Story by Shelley R. Clapper
At the Greenwood Lake Commission meeting, held on Wed., Oct. 26, everyone wanted to know if the drawdown would end early due to the dry weather conditions. The drawdown of Greenwood Lake began on Tues., Oct. 11 and is scheduled to end on Wed., Feb. 15. The Commission has the option to close the gates and end the drawdown earlier on Sun., Jan. 1.
Public Advised to Do Repairs by Jan. 1
The Commissioners and public officials present expressed their concern that residents who intend to do repairs and restoration on docks and bulk heads during the drawdown should do so soon in case of an early closedown. Village of Greenwood Lake Mayor Jesse Dwyer said that he had been on the radio that day advising residents that they must do any cleanup by Sun., Jan. 1.
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The next G.L. Commission meeting is scheduled to take place on Wed., Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. at the Hillcrest Community Center Room 10, located at 1810 Macopin Rd. in West Milford, NJ.The meeting in December will be held on Wed., Dec. 21 at the Greenwood Lake Senior Center, located at 132 Windermere Ave. in Greenwood Lake. Both meetings will begin at 7 p.m. For additional information and updates, visit www.gwlc.org or call (973) 506-7800.