Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Fish Die in Droves When the Water Level in Guilford Lake is Lowered

If you are going to lower the level of your lake in advance of a storm and it leads to 10,000 fish being killed because they don't have enough water, as the Guilford Lakes Improvement Association did, you probably should notify state environmental officials ahead of time. They tend to frown on that sort of thing. The New Haven Register has an interesting story about how good intentions can have bad results, here.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

When the New Haven Register writes an article, they should rely on more than one source for their facts. Everything from the DEP, Fire Marshal and State Representative was opinion.

7:01 PM  

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