The Greenwood Lake Commission announces that during its stump reduction project of some 1,200 stumps in Greenwood Lake, one of the largest and most dangerous floating stump fields recently rose to the surface. With the good help of local residents Carol and John Joseph and Dan Mason, markers were secured on the stumps.
Stumpbusters, the contractor working on the stump reduction project, along with the help of Dan Sullivan, of Small Craft Marina and the Town Weed Harvester, this longtime menacing debris field was successfully cut and removed. This will be the most important part of the entire project because of the extreme danger it has posed for all these many years.
The Commission also is making available for sale (tax deductible donations) all of the priceless old growth stumps that have been cut and removed from the lake. They range from 200 to 400 years old. Anyone interested can call (973) 506-7800 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.