Work Reports 2022

Post Season Work Summary 

Post-Season Week 3: September 26-30

Despite the wet weather this week, (only worked in-lake 1.5 days) we again had crews performing post season work. The mobi crew focused on near shore build-up while the skimming crew collected floating masses. Both crews worked along the Lakewood shore from the CLA north to Ashville Bay. They then spent a day in Stow working from Woodlawn south to the bridge and below the bridge in Hadley Bay.

Tomorrow we will be moving equipment south from Long Point to the CLA shop.

This week we removed 1 truckload = 10 tons
To date post season crews have removed 23 truckloads = 230 tons

Next week we will begin removing our equipment from the water and reading it for winter.

 

Post-Season Week 2: September 19-23

Despite the wet weather and heavy winds this week we again had crews in the southern basin performing post season work. The mobi crew focused on near shore build-up while the skimming crew collected floating masses. Both crews worked along Old Fluvanna from Denslow to Greenhurst. Crews then crossed and began working south along the Lakewood shore.

This week we removed 9 truckloads = 90 tons
To date post season crews have removed 22 truckloads = 220 tons

Next week looks like it will be challenging due to rain but we plan to continue working with both the mobi and skimming crews.

 

Post-Season Week 1: September 12-16

This week there were in-lake crews in the southern basin performing post season work!

The mobi crew focused on near shore build-up. They completed Burtis Bay, working from the apartments to the CLA. The skimming crew collected floaters. They completed the area from the Harbor Hotel south through the Celoron marinas then began working north along Old Fluvanna to Greenhurst.

To date post season crews have removed 13 truckloads = 130 tons (260,000#)

Next week we will continue working along Old Fluvanna with both the mobi and skimming crews.

Work Summary: August 29-September 1

This was a challenging week for the CLA with the weather, but we made it through and ended with sunshine today.

This week the Lakewood Harvester worked with the Mobi South crew in Burtis Bay. They did not get all the way through the bay, but they definitely made a difference… working from the first dock after the apartments to Linwood Ave. The harvester then cut navigational paths along the Celoron Marinas. The very small shore crew worked along the Lakewood shore from CLA to Shadyside.

The Long Point Harvesting Crew completed the west shore to Chautauqua Institution then crossed to the Lutheran Camp working south to Bemus Bay. Additionally, they cut navigational paths through the narrows on both Bemus and Stow sides. The small shore crew worked through the Bemus business district north through Bemus Bay to Long Point then crossed to the Sportsman Club and Power Boat Club. One day was also spent with the Mayville Crew.

The Mayville Harvesting and Shore Crews worked together with the Mobi North Crew along the east shore of Sea Lion Drive in Hartfield Bay to Knight Rd. Additionally, they picked up piles in Irwin Bay.

This is the final week of service. Next week we will be moving equipment south for the season.

ACTIVITY THIS WEEK:

  • Lakewood Crew removed 15 truckloads = 300,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Long Point Crew removed 4 truckloads = 80,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Mayville Crew removed 6 truckloads = 120,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake

Included in those totals: 

  • Mobi South Crew removed 20 harvester loads = 200,000 pounds
  • Mobi North Crew removed 10 harvester loads = 100,000 pounds


TO DATE
440 large truckloads = 8,800,000# have been removed from the lake during regular season
232 truckloads from Lakewood = 4,640,000#
83 truckloads from Long Point = 1,660,000#
125 truckloads from Mayville = 2,500,000#
207 harvester loads from Mobi South = 2,070,000#
143 harvester loads from Mobi North = 1,430,000#

Work Summary: August 22-26

One more week of regular season!

This week the Lakewood Harvesting Crew worked with the mobis along the east shore from Townline to Denslow. Next week they will be in Burtis Bay. The shore crew continued north along the west shore from the CLA to the Y Camp. Additionally, today they cleaned all of the launches throughout the lake.

