Truesdale Lake  

South Salem, New York

Beach Runoff

TEA Beach Runoff Videos, September 18, 2004
(Click to see video and explanation)

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TEA beach stormwater runoff photos – April 7, 2005
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upper parking lot, west side of Truesdale Lake Drive between #21 and #23
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down the hill to the lower lot showing blacktop apron

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between upper and lower lots showing erosion
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view east from mid-lower lot towards street
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erosion plus stream just north of the lot

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looking north to #23 Truesdale Lake Drive, stream encroaching on parking lot
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looking west towards highway garage from Truesdale Lake Drive
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view east from mid-lower lot towards street (from lower angle)

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view east from mid-lower lot towards street #3
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close to lake edge, debris from runoff
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on TEA dock, looking east; newest gravel and sand delta visible in foreground

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from TEA dock looking southeast towards TEA beach; delta/sediment visible
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at end of TEA dock, wider shot
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closeup of erosion on lower lot, tip of finger to watch band = 9 inches approx

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view from beach gate looking southeast, secondary erosion in grass hill
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looking northwest at lower lot to upper lot
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catchbasin in north end of lot

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view west from Truesdale Lake Drive
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view west into lower lot
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view west #2

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comromised catchbasin installed approx 18 months prior (check highway dept records for exact date)
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7 days after storm still has standing water
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7 days after storm still has standing water #2

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catchbasin on east side of Truesdale Lake Drive
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view northeast from center of Truesdale Lake Drive to driveway of #20; note new road work

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detail: west side of TLD erosion onto upper lot of TEA beach
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wider shot: west side of TLD erosion onto upper lot of TEA beach
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detail: west side of TLD erosion onto upper lot of TEA beach #2

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wide shot #2: west side of TLD; note yellow paint on blacktop marking storm drain (clogged with vegetation and dirt)
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closer view of obstructed stormdrain on west side of Truesdale Lake Drive
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overhead view of obstructed stormdrain on west side of Truesdale Lake Drive

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#1: cleaning debris from storm drain
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#2: cleaning debris from storm drain
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#3: cleaned debris from storm drain

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#4: cleaned debris from storm drain

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