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Planning Board to discuss Petruccelli on October 7

The Lewisboro Planning Board announced that they will add a Planning Board meeting on Tuesday, October 7.  The Petruccelli applications will be discussed  at this meeting.  This is not a public hearing, so the public is not invited to speak.  The discussion will take place among the Planning Board members. 

It is likely that at the end of the discussion, the Planning Board will give direction about what the resolution should contain, and they will vote on that resolution at their October 21 meeting.

It is not clear how much discussion will take place.  However, if you want to hear any discussion first hand, please consider attending this meeting.  At this point, the Petruccelli discussion appears to be the only item on the agenda, so I expect the discussion to start at about 7:30 pm. 

Click the link to find out more about this proposed development.

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BAD new invasive plant found in Lake Waccabuc


Water chestnut found in Lake Waccabuc!

This plant can be controlled if it is found early, but we need you to keep an eye out. 

This is the only floating plant in our lakes with jagged or toothed edges, and  the leaves are arranged in a rosette. 

If you see it, please pull it and try to get the roots up.  Let us know anyplace you spot it.

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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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