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$1.5 Million in Funding will be Used to Eradicate Invasive Weeds
Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone signed legislation to fund phase two of the Canaan Lake restoration project late last week. The $1.5 million in funding will be used to eradicate invasive weeds and remove sediment in an effort to restore the lake’s original recreational use.

Phase one began last year with the installation of a culvert under Traction Boulevard, and during the spring of 2018 the lake was drained of approximately 5 feet of water in an effort to kill off the invasive plant life that had been polluting the lake for decades. The second phase will take place once the lakebed is dried out.

Phase two will involve scraping the bottom of the lakebed and removing about 30,000 cubic yards of sediment in two phases, to be disposed of at the Brookhaven Landfill.



 
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