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AmerenUE sets up new website for Lake of the Ozarks info


Published: Friday, May 2, 2008 7:43 PM CDT
LAKESIDE, M0. -- AmerenUE has set up a new Web site to make information on AmerenUE’s programs and services at Lake of the Ozarks easier to find. The site also provides information on the history and operation of Bagnell Dam and the Osage Power Plant.

To view the new Web site, go to www.ameren.com/LakeOzarks. It can also be accessed by going to the Ameren Web site (www.ameren.com), and under “Featured Sites,” clicking on “Lake of the Ozarks.”

AmerenUE is responsible for a range of shoreline management activities at the Lake of the Ozarks under provisions of its federal license for the operation of Bagnell Dam and the Osage Power Plant. Among these responsibilities is the regulation of boat docks, seawalls and other structures within the Osage Project boundary on the lake and downstream from Bagnell Dam.

AmerenUE also sponsors the Adopt-the-Shoreline program, which enables interested individuals, businesses and organizations to “adopt” portions of the shoreline for litter control. Adopt-the-Shoreline conducts the annual Shoreline Beautification Cleanup each spring, and many member groups also conduct a fall cleanup.


Other AmerenUE services at the lake include maintaining a Lake and Shoreline Protection Hotline (573-365-9203) that residents and tourists can use to report derelict docks or other concerns affecting the lake.

The company also conducts a program to spray key sections of the lake’s shoreline for mosquito control. In addition, it provides funding to the Missouri Department of Conservation to help operate a fish hatchery and fish stocking program, as well as funding to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to improve recreational facilities and environmental resources at Lake of the Ozarks state parks.

AmerenUE, a subsidiary of St. Louis-based Ameren Corporation, serves 1.2 million electric customers and 127,000 natural gas customers in a 24,000-square-mile area of north, central and eastern Missouri.





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