Invasive weeds in the campground’s marina will be pulled by the state at the same time as the weeds found last month in the boat lagoon.
The solar-powered CD3 offers boaters a waterless method of cleaning, draining, drying, and disposing of invasive weeds attached to boats and trailers.
The advisory issued on August 9 was removed by the state on Tuesday, August 13, but visitors and residents are asked to remain on the lookout.
Residents and visitors should avoid affected areas that have been posted, and be on the lookout for water that appears to have blue-green flecks.
Proposed in 2009 and repeatedly delayed by state funding constraints, the $4.96 million dam replacement project is set to start on Monday, August 5, with Massachusetts-based Charter Contracting Company LLC performing the work.