The lake was only partially treated. More from the President:
Due to a mechanical malfunction with their equipment, our Environmental Consultant, Solitude, was only able to complete 3.5 of the targeted 16 acres with the herbicide by the time the Permit expired on June 15. The area treated is near the inlet as they usually start at that location and move progressively down the lake. New York State DEC has denied our request for an extension. As a result, there will be no further herbicide treatment of the lake this calendar year. We will have further invasive species mitigation conducted by Invasive Dive Solutions, our diver assisted hand pulling dive team contractor. That will be done sometime in August. We will communicate the specific times and places in our August Newsletter and will also post the schedules on the website at www.glenlakeny.org. If you have further questions, please contact me. Paul McPhillips, 518-791-6779 or email@example.com.
The Glen Lake Protective Association, working with the guidance of our environmental consultant Solitude and the permitted permission of the New York DEC, will be treating the lake on June 15 for the purpose of mitigating the growth of eurasian milfoil. Similar to last year, the area of treatment will be relatively minor... from 11 to 15 acres of our 320 acre lake
If you have any questions please contact Paul McPhillips, President GLPA
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