Lake Inspectors

Lake Inspectors play a critical role in our efforts to prevent the spread of invasive aquatic plants, especially Eurasian Water Milfoil, to our lakes. Lake Inspectors are assigned a segment of the Canada Lakes that they inspect each August. They are provided with manuals and taken on a field trip to Caroga Lake to view Eurasian Water Milfoil growing. The linked page identifies the inspectors and the territories they cover.  If you encounter a plant that you think might be an invasive species, you are encouraged to contact the inspector responsible for that particular area.


CLCA News & Events 7/4/2017

July 4th Water Level Update

As of 7AM July 4, lake level at Green Lake Bridge was 13 inches above summer normal, and down 9 inches over past 24 hours. 
The DEC opened the dam to 22 inches on the morning of July 3, after opening it to 10 inches on July 2. At present rate, normal lake level is expected by late Thursday July 6.
Bill Fielding, on behalf of the CLCA, urged DEC on July 1 to open the dam 22 to 25 inches. A further urgent request was made at 7AM on July2 and DEC opened the dam to 10 inches that afternoon.
At 6PM on July 2 CLCA again asked DEC to open to 20 inches, and then at 7AM on July 3 upped the recommended opening to 22 inches. DEC finally opened the dam to that level at approximately 9AM July 3.
Further updates will be sent if warranted.
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Local News 3/22/2018

Proposed Schoharie County Jail clears final hurdle

Construction could begin soon...

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