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GBRA/FOLM- Lake update June 23, 2018
GBRA has set the schedule to begin repairs of the dam and spillways for Lake McQueeney the week of July 23, 2018.

In April, the lake level was lowered for one day to identify submerged items that could be a hazard with the lower lake level. Starting the week before the project, GBRA crews will begin to deploy bouys at the locations identified. Click here to see GBRA press release. 

Lake users need to be prepared for the lake elevation to be lowered by 18-24inches beginning Monday, July 23, 2018. Please contact GBRA directly if you have any questions or concerns. Contact: Ja’Nise Solitaire, (830) 379-5822, jsolitaire@gbra.org 

Lake McQueeney - Know your Lake be Safe!
Click here for Lake McQueeney Map. 

Lake McQueeney Dam Repairs

Lake McQueeney Dam Repairs
From your Friends of Lake McQueeney Board of Directors:

FOLM continually works with GBRA (Guadalupe Blanco River Authority) to improve conditions on the lake. GBRA has begun repair activities on area lakes, spill gates, and dams to address critical components that are in need of immediate repair. Due to the nature of these repairs, a strict timetable of work expected for each spill gate has not been feasible, but work is expected to take at least six months at each dam.

Based on the current progress, GBRA believes repairs at Lake McQueeney will begin as soon as the end of May. To assist affected property owners in planning for lowered lake levels, GBRA will begin lowering the lake on Tuesday, May 29, 2018. The lake level is expected to be down 18-24 inches for the duration of the repair activities. The main river channel should be available for activity. We appreciate your understanding of the situation.

To read the entire article, click here.

Please Pick Up After Your Pet

Please Pick Up After Your Pet
Would you walk your dog and allow your dog to go "potty" on a neighbor’s lawn and leave it there for their children to step on and for them to pick up? Of course not! Believe it or not, that is what some pet owners do.

It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it. Picking up your pooch’s poop is a part of responsible dog ownership. Besides just being considerate towards others, there are some pretty important reasons why you should always pick up after your pet.

Studies show that animal waste, especially from dogs, plays a roll in polluting our waters. Runoff from our cities and towns carries bacteria and nutrients from decaying animal waste into our water systems where the introduced bacteria can cause illness. Dog poop left outside can cause parasite and disease transmission to other pets, and even to wild animals. Dog poop left outside can also attract unwanted visitors, such as mice, rats, and insects.

In many areas, cleaning up after your dog is the law! If caught not scooping the poop, you could be faced with paying a fine. Cleaning up after your pet is just common courtesy. You are the one who decided to get a dog, so you should be the one to take responsibility to clean up after it. You never know, if you set a good example, other dog owners in your area might also take the initiative to clean up after their pets too.

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