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Dredging of Falcon Lake Boathouse Access Channels

Posted on: November 29, 2016  |   ,

A meeting was held on October 26th to discuss the Owner’s  response to the Dredging Survey distributed to the approximate 120 boathouse owners using the access channels in Blocks #10, and #12 / 23, on the South Shore of Falcon Lake.

Click the link below for a Record of the Meeting.

record-of-meeting-of-oct-26-16

One response to “Dredging of Falcon Lake Boathouse Access Channels”

  1. aroberts4@shaw.ca says:

    The Province has decided not to support our request for funding of an Engineering Study into the cost of dredging these boat access channels. Maintenance which should have been done at least twice in the intervening 50 years since their original construction, could not be included in the 2017 / 18 budget – even though the request was made on behalf of the cottagers in November of 2016. Dredging is needed to increase the available operating range of the lake level from the current 6 inches to 12 inches, and reduce the size and cost of the new Level Control structure being designed by Manitoba Infrastructure.

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