Update: Branson, MO media release:
With Lake Taneycomo continuing to rise and now all of the residents along Sunset Street on Taneycomo are being asked to vacate their homes by the Branson police and fire departments.
All of the RV campers at the city campground have been evacuated as water is rising into the campground area.
At Branson Landing, water has risen over the boardwalk by the lake and is getting close the lower level garages. Power has been shut down inside the Branson Landing parking structures and propane shut off on the lower level of the Landing, which affects restaurants on the east side along the lake. No water is in any of the businesses. The Landing was built to withstand a 100 year flood.
In 2008, during the Branson floods, the lake crested at 933. No businesses including theaters, restaurants and hotels along highway 76 have been negatively affected by the high water and heavy rains.