Monday, December 26, 2016


An unusual and thought provoking story recently appeared in the Sun Sentinel. 
Please think and respond with your opinion.

In 2011, Sidney Reznick, 64 and Joseph Castronova, 25, were involved in  an altercation. Both men, avid pool players, were enjoying the competition in a local Hollywood pool hall. Joseph bragged to Sydney that he was a martial arts expert and put Sidney, against his will, in a choke hold. He struck a pole, and fell to the ground. He was rushed to the hospital and was treated for a "brain bleed".  After rehabilitation, Mr. Reznick, returned to work. His dizzy spells increased and eventually he became bedridden.

Meanwhile Mr. Castronova was convicted of felony battery and was placed on five years probation. He had pleaded guilty to the charge. He was ordered to pay @ $52,000 in restitution to cover medical bills. Mr. Castronova also acknowledged that he was not skilled in martial arts.  

Mr. Reznick died in 2015. His wife ,Anne, had cared for her bedridden husband for three years. An autopsy revealed that he died of "complication of remote blunt head trauma. The manner of death: homicide.

Here is the twist to the story. Anne Reznick does not want Joseph prosecuted. She believes that he has suffered enough and should be given a second chance. Prosecutors say that the victim is allowed to say anything he or she wants but the prosecution must not allow that victim to dictate the course of the case. 

The prosecution is pursuing a manslaughter charge 

What do you think? 

Please respond..   

I know what I think!


Friday, December 16, 2016


   As the season begins, our residents are beginning to gather at poolside. Yes, some like to swim and exercise in the water. Many of us also like to "smooze". Please listen to an amusing and true story.
   Last year "A" told a funny story. Feeling in need of some exercise, she and her friend "G" signed up for a silver sneaker class. The class was offered as a fringe benefit with their health insurance.
   The first class was great but our ladies forgot their water bottles.The day before the next class "A" put her water bottle in the freezer. After all the frozen water would defrost and remain ice cold. Just before class "A" remembered her bottle and looked forward to a refreshing drink at intermission. During the break "A" quickly drank her "water". It tasted a little tart but "A" went back to class and did her exercises in double time! Do you know why? Yes, "A" also kept a bottle of vodka in her freezer and she grabbed the wrong bottle! "G" had to put her arm around  A and escort her to the car!

If, by chance, you do not know who "A" and "G" are just come out to the pool and ask around!

I am sure that you have an amusing story to share. Just send it to me at and we will post it!


Thursday, December 8, 2016

Boca's Building Boom!

Boca's Building Boom!

Recently the Boca Raton Historical Society hosted a trolley tour of five buildings in various stages of construction in the downtown area. When completed these buildings will add @2,000 residential units to our tax base.
The first trolley stop was at 327 Royal Palm Road. This building and the others are all within a couple of miles from Boca Towers. This impressive condo community comes with an impressive price tag..Starting at 1.6 million, this is one of two owner's buildings on the tour.
Palmetto Promenade was the next stop of the day. This is a rental complex located across the way from Eye Catchers Optique. The owner of the optical shop praised all the buildings as highly beneficial to the commercial base of the city. Of course, the rentals are pricey.  The range is $2,000-$5,500/month depending on size and location.
101 Via Mizner was the third stop on the tour. A 366 unit rental community, the leases range from $1700/month.  Amenities here include golf club privileges. Boca City Walk, the 4th stop on the tour, is in the process of being occupied.  About 20% occupied since its August opening, amenities include a pool and courtyard patio.  Rentals start at $3610/month for a 2 bedroom apartment.
Tower 155 was also on this stop.  The condos here will range from $500,000 to 2.2 million.  Owners will be allowed to rent their units for 3 months twice a year.
Finally, the last stop was at the Residences at Mandarin Oriental.  This development is not offering anything for sale and sales reps are offering concepts to prospective owners.

That's the summary. So, what do YOU think?

Please comment. The blog needs more input.


Tuesday, December 6, 2016

PARADE !!! - Yes we have rules...



The annual Boat Parade is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 17 along the Intracoastal.  Our location offers a prime viewing spot for you and your authorized guests to enjoy a pleasant evening.