The Long Point Harvesting Crew worked along the west shore from the bridge to Whitney Bay. The shore crew continued their route along the west shore from Cheneys Point to Sandy Bottom. They also picked up several piles near Midway and visited the business district of Bemus.

The Mayville Harvesting and Shore Crews worked together along the east shore from Hartfield to Camp Onyahsa. Additionally, they collected piles in Irwins Bay.

The North Mobi Crew continued their route along the west shore from the bridge to Lakeside Park in Mayville. As mentioned above the South Mobi Crew completed the area missed from Townline through Denslow.

Next week we will be down to only a few shore crew members. Rather than having a set route they will be traveling to various locations based on need.

ACTIVITY THIS WEEK: 

  • Lakewood Crew removed 22 truckloads = 440,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Long Point Crew removed 10 truckloads = 200,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Mayville Crew removed 7 truckloads = 140,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake

Included in those totals: 

  • Mobi South Crew removed 24 harvester loads = 240,000 pounds
  • Mobi North Crew removed 9 harvester loads = 90,000 pounds



TO DATE
415 large truckloads = 8,300,000# have been removed from the lake during regular season

217 truckloads from Lakewood = 4,340,000#

79 truckloads from Long Point = 1,580,000#

119 truckloads from Mayville = 2,380 000#

187 harvester loads from Mobi South = 1,870,000#

133 harvester loads from Mobi North = 1,330,000#

Work Summary: August 15-19

This week the Lakewood Harvesting and Shore Crew worked along the east shore of Old Fluvanna. Additionally, we added a few extra crew members from the Long Point shore crew and relocated the mobi to assist. Once Fluvanna was completed, they crossed to the Celoron Park area and the Harbor Hotel.

The Long Point Harvesting Crew worked along the west shore from Whitney Bay to Chautauqua Institution. Additionally, they worked in Stow from the bridge north to Tom’s Point. The shore crew continued their route along the east shore from the Casino to Yost Rd. Then crossed to Ashville Bay, working north to Cheney’s Point. Additionally, we took a few crew members to assist the south crew in Fluvanna and to clean the Celoron launch.

The Mayville Harvesting and Shore Crews worked together along the west shore from the Park to Lighthouse Point.

The North Mobi Crew continued south from Maple Springs to Greenhurst.

The South Mobi Crew completed their route along the west shore from Ashville to the Stow Ferry. They were then relocated in Fluvanna to assist with the cleanup along Old Fluvanna then worked from harbor hotel south to the marinas.

Though we have a couple weeks left until Labor Day this was the last week with full crews as many of our employees have left for college or have high school sporting obligations. We will do our best to keep working even with the limited staff.

ACTIVITY THIS WEEK:

  • Lakewood Crew removed 24 truckloads = 480,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Long Point Crew removed 8 truckloads = 160,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Mayville Crew removed 7 truckloads = 140,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake


Included in those totals:

  • Mobi South Crew removed 22 harvester loads = 220,000 pounds
  • Mobi North Crew removed 5.5 harvester loads = 55,000 pounds
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TO DATE

376 large truckloads = 7,520,000# have been removed from the lake during regular season

195 truckloads from Lakewood = 3,900,000#

69 truckloads from Long Point = 1,380,000#

112 truckloads from Mayville = 2,240,000#

163 harvester loads from Mobi South = 1,630,000#

124 harvester loads from Mobi North = 1,240,000#

Work Summary: August 8-12

This was a tough week with manpower issues, but we made it through.

The Lakewood Harvesting Crew worked along the west shore from the CLA to the Lakewood beach. Additionally, they assisted the shore crew on Old Fluvanna. The shore crew continued south along the east shore along Old Fluvanna to the Bittersweet area.

The Long Point Harvesting Crew worked along the west shore from the bridge to Whitney Bay. The shore crew continued their route along the east shore from Maple Springs to the Casino. They also picked up several roadside piles near Midway.

The Mayville Harvesting and Shore Crews worked together along the east shore in Hartfield Bay from Sandlewood to the Lutheran Camp. They also picked up several piles in Irwin’s Bay.

