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Hague Brook cleaned

A sediment pond on Hague Brook is cleaned out as part of a joint project between the Lake George Association, the Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District, the town of Hague and the town of Bolton.

A sediment pond on Hague Brook is cleaned out as part of a joint project between the Lake George Association, the Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District, the town of Hague and the town of Bolton.

— A total of 715 cubic yards of material were removed from the Hague sites. The Hague highway department hauled all of the sediment; Morrissey Construction did the excavating.

In Bolton, just over 600 cubic yards of material were removed from four basins. The basins were located on Finkle Brook, Huddle Brook, and Indian Brook. Bolton Highway Department handled all of the trucking and Morrissey Construction did the excavating. Reale Construction transported the excavator from site to site daily.

‘‘This is truly a team effort with all of the parties involved,’’ LGA Executive Director Walt Lender of Ticonderoga said. ‘‘It is really great to have the municipalities support the cleanouts every year and Jim Lieberum from Soil and Water did an excellent job working with Randy Rath, LGA’s project manager, to coordinate all of the logistics of the entire effort including project oversight.’’

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