The water level of Lake Okeechobee rose above 15.5 feet Monday — a seldom-reached benchmark that officially raises the Army Corps of Engineer’s level of concern over the aging Herbert Hoover Dike that protects local communities from flooding.
The corps sought to allay public concern, however.
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