The North Mobi Crew continued their route from Hartfield Bay to Dewittville Bay and south to Sunset Bay.

The South Mobi Crew continued north through Sherman’s Bay and Ashville Bay and up lake to Ramsey Rd just below Hadley Bay.

ACTIVITY THIS WEEK: 

  • Lakewood Crew removed 16 truckloads = 320,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Long Point Crew removed 9 truckloads = 180,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Mayville Crew removed 20 truckloads = 400,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake

Included in those totals: 

  • Mobi South Crew removed 12 harvester loads = 120,000 pounds
  • Mobi North Crew removed 20 harvester loads = 200,000 pounds

TO DATE

337 large truckloads = 6,740,000# have been removed from the lake during regular season

171 truckloads from Lakewood = 3,420,000#

61 truckloads from Long Point = 1,220,000#

105 truckloads from Mayville = 2,100,000#

141 harvester loads from Mobi South = 1,410,000#

118.5 harvester loads from Mobi North = 1,259,000#

Work Summary: August 1-5

This week the Lakewood Harvesting Crew with assistance from the Long Point harvesters, continued through Burtis Bay to the CLA. Then crossed and assisted the shore crew. The shore crew continued south along the east shores of Old Fluvanna from Townline Rd to just north of Bittersweet.

The Long Point Harvesting Crew headed back north mid-week working along the west shore from Ashville Bay to just above the ferry in Stow. The shore crew continued their route along the west shore from Ashville Bay to Chautauqua Inst. Then crossed to the Lutheran Camp working south to the Vikings. They also picked up several piles near Midway.

The Mayville Harvesting and Shore Crews worked together along the east shore from Mayville Park along Bird & Tree, then Sandlewood and back into Hartfield Bay. They also pick up several piles in Irwins Bay.

The North Mobi Crew continued their route from south from Dewittville Bay to Long Point. From there they crossed heading north along the west shore back to Sea Lion Drive in Hartfield Bay.

The South Mobi Crew continued through Burtis Bay to the Lakewood launch. Then continued north to the Lakewood beach area.

ACTIVITY THIS WEEK: 

  • Lakewood Crew removed 38 truckloads = 760,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Long Point Crew removed 8 truckloads = 160,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Mayville Crew removed 8 truckloads = 160,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake

Included in those totals:

  • Mobi South Crew removed 33 harvester loads = 330,000 pounds
  • Mobi North Crew removed 14 harvester loads = 140,000 pounds

    TO DATE

    292 large truckloads = 5,840,000# have been removed from the lake during regular season

    155 truckloads from Lakewood = 3,100,000#

    52 truckloads from Long Point = 1,040,000#

    85 truckloads from Mayville = 1,700,000#

    129 harvester loads from Mobi South = 1,290,000#

    98.5 harvester loads from Mobi North = 985,000#

Work Summary: July 25-29

This was an amazing week for weed removal!

This week the Lakewood Harvesting Crew, with assistance from the Long Point Harvesters and Transport, completed the east shore from Greenhurst to Denslow Ave along Old Fluvanna. From there they went to the Celoron marina area clearing navigational paths and working their way north into Burtis Bay. The shore crew also worked south along the east shore from Greenhurst to Lake Street along Old Fluvanna.

The Mayville Harvesting and Shore Crews, with assistance from the Long Point Shore Crews, worked together through Dewittville Bay then began traveling south along the east shore through Camp Onysaha along East Lake Road towards Bayberry Landing.

The North Mobi Crew continued their route from along the east shore through Hartfield Bay and Dewittville Bay towards Bayberry Landing.

The South Mobi Crew continued through Burtis Bay along Longview to Leslie Street.

Next week the Long Point Harvesting Crew will again be assisting the south crew in the Burtis Bay area.