We have had some unfortunate experience in past years with large parties and unauthorized guests on our property, so the Board and management have decided on a procedure for this year’s event.  This is premised on our House Rule that parties using our pool and patio area are LIMITED TO NO MORE THAN 10 PEOPLE, TO INCLUDE THE UNIT OWNER.  This rule does not apply to parties where residents are congregating amongst themselves.

If you intend to have guests that evening please furnish the office with a list of their names in order to expedite their entry.

Here’s the procedure we will follow:

1.      All vehicles will be stopped at the A1A entry.  Owners and tenants will, of course, be permitted to enter as usual.  Visitors will be asked who they are seeing, and a checklist will be maintained.  Once a total of 10 per unit including the resident is reached any further visitors for that unit will be refused entry.
2.      Authorized visitors will be required to check in at the front desk, where they will obtain a parking pass.
3.      No one other than a person leasing a dock space may dock and/or discharge passengers at the boat dock. Security will monitor the area to assure compliance.
4.      Security will ask parties in excess of the maximum to immediately disperse.  Failure to do so will result in a violation punishable by financial penalties.
5.      Children MUST be supervised at all times; unruly children and their responsible adults will be asked to leave the area.

We’re hoping that all of our residents and their authorized guests can have a fun time without being overwhelmed by excessively large parties and non-authorized people on our premises.

Thanks very much.

Board of Directors
Boca Towers Condominium Association, Inc.

Friday, December 2, 2016


Opinions / Comments / Questions?

Opinions Please!

I am trying to broaden interest in our blog..
For that reason, I want to comment on an article appearing in the Sun-Sentinel.

Just prior to the election, the City moved a voting place. The Islamic Center of Boca Raton was removed from the list of polling locations. A nearby library was added to the list.
I do not know the real reason for this move. Perhaps the city feared for the safety of both the Mosque and the voting public. Churches and Synagogues are routinely used as polling places.

In response to this move, several places of worship have refuse to be used as polling places unless the Mosque is reinstated. .

I have a few questions to ask:
What has happened to the separation of Church and State?
What has happened to the cooperation between Church and State?
Should voting be done in schools...
Forcing the school to be closed for the day, allowing anyone to enter the school?


Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Looks like we are getting a new addition to the beach - Comments?

 Boca Raton: State approves construction of 4-story mansion on beach

Project faces further review from city
after OK catches some off-guard
By Steve Plunkett
    The state’s environmental agency has issued a “notice to proceed” on construction of a controversial beachside mega-mansion, but Boca Raton officials say the owner of the undersized lot has more hurdles to cross.
    “You are hereby granted final authorization to proceed with construction” of a four-story, single-family dwelling at 2500 N. Ocean Blvd., according to the notice issued Oct. 18 by the Department of Environmental Protection.
    The entire lot, located on the ocean between Spanish River Park and Ocean Strand, is east of the state’s Coastal Construction Control Line, which calls for stricter scrutiny of proposed projects.
    But the landowner, Natural Lands LLC, still must pass review by the city’s Environmental Advisory Board and obtain a Coastal Construction Control Line variance and a building permit from Boca Raton, Deputy City Manager George Brown told the City Council on Nov. 22.
    Brown said the city was surprised that the DEP issued the permit without receiving a letter directly from Boca Raton stating that the proposal does not conflict with city zoning codes. The DEP confirmed that “although it is not their usual practice, they accepted a copy of [a city resolution] for the lot width variance, instead of a letter,” Brown said in a memo.
    The state agency’s files show the resolution was sent to Natural Lands with a cover letter in June from city zoning officer John Harbilas, who called it his “response to a request for a zoning confirmation letter.”
    “The subject property satisfies the minimum requirements of the [multifamily zoning] district, including the minimum lot size requirements, and also the minimum setback requirements,” Harbilas wrote the landowner. Natural Lands forwarded the letter to the DEP.
    The City Council in December 2015 reversed a Zoning Board of Adjustment decision that prohibited construction of the 10,432-square-foot house. The zoning board had declined to approve variances for property width and front-yard setbacks.
    Furious residents complained that the structure would change the face of the beach, disorient nesting sea turtles and set a precedent for even more development.
    Council members defended their decision, claiming the city would likely face litigation because more than a dozen similar variances had been approved before. Natural Lands had dropped its request for a front-yard setback, moving the proposed home almost 15 feet closer to the ocean. Approved in a resolution was an 11.5-foot variance from the minimum lot width of 100 feet.
    At the Greater Boca Raton Beach and Park District’s Nov. 14 meeting, Al Zucaro, of citizen watchdog group Boca Watch, said residents were “misled” by the City Council, who told them the proposal “had many steps to go before any reality might be attached to it.”
    “All the other side had to do to get that permit was to demonstrate that the city of Boca Raton had granted the zoning approval. And the variance did that,” Zucaro said.
    Department of Environmental Protection spokeswoman Dee Ann Miller said the CCCL is “a line of regulation, not prohibition” and “should not be confused with setback lines or lines of prohibition which are established through comprehensive plans and local zoning laws.
    “That being said,” Miller continued, “as part of the permitting process an applicant is required to submit written evidence from the local government stating the proposed activity does not conflict with local setback requirements or zoning codes — which the applicant did.”
    The DEP permit, which is posted at the site, expires Oct. 7, 2019. Natural Lands contacted the city Nov. 4 to begin the Environmental Advisory Board review, Brown said. The item will be scheduled for an advisory board meeting once the landowner resolves questions from city staff, he said.

