatory watering restrictions.

Stage 1 voluntary water-use restrictions went into effect Oct. 24. The city had been under the more stringent Stage 2 at the behest of the Lower Colorado River Authority.

“The city believes we can meet our (water) conservation goals with voluntary restrictions,” City Secretary Christina Laine said.

Under voluntary restrictions, officials ask residents to water lawns only on certain days from 7 p.m. to 10 a.m.

Residents with even-numbered street addresses are asked to water during even-numbered days. Those with odd-numbered street addresses are asked to water during odd-numbered days.