 

ACTIVITY THIS WEEK

  • Lakewood Crew removed 54 truckloads = 1,080,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Long Point Harvesting Crew worked in the south and the Shore Crew worked in the north
  • Mayville Crew removed 31 truckloads = 620,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake

Included in those totals: 
Mobi South Crew removed 38 harvester loads = 380,000 pounds
Mobi North Crew removed 39 harvester loads = 390,000 pounds

 

TO DATE

238 large truckloads = 4,760,000# have been removed from the lake during regular season

117 truckloads from Lakewood = 2,340,000#

44 truckloads from Long Point = 88,000#

77 truckloads from Mayville = 1,540,000#

96 harvester loads from Mobi South = 960,000#

 84.5 harvester loads from Mobi North = 845,000#

Work Summary: July 18-22

Despite Monday’s rain out we had a great week!

This week the Lakewood Harvesting Crew worked along the east shore from Heinaman Road to Cherry St on Old Fluvanna. The shore crew also worked south along the east shore from Driftwood to East Ave in Greenhurst.

The Long Point Harvesting Crew worked along the east shore from the Lutheran Camp to the bridge. Additionally, they spent a day in Dewittville Bay. The shore crew continued their route along the east shore from Maple Springs to Yost Rd. They also picked up several piles near Midway and the Villa.

The Mayville Harvesting and Shore Crews worked together along the east shore in Hartfield Bay from Sandlewood to Wooglin. Additionally, the harvesters spent a day in Dewittville Bay.

The North Mobi Crew continued their route from Irwin’s Bay to Sandlewood.

The South Mobi Crew continued through Burtis Bay from the apartments to Livingston.

Next week the center crew will be relocating to help both the north and south crews in problem areas.

ACTIVITY THIS WEEK:

  • Lakewood Crew removed 21 truckloads = 420,,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Long Point Crew removed 4 truckloads = 80,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Mayville Crew removed 16 truckloads = 320,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake

Included in those totals:

  • Mobi South Crew removed 13.5 harvester loads = 135,000 pounds
  • Mobi North Crew removed 13 harvester loads = 130,000 pounds

TO DATE

153 large truckloads = 3,060,000# have been removed from the lake during regular season

63 truckloads from Lakewood = 1,260,000#

44 truckloads from Long Point = 880,000#

46 truckloads from Mayville = 920,000#

58 harvester loads from Mobi South = 580,000#

45.5 harvester loads from Mobi North = 455,000#

Work Summary: July 11 – 15

This week the Lakewood Harvesting Crew continued working along Sherman’s Bay from Denslow to the War Vets area. Additionally, they continued to harvest navigational lanes into the marina area in Celoron. The shore crew continued north along the west shore through Sherman’s Bay stopping today near Lowe Ave. along West Summit.

The South Mobi Crew continued south along the east shore from Greenhurst to Bittersweet along Old Fluvanna.

The Long Point Harvesting Crew continued north along the west shore through Whitney Bay to Chautauqua Institution. The shore crew continued south along the east shore from Midway Park to Crestview Drive.

The Mayville Harvesting and Shore Crews worked south along the west shore from Irwin’s Bay to Chautauqua Institution. They then crossed to the east shore working north from the Lutheran Camp towards Point Chautauqua.

The North Mobi Crew worked south along the east shore from Dewittville Bay to Broadway Road in Maple Springs.

Activity this week:

  • Lakewood Crew removed 9 truckloads = 180,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Long Point Crew removed 8 truckloads = 160,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Mayville Crew removed 12 truckloads = 240,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake

Included in those totals:

  • Mobi South Crew removed 14.5 harvester loads = 145,000 pounds
  • Mobi North Crew removed 11 harvester loads = 115,000 pounds

TO DATE:

112 large truckloads = 2,240,000# have been removed from the lake during regular season

Lakewood to date: 42 truckloads = 840,000#s

Long Point to date: 40 truckloads = 800,000#

Mayville to date: 30 truckloads = 600,000#s

Mobi south to date: 44.5 harvester loads = 445,000#s

Mobi north to date: 32.5 harvester loads = 325,000#s

PLEASE NOTE: Our harvesting crews have NOT been 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 30 days. As of TODAY crews will be working in all areas. Please understand, there were widespread treatment areas throughout the lake. We will do our best to service all areas going forward. To learn more about what areas are being treated please contact your town or village.

