Lake McConaughy’s elevation is at 84% capacity, and the snow pack in the Colorado mountains is slightly above average for this time of year.

That indicates that water supplies will be ample next summer in Nebraska.

That information was reported Monday to the Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District board of directors from Hydraulic Project Operations Manager Cory Steinke.

In other business, the board learned that a bid was awarded to Snell Services, Inc. of North Platte to replace two 10-ton condensers on the HVAC unit at Kingsley Hydro-electric generator in the amount of $67,498.