MAYVILLE – Chautauqua County officials are expected to unveil a plan to attack the overabundance of in-lake weeds on Chautauqua Lake this week.
In a media advisory Monday morning Chautauqua County Executive George Borrello announced he will release a strategy that will allow lake agencies and municipalities around Chautauqua Lake to work together to tackle the ever-growing week problem.
Borrello said the agreement, which includes 24 tenets, will allow the groups to more effectively implement in-lake weed management methods.
The County Executive plans to sign the agreement on behalf of the county during the 10 a.m. announcement.
Borrello will be joined by Deputy County Executive for Economic Development Mark Geise; County Watershed Coordinator Dave McCoy; County Legislator and Chair of the Chautauqua Lake and Watershed Management Alliance Pierre Chagnon; and P.E., Principal of Ecology & Environment, Inc. Tom Heins.
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