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CLA Removes Over 13.3M Pounds Of Weeds
Chautauqua Lake Association officials report removing more than 13.3 million pounds of aquatic vegetation from Chautauqua Lake this summer.

Overall, CLA officials said in a news release that the condition of the lake was wonderful this year. Average weed growth in most areas had exceptional clarity compared to past years. The CLA noticed greater boat activity and increased lake use throughout the region.

An overabundance of vegetation was observed in the lower basin this summer. The CLA crews worked to provide navigational channels and paths from docks all summer. In late July the CLA ran four harvesters in the lower basin to ensure safe navigational lanes for boaters. A record number of loads were removed from the area that week totaling 92 large truck loads.


 
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