Work Reports 2022

Work Summary: June 20 – 24

This week the Lakewood Harvesting Crew completed the Ashville Bay area and continued up lake to Cheney’s point. They then crossed to the east shore working from the Cheney Farm to Sheldon Hall. From there they continued south to the Fishing Association and cutting navigational paths through the channel.

The Long Point Harvesting Crew worked along the west shore from the Ashville Marina to Chautauqua Inst. They then crossed to the east shore working south from Midway Park back to Long Point. They then continued south from Shore Acres through Arnold’s Bay to Colburn Rd. The Shore Crew began at the Ashville Bay marina working north along the west shore through Stow to Chautauqua Inst. They then crossed to the east shore and began working south from the Lutheran Camp back to Long Point and onto Lakeside Drive.

The Mayville Harvesting and Shore Crew began at the park, then continued south along the east shore. They worked along Bird and Tree, then Sea Lion Drive and into Hartfield Bay. Crews stopped just before Wooglin.

The Mobi Crew began a Long Point and continued south along the east shore to Shore Acres/Arnold’s Bay.

ACTIVITY THIS WEEK

  • Lakewood Crew removed 4 truckloads = 80,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Long Point Crew removed 10 truckloads = 200,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Mayville Crew removed 5 truckloads = 100,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake

20 Mobi Skimmer Loads were removed this week = 100,000 pounds. Their tonnage was included with the supporting crew.

Next week we will again be working from all (3) locations, Mayville, Long Point and Lakewood. Shore crews and harvesters will be in all locations. There will also be 2 mobi crews. All crews will continue their circular routes.

TO DATE:                                                                                                                                                          34 large truckloads = 680,000 pounds have been removed from the lake during regular season

PLEASE NOTE: Our harvesting crews will NOT be working in any of the areas treated with ProcellaCOR in June. We have been asked by the applicators not to harvest in these areas for the next 30 days. Please understand, there are widespread treatment areas throughout the lake. To learn more about what areas are being treated please contact your town or village.

Work Summary: June 13 – 17

This week the Lakewood Crew worked along the east shore from the Cheney Farm to Sheldon Hall. From there they continued south along Old Fluvanna. Working from Bittersweet to Denslow. They then crossed to the west shore from the Fishing Association to Holiday Harbor. Then then began working the west shore of Ashville Bay.

The Long Point Crew worked along the west shore from the Ashville Marina to Chautauqua Inst. Friday we moved equipment to Mayville as we continued north.

ACTIVITY THIS WEEK

  • Lakewood Crew removed 5 truckloads = 100,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Long Point Crew removed 10 truckloads = 200,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake

Next week we will begin working from all (3) locations, Mayville, Long Point and Lakewood. Shore crews will begin in Mayville and Long Point. Lakewood’s shore crew will start the 27th.

2022 LOAD TOTALS TO DATE

99
LARGE TRUCKLOADS
99
POUNDS REMOVED
To date the CLA has removed 15 large truckloads = 300,000 pounds from the lake during regular season

PLEASE NOTE: Our harvesting crews will NOT be working in any of the areas treated with ProcellaCOR in June. We have been asked by the applicators not to harvest in these areas for the next 30 days. Please understand, there are widespread treatment areas throughout the lake. To learn more about what areas are being treated please contact your town or village.

This week we continued our pre-season harvesting. Next week regular season begins. Our south crew worked north along the west shore from the CLA to Ashville Bay. The north crew worked along the west shore in Whitney Bay, then upper and lower Stow and finally back to Shore Acres.
 
24 truckloads were removed this week = 480,000#’s!

Another great week of pre-season harvesting! 

The south crew continued working in Burtis Bay then moved to the east shore of Fluvanna from Denslow Ave to Bell Ave. From there they went back through the Celoron marinas. 

The north crew focused on navigational paths in Shore Acres.

27 truckloads were removed.
That’s 540,000 pounds!!!

Next week the south crew will head north along the west shore of Lakewood. The north crew will be working along the west shore to Whitney Bay.

We had two crews harvesting due to a special pre-season project funded by local foundations. One crew was working from our shop in Lakewood (south crew) while the other was based out of Long Point (north crew). The south crew worked at the Celoron Marinas, then headed north along the west shore from the CLA to Cheney’s Point, then back to Burtis Bay clearing navigational paths and harvesting early vegetation. The north crew focused on upper and lower stow along the west shore then crossed to the east shore working in the Shore Acres area.

A total of 20 Truckloads were removed!
That’s 400,000#