Saturday, November 26, 2016

OCEAN BREEZE Birdie, Par or Bogey?

Birdie, Par or Bogey?

  Ocean Breeze Golf Course is the object of a great deal of debate among those involved in City government. The course is closed and in foreclosure. Wells Fargo is the current owner and Lennar Homes has an agreement to buy the property from the bank. Located off of Clint Moore and near Boca Teeca, the course is rapidly declining and its future is uncertain. 
  The city of Boca Raton has an alternate plan. The Council and Mayor Haney wish to acquire Ocean Breeze from Lennar in exchange for 51 million dollars and the Boca Raton Municipal Golf Course property. This property is located on Glades Road between the Florida Turnpike and Lyons Road. Many other financially secure developers have expressed an interest in this 194 acre parcel. GL Homes will pay 73 million for the site and another local developer has offered 73.2. Each offer is unique and I will go into the details if you ask.  
  Some feel that, since the interest in golf is declining, the City should just let Ocean Breeze go to Lennar and close the Municipal Course. After all, the city could sell the Municipal course and
put the money(70+ million) into another project . Perhaps Ocean Strand? 
  The Parks and Beach District would like to see the city swap property with Lennar. The Parks people would like to build a world class golf facility. This idea has already caught the eye of Greg Norman. Mr. Norman, a former PGA standout and entrepreneur, was recently in Boca to look over Ocean Breeze. He would put his name on a teaching facility and help with the course redesign. This would be a massive undertaking and may be cost prohibitive. 
  Another more realistic solution might be to swap courses and put some of the extra money into Ocean Breeze upgrades.
  Lennar has one incentive to swap courses. The owners of the Boca Teeca Condo community have a legal right to alter Lennar's plan. These owners must approve the use of the land for any type of development that is not a golf course. Well, just think of the incentives Lennar may have to offer the owners of Boca Teeca!

  Here we are..  Please tell me what you think.,  Which solution is the Birdie, which the Par and which is the Bogie?  Please respond on the Blog...

By the way, have you ever heard of an Albatross?


Palmetto Promenade - WOW - Affordable Rentals??

B Realtors: Palmetto Promenade - WOW - Affordable Rentals??: PALMETTO PROMENADE  333 East Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton, Florida 33432 Affordable Housing? Question of the day... - AT THESE ...

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Wednesday, November 23, 2016


Since the election, several rumbles have been heard in local politics. Here are a few that have caught my eye.

Our local politicos have agreed to the building of a very large home on the 2500 beach front block of N. Ocean Blvd..Many of us thought that perhaps the State might intervene. This house will be built.

