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Lake Hopatcong Weed Harvesting
Weed harvesting will continue on Lake Hopatcong until Aug. 14 unless more funding can be found to extend the season.

Commission Vice Chairman Dan McCarthy said each of the four municipalities around the lake were asked for a donation in the former of an employee to drive the trucks full of weeds to the Morris County landfill. Should any or all of the municipalities help out, that could extend the harvesting somewhat.

The commission was asked if they ever considered bringing in grass-eating carp. Fred Lubnow of Princeton Hydro, the commission’s environmental consultants, explained the state Division of Fish and Wildlife does not allow sterile carp in bodies of water of more than 10 acres. Lubnow said the concern is the carp may not actually be sterile, as they are purported to be, and may escape downstream.


 
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