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Weed Harvesters Return to Lake Hopatcong
NorthJersey.com

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2011
AIM JEFFERSON

With a busy month behind them, the Lake Hopatcong Commission's weed harvesters returned to the lake. They are a welcome sight in the calm waters of Ashley Cove, taking a well deserved Sunday break. The commission had a tough fight this year to gain funding and a late plan to have the harvester operators become state employees seem to be bringing relief to the lake. The paddle wheel propelled craft are able to get into the shallow coves of the lake, where most of the lake weeds thrive. Blending into the scenery of Ashley Cove, the harvester's calm demeanor on Sunday belies their vicious nature to lake weeds. The specialty craft have a large automated deck that can quickly offload collected cuttings from the lake bed.

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