Although voters agreed to the Public approval of ALL Public projects on both sides of the
Intracoastal, the city is now arguing for strict interpretation! This means that approved
recreational use would exclude food concessions and gift shops. (Gumbo Limbo). Perhaps
restrooms should be closed...

The Chabad project off of E Palmetto has been blocked by the court.

Comments are welcome!

Kay - "A Boca Towers Resident"

Sunday, November 13, 2016

After Election - Moving on...


Now that the people have spoken, it is time to think of the impact of the election results on the owners and residents of Boca Towers. The national results have some of us smiling while others are weeping and seeking emotional support. I know that all of us want the nation to come together and move forward in a joint effort to improve both our image as a nation and our respect for each other.

Locally, I have some thoughts on the election results..
I want to speak specifically on some issues.

I am personally grateful that the residents of Boca have chosen to allow the "public" to have the final say on the use of the public property on the west side of the intracoastal.

This will lead to the beautification of the Wild Flower property, the improvement of Lake Wyman and a public golf course on Ocean Breeze. Ocean Strand will, in my opinion, remain as an open space.

The obvious conclusion is that our homes will increase in value if Ocean Strand is left as open space and Ocean Breeze becomes a public golf course..

The people voted to allow the use of solar power but to limit the cost burden to the specific user. However, this issue required a 60% majority to pass and that percentage was not achieved.

As we all know, the county sales tax will increase to 7% on January 1, 2017..
Perhaps the Boca Raton residents made the wrong choice. Remember the monies from the tax will be distributed to the poorer communities first.. I personally will do most of my shopping in Broward County.

Please note that there will be a local election in March..

I hope that many of you will follow the discussions and contribute to this blog.

Honestly, I sometimes feel that I am talking to myself!

Kay -    "Boca Towers Resident"

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Earl Starkoff - Boca Raton Park District - "Loses Reelection Bid"

Earl Starkoff Boca Raton Park District
Dear Friends, Supporters, and Fellow Residents,
Serving as your Commissioner on the Greater Boca Raton Beach & Park District has been 12 wonderful years of community service.
 Together, we've opened the largest park in our history – the Athletic Complex at Countess DeHoernle Park, pushed back against private development of Ocean Strand on our barrier island, added the carousel to Sugar Sand Park, improved Mizner Dog Bark, and embarked on installing brighter, environmentally friendly lighting for greater safety at all of our parks.

We've also completed an historic 10-year $28 million agreement with the City for our entire beachfront. The District will now share in 50% of the local costs for beach re
nourishment and dredging the Boca Inlet.
This month, we'll rededicate the Science Playground at Sugar Sand as a 10,000 square foot 'Clubhouse without Walls' – doubling the original size – accessible for all to enjoy: with or without physical challenges. And the first phase of the rebuilt boardwalk at Gumbo Limbo will open by the end of this year.

We're set to break ground for a new community center at the Swim and Racquet Club with new, greatly improved tennis and swimming features. Design is getting under way for a 2nd field house at Sugar Sand; master planning is in place for a complete overhaul of Patch Reef Park; and we've accumulated the funds to develop new facilities for the growing population as new construction is completed.

We've added to the voices throughout our community that speak for green space first: a wonderful downtown park at Palmetto Park Road and the Intracoastal, and acquiring the Ocean Breeze Golf Course to keep it out of development and re-opened as a truly championship golf course in the District.

It's been a joy and honor to be your Commissioner.

For a Greater Boca Raton,


Friday, October 28, 2016

What's in your Ballot?

What's in your Ballot?

As the November election approaches, it is appropriate to focus on the local candidates, state amendments and local questions. Our Polling Place is at the Marine Safety Headquarters 3939 N Ocean Blvd. (just south of Spanish River Blvd on the west side)

