Complete question: I have reviewed the NEORSD video on Horseshoe Lake and appreciate the recommendations. Green Lake is lovely now, but the trees surrounding most of the public part of it greatly limit our ability to see it. Are they necessary for the health of the lake and environment? Or could they be thinned some and other riparian vegetation provided that is lower so we could see this lake rather than as now it seems like a private lake mostly for the 10 or so houses that abut it.
Answer: Yes, Public Works can trim the vegetation in this area to allow for easier viewing of the lake. We appreciate the input.
Posted August 6 in response to question to submitted for August 9 public meeting.