Webinar: Towns and Lakes Working Together Through Zoning and Water Quality Issues
July 23 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am CDT
Princeton Hydro, LLC’s Senior Project Manager in Aquatics Chris Mikolajczyk will present “A Regional Based Approach to the Management of Lakes in the Borough of Ringwood, NJ”. The Borough of Ringwood is situated in the heart of the New Jersey Highlands (which provides drinking water to millions of New Jersey residents) and is home to several public and private lakes that sit within the Ramapo Mountains. In order to take an active role in the management of these natural resources, within multiple watersheds, the Borough of Ringwood is the first municipality in the state of New Jersey to take a regional approach to private lake management through a public-private partnership with four lake associations.
NYSFOLA Board Member, Town of Nelson NY Supervisor, and Eatonbrook Lake Association member Jim Cunningham will be talking about the role of local government in lake management using recent experiences and examples from Madison County, NY.