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Greenwood Lake Drawdown Leads to Low Water Levels
Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of the summer season, is typically a busy time on Greenwood Lake which spreads over New York and New Jersey. This year however, due to the lake being about two-feet shy of its usual depth for this time of year, many fishing outings, pontoon parties, and skiing excursions have been canceled; the lake is too shallow for the boats to even launch.

Last fall, the Greenwood Lake Commission began a four-month drawdown, done every four or five years to help prevent weed growth and allow lakefront property owners to repair docks and bulkheads. A snowless winter and dry spring have left little water to refill the lake.

 
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