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Cazenovia Lake Chemical Treatment Process Moving Forward
The Cazenovia Town Board in December unanimously approved a resolution to undertake chemical treatment of Eurasian Watermilfoil in Cazenovia Lake this year, and this week the board started the municipal process to move the treatments forward.

In two unanimously approved resolutions, the board stated that the proposed herbicide treatment of the lake may have significant negative environmental effects (a positive declaration) and adopted the scoping document that explains how such potential adverse impacts will be addressed.

According to the scoping document adopted by the board, the chemical treatment could adversely impact water quality, drinking water supply, aquatic plant and animal life, terrestrial vegetation, wetlands and recreational opportunities.

The EPA classifies Renovate as the lowest possible toxicity classification for an herbicide, although it can be harmful to humans and animals.


 
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