Safe for Recreational use : 193.8' | What is this?
This is the current water level of Lake Lillinonah. Our safety indicator should be used as a guideline only; higher lake elevations cause more floating debris. Always use caution and watch out for floating debris when navigating Lake Lillinonah.
Safest: below 194'
Debris presence unlikely - safe for recreational use.
Caution: 194' to 195'
Debris possibly present - caution advised.
Use Extreme Caution: above 195'
Debris likely present - dangerous.
Posted: November 22, 2005 in General, in Pollution
From: THE NEWS-TIMES There are two constants in dealing with the environment. One is that people pollute things. The other is that it takes time, effort and money to get that pollution under control. And it's money that's now missing, in the continuing effort to clean up Lake Lillinonah Speaking forcefully at a forum on Lake Lillinonah's health last week, Curt Johnson, senior attorney for the Connecticut Fund for the Environment, told an audience of more than 80 people that the General Assembly had, in effect, cut all funding for clean water projects in the state. Read Article: http://news.newstimeslive.com/story.php?id=76904&category=Local
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