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Petruccelli Application Public Hearing Continues June 17, 2014

Mr. Petruccelli's application to build a house and septic system within a wetland and wetland buffer on Oscaleta Road had a public hearing on November 19, 2013,  January 28, and February 25, 2014.  The Three Lakes Council voiced significant concerns about the impact of this home on the water quality of the three lakes.  Thanks to the many residents who wrote or attended this hearing at the town offices at the lower level of the Cross River Shopping Center.  We need your continued support at the next meeting.

Update! The public hearing has been rescheduled to June 17, 2014.  Please save the date!  Plan now to attend to show your concerns with this application and hear the Planning Board consider this application.  

We continue to update the web page. Find more information on this application by clicking the "read more" link below.

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Water Quality Reports for 2013 are Posted!

Three Lakes Council participates in CSLAP to monitor water quality each  year.  The 2013 CSLAP reports are now available.  Find them by clicking on the read more link below. 

Waccabuc continues its trend towards higher phosphorus levels.  The other lakes show limited year to year trends, however all the the lakes tend to have higher algae levels later in each season.

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 Introducing the Three Lakes Council Minimize

The Three Lakes Council was organized in 1970 to lead and coordinate the environmental efforts for the Lake Waccabuc - Oscaleta - Rippowam watershed in the Town of Lewisboro, New York.


Our mission is to preserve and protect the entire 2,200 acre watershed through education, conservation and prevention.  We are the only non-profit association in the watershed with this mission, and we rely on the financial generosity and volunteer efforts of many lake area residents to accomplish our goals.

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The NYS DEC hazardous spill response hotline is  1-800-457-7362. 

Westchester County Department of Health hotline for public health emergencies is  914 813-5000.

Three Lakes Council , PO Box 241, South Salem, NY 10590
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