Work Summary: July 5 – 8

This week the Lakewood Harvesting Crew continued working along Old Fluvanna from Denslow to the War Vets area. Additionally, they continued to harvest navigational lanes into the marina area in Celoron. The shore crew continued north along the west shore through Sherman’s Bay stopping today near Lowe Ave along West Summit.

The South Mobi Crew continued south along the east shore from Greenhurst to Bittersweet along Old Fluvanna.

The Long Point Harvesting Crew continued north along the west shore through Whitney Bay to Chautauqua Inst. The shore crew continued south along the east shore from Midway Park to Crestview Drive.

The Mayville Harvesting and Shore Crews worked south along the west shore from Irwin’s Bay to Chautauqua Inst. They then crossed to the east shore working north from the Lutheran Camp towards Point Chautauqua.

The North Mobi Crew worked south along the east shore from Dewittville Bay to Broadway Rd in Maple Springs.

Activity This Week

  • Lakewood Crew removed 12 truckloads = 240,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Long Point Crew removed 6 truckloads = 120,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Mayville Crew removed 6 truckloads = 120,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Included in those totals…
    Mobi South Crew removed 9 harvester loads = 90,000 pounds
    Mobi North Crew removed 10 harvester loads = 100,000 pounds

     

    TO DATE

     

    83 large truckloads = 1,660,000# have been removed from the lake during regular season

     

    Lakewood to date: 33 truckloads = 660,000#s

     

    Long Point to date: 32 truckloads = 640,000#

     

    Mayville to date: 18 truckloads = 360,000#s

     

    Mobi south to date: 30 harvester loads = 300,000#s

     

    Mobi north to date: 21 harvester loads = 210,000#s

    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 27 – July 1

This week the Lakewood Harvesting Crew worked in Celoron harvesting the marinas and cutting navigational paths towards the outlet. From there they continued north along Old Fluvanna. Working from Denslow to the War Vets area. The shore crew headed north along the west shore from CLA shop through Lakewood and into Sherman’s Bay.

The Long Point Harvesting Crew worked along the east shore through Arnold’s Bay to the Cheney Farm. From there they crossed to the west shore heading north from Cheney’s Point towards Stow and on to Whitney Bay. The shore crew completed a missed area in stow near the Ferry then completed their route along the east shore from Center Street in Bemus Bay to the Cheney Farm. They then crossed to the west shore working north from Ashville Marina into Stow and on to Chautauqua Inst. They then crossed and began working south from the Lutheran Camp to Midway Park.

The South Mobi Crew continued south along the east shore from Arnolds Bay towards Fluvanna, stopping today near Bell Ave.

The Mayville Harvesting and Shore Crews worked together along the east shore from Hartfield Bay to the Lutheran Camp. Then from the park to Lighthouse Point/Irwin Bay.

The North Mobi Crew worked south along the east shore from the Mayville Park to Dewittville Bay, stopping today near Ericsson Lane.

ACTIVITY THIS WEEK

  • Lakewood Crew removed 12 truckloads = 240,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Long Point Crew removed 6 truckloads = 120,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Mayville Crew removed 7 truckloads = 140,000 pounds of vegetation from Chautauqua Lake
  • Included in those totals…
    Mobi South Crew removed 11 harvester loads = 110,000 pounds
    Mobi North Crew removed 11 harvester loads = 110,000 pounds

Crews will be off on Monday due to the 4th of July holiday but will return on Tuesday, continuing their routes.

TO DATE: 59 large truckloads = 1,180,000# 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 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.

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.

2022 Pre-Season Work Summary 

 
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#