On Wednesday, June 3rd, the maintenance crew inspected locations of all buoys. We understand that some may have been installed too close or too far from shorelines, or needed better positioned for a cove. To address the concerns, we used a range finder to place the buoys approximately 100 feet from the shorelines. It was very windy and choppy, so buoys may not be exactly 100 feet. I also understand that a buoy may not be exactly where one wants them. We did our best with the main goal achieving at least 100′ from the shoreline. We do not plan to adjust any buoys from in front of one shoreline to another.
The goal is to clearly establish safety zones. Boaters, please obey safety zones. You must travel at idle speed in safety zones. Families do swim off the shores or in coves. I encourage kayakers to utilize safety zones. It may be difficult for a boater to see you when in the main body of the lake. Your attention to this safety concern is needed and appreciated by all.
Maintenance also pulled out 3 larger logs from the lake today. Always keep your eye out for large debris in the water. Many times they are very hard to see. Please report any dangerous debris in the lake by calling the office.