June 22, 2018
Comments Off on Six Lewisboro Lakes Gain Special Status Under State Legislation – Press Release June 20, 2018
News Release SIX LEWISBORO LAKES GAIN SPECIAL STATUS UNDER STATE LEGISLATION State Assemblyman David Buchwald announced that the State Assembly and Senate have voted to pass legislation to make a group of lakes in Lewisboro eligible for more state funding. … Continue reading
June 21, 2018
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Below are the slides from the Truesdale Lake Planning Group meeting this past Tuesday night 6/19/2018. The original Powerpoint document is available here >> Truesdale Lake Planning Committee Presentation V2 Use the Contact form here if you have questions and we … Continue reading
June 15, 2018
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There will be a meeting of the Truesdale Lake Planning Group this coming Tuesday, June 19th at the South Salem Presbyterian Church at 8:15 PM (following the annual TLPOA meeting). Last June several lake residents gave a presentation regarding the … Continue reading
May 10, 2018
Comments Off on First Lake Treatment 2018
The Pond and Lake Connection will treat the lake for the first time this season on May 15. We will be watching for the results. from David Sachs’ post on truesdalelake.nextdoor.com: James [Gorman, of Pond & Lake Connection] stopped by yesterday … Continue reading
August 29, 2017
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The classic lake management book ‘Diet for a Small Lake’ has been made available as a FREE pdf download. Originally published in 1990 — this is the 2009 edition which is the latest update.
The physical book is published at cost – hardcover is $25 and paperback copies sell for $15 if you want something to hold on to (order form here). The publication is 318 pages and chock full of useful information for homeowners and other stakeholders in the lake area. This pdf version of it contains the whole book.
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July 12, 2017
Lake Truesdale residents — you may have heard talk about a new proposed project: Hydro Dredging.
Project leader Cliff Munz along with several other lake residents have been putting their heads together these past several months. There has been one lake-wide meeting (June 15, 2017) so far — and more to come.
In the meantime, we have put together a summary of the project at the Hydro Dredging Project Page. Please read through it when you have a chance.
In addition, we have put a form on the website so you can fill it out and send us questions you may have about Hydro Dredging. You can also sign up to be kept informed as we publish new information and schedule future meetings about the project.
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June 15, 2017
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At 8:15 p.m. Thursday, June 15th, Truesdale Lake residents are invited for a discussion about hydraulic dredging. Meeting location is at the South Salem Presbyterian Church in South Salem.
We will have a presentation by John Keegan from Sacred Waters in Ridgefield – along with additional information provided by resident Cliff Munz. Hope to see many of you there.
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May 19, 2017
Comments Off on May 16th, 2017 Lake Treatment
From the folks at The Pond and Lake Connection: Here is a map with the approximate application sites. We used Clipper today to treat for elodea and curly-leaf pondweed. As discussed there are other locations in the lake with vegetation, … Continue reading
May 18, 2017
I have received a few notes over the last month about the Lake, the weeds, last summer, and the potential of a repeat. I started to respond to each person individually but it grew into a longer note that I’d like to share here instead.
Keep in mind this is my opinion and view and I am open to corrections and I reserve the right to change my mind:
I agree last year the lake was a big problem last summer — and we are focused on not having a repeat this summer.
If you have been following along with the lake and weather the last few years (via truesdalelake.nextdoor.com and truesdalelake.com websites and the association membership meetings) you know it has been an unusual stretch.
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January 24, 2017
Passing on this note from Janet Andersen who is a resident in the Twin Lakes neighborhood, a member of the Three Lakes Council, and Chair of the Lewisboro Conservation Advisory Council (CAC).
Friends and neighbors,
The Town Board proposed a new wetland code that is so flawed and so alarming that I cannot believe they will vote on it as it stands. However, since the changes in this law would lead to increased pollution in our lakes, and possibly to degraded drinking water supplies, it’s not too early to let the Town Board know of your concerns.
You can write to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, and ask that the message be distributed to the town board. Tell them that the water quality of the lake is important to you, and that you don’t want the board to weaken the protection of those waters and allow more algae and weeds to grow. You could also tell them that you care about safe drinking water, and you don’t want the protection of that vital resource to be diminished.
I’ll provide a details of a few examples where I feel the new law could endanger our lakes. Our current law prohibits animal pens and manure storage within 150 feet of the edge of our lake. The proposed law would allow animal pens, chicken coops, and manure storage to abut our lakes with no buffer distance at all. I can’t justify allowing new sources of phosphorus next to our lakes, streams, and wetlands. The proposed code would also allow new chemical and petroleum bulk storage facilities to be placed next to lakes with no buffer, an equally perplexing provision.
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