accomplishments to date
DEEP Inland Fisheries Division agrees to the Town’s request for a one year
cessation of annual channel catfish stockings in Lower Bolton Lake.
Town of Bolton approves $35,000 expenditure for chemical treatment of Lower Bolton Lake.
Bolton Board of Selectmen holds public informational meeting to update residents of town commitments to treat Lower Bolton Lake weeds and algae.
Town of Bolton signs agreement for an Aquatic Control Technology to address problems at Lower Bolton Lake
Large turnout for first public FBL meeting with presentation on
rain gardens by Michael Dietz. 85+ FBL members and counting.
Letter-writing campaign resulting in a meeting with local
legislators and proposed Bill HB 5841: An Act Concerning Lower and Middle Bolton
Lakes. The bill has been referred to Finance, Revenue and Bonding. FBL members will
receive email notice when a public hearing is scheduled.
Formation of Friends of Bolton Lakes Inc. as a legal entity. Establishment of FBL
Board of Directors.
Town of Bolton allocates funds for Lake Consultant, George Knoecklein, to address
aquatic concerns on Lower Bolton Lake.
Request and appointment by Town of Bolton for a Lake Commissioner for Lower
Bolton Lake who participates in meetings with local towns and state