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New Legislation for Saratoga Lake
The Saratoga Lake Protection and Improvement District introduced draft legislation in July that calls for owners of motorized boats and docks to register with the district every year and for boaters to pay for day or week use passes.

The fee would raise revenue to supplement the group’s efforts to manage non-native aquatic vegetation. Proponents of the legislation question whether the fees are to administer treatment or to reduce the number of boats on the lake. Tim Blodgett, owner of Saratoga Tackle, said he has attended SPLID meetings in the past and there was talk about crowding on the lake. He is concerned about what will become of his business if the laws go through.

 
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