The Boca Raton Beach and Park District is of great concern to the residents of Boca Towers.
This entity is composed of 5 commissioners. This year we are voting for 2 seats. These are seats 1 and 3. Seat 5 is unopposed and Steve Engel(incumbent)will maintain that seat. Each seat is held for 4 years. The odd numbered seats will start on January 1, 2017. The entire Beach and Park District encompasses both the city of Boca Raton and the unincorporated areas to the West. Each Commissioner is entitled to vote on every question put before the District. The candidates for District 1 are Dennis R. Frisch(incumbent) and Craig F. Ehrnst. The candidates for district 3 are Earl Starkoff(incumbent) and Erin A. Wright. Please "google" each candidate to see their views and ideas. You may be interested in what each candidate says about the Wildflower site, Lake Wyman or the relocation of the Municipal Golf Course. Keep in mind that Ocean Strand may reappear. Ocean Strand is the property on the North side of Boca Towers. Several years ago, there was interest in developing this property for commercial purposes. The public,especially the Boca Towers Community, opposed the development and the idea of commercial development faded. Dr. Frisch and Earl Starkoff have pledged to vote against any future push for commercial development.

Since we have your attention, we will mention the local Question on the Ballot. It appears at the bottom but is most important to the Boca Towers Community. The Ballot refers to this question as the Boca Raton Initiative Question and the creation of Section 28-1308. The City already controls the decision making process on the use of public property on the Barrier Island. In summary, this public property may be used for recreational purposes only. This does not exclude concessions. The concessions must fit into the recreation plan. Think of the gift shop at Gumbo Limbo or the hot dog vendor at the Pavilion at the intersection of A1A and Palmetto. 

A "yes" to this question would broaden the authority of the Public to include city property on the West Side of the Intracoastal. These properties would remain in the public domain. Please think of the Wildflower and Lake Wyman properties. A "yes" vote would not allow a large "brick and mortar" eatery on the Wildflower property and might stop any move to relocate the docks.

Returning to the order on the Ballot, we have the State Constitutional Amendments. There are 4 Amendments but they are numbered 1-3 and 5.

#1-The Right of Electricity Consumers regarding Solar Energy Choice-In summary, you may choose solar energy but other energy consumers will not be taxed to pay for your choice. Another way of saying this is - If you do not choose Solar than you will not subsidize those who do. This is a yes or no vote. A no vote will support the use of solar energy power since the cost will be spread over the public base.. A yes vote will make the selection of solar energy very costly to those who choose it since they will carry the burden. The public utilities favor a yes vote. Please think carefully about this one..

#2-Use of Marijuana for Debilitating Medical Conditions-as prescribed by FLORIDA licensed Physicians. This allows caregivers to assist patients and for growers to be licensed. This applies to Florida law only. All activity will be subject to fees and taxes.

#3-Allows Tax Exemptions for Totally and Permanently Disabled First Responders-These individuals will be relieved from ad valorem taxes on homestead property.

#5-Allow Tax Exemptions for certain Seniors, Low Income, and Long-Term Residents. These exemptions will be based on the determination of Just Value. This value will be determined the FIRST YEAR the owner applies and is retroactive.

Last on the Ballot are the questions. we think these are the most important and more difficult to understand. The city wide question was previously discussed. The Countywide Question refers to the imposing of a ONE-CENT sales surtax. Please do not be misled. The current sales ta would be increased by 17%. The revenue would go towards education and infrastructure. The 
wording of this question may be misleading. Please understand that 50% of the increase will go to education 30% to county-wide infrastructure and 20% to cities. Boca Raton would receive very little from this tax since the poorer cities are first in line and the county labels Boca Raton as the "richest city" in the county.

We have attempted to present your choices in an unbiased fashion. We do have opinions but we do not want to influence yours. We hope our explanations will help.

Kay Winakor
Joe Pedalino

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Thursday, October 20, 2016



There were two fires burning this morning on Lake Wyman.  A Boca Raton Fire Boat and Boca Raton Police Boat responded..

There was also smoke coming from the woods last night...

To be politically correct, I dare not speak of the cause...

Tuesday, October 18, 2016


Once restored, Lake Wyman Park in Boca Raton will be a 'very, very popular 
destination,' Boca Raton mayor says

New boat ramps, restored canoe trails part of Boca Raton parks' revival

Boca Raton plans to add two boat ramps, a kayak launch site, a restroom and 38 parking spots to Lake Wyman and James A. Rutherford parks.       (City of Boca Raton/Courtesy)

The new plan put forth Tuesday excludes those elements. The city is instead investigating a coastal hammock with walking trails