Caution : 194.1' | 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 6, 2005 in General, in Debris
FOTL executive board is participating in workshops with NGC and other stakeholders concerning the Shoreline Management Plan (SMP). NGC is mandated from FERC to submit several plans including the SMP as part of NGC re-licence permit. NGC has retained the Essex Partnership group to outline, research and write this plan. Several workshops and public hearings will be done as part of this process. The SMP will be addressing NGC owned shoreline management policies, this includes the permitting process for docks, seawalls and lakefront access. Environmental fragile areas will be inventoried and a plan on how to manage the shoreline will be developed. FOTL will notify all members when a final draft is completed and the dates of future public hearings. To date this process has been hampered by misinformation and rumors and until a tangible draft is submitted it is hard to comment. Please review the update on the Essex Partnership website for more information. http://www.essexpartnership.com
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