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(Lincoln City, OR)  --  The total solar eclipse will make landfall in the U.S soon, and Lincoln City will be the first place to see it.  City leaders met yesterday to discuss safety measures they plan to have in place before the August 21st eclipse.  An extra 50-to-100-thousand people are expected to overfill the city.  Concern has been raised about overtaxing the city's water supply and cell phone service possibly being disrupted.  Emergency responders are looking at ways to deal with issues, and North Lincoln Fire and Rescue is suggesting people stay close to home.
 

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