As of 10 minutes ago, Ossipee Lake is back to the summer level of 407.25, just as scheduled.
In a recent ruling, a Superior Court judge clarified that her February decision to deny a complaint by Westward Shores campers against the campground’s previous owners, Anthony Aversa and Joan Brassill, pertains only to one of the four counts alleged in the case. The other three counts of the class action lawsuit remain open and unresolved.
Discovered three times last year on Ossipee Lake, cyanobacteria are on the rise around the state due to warming temperatures and increased phosphorus from runoff. It can be benign or it can be toxic, and it’s something every lake property owner should understand, as we found out at last weekend’s Wolfeboro Water Summit.
Despite continued funding uncertainties, five potential bidding contractors attended a DES-hosted meeting at the site to assess the project. Bids are due on May 3rd.
Famously secretive, rails are usually heard rather than seen. But this is the time of year when you might spot one, and the best place to try is just a few miles from the lake.