Mayor Michael Frances of the Borough of Hopatcong continues to champion Crescent Cove. Which has been called “highly impaired area, within a moderately impaired lake system.” As he approached the Lake Hopatcong Commission during their standard meeting on August 10, 2020.
(20/P35) TRENTON – The Department of Environmental Protection has awarded $3.5 million in grants for projects to reduce the impacts of nonpoint source pollution on waterways, including $1 million for the development of lake and watershed restoration plans to mitigate harmful algal blooms, Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe announced today.
The summer is half over and boats are starting to go back in the water after such a long hiatus due to the pandemic. Of course, we can not forget the tragedy of Curt Mulch who lost his life after the harvester capsized only a few weeks ago. Unfortunately, the overgrowth of weeds in Crescent Cove is still an issue. So the question becomes is it time to reconsider Triploid Grass Carp.