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Controlling Weeds on Lake Mahopac
Lake Mahopac is developing a serious aquatic vegetation problem and the town along with the Lake Mahopac Park District is turning to the Department of Environmental Conservation for assistance.

“It’s becoming a real hazard,” said Councilwoman Suzi McDonough, who serves as a liaison to the park district. “Seaweed is getting entangled in propellers. We have seen it this bad in more than 15 years.”

Ed Barnett, chairman of the Lake Mahopac Park District Board of Directors, said that the vegetation is native to the area and none of it is considered an endangered species. “We don’t want to eliminate it; we want to control it,” Barnett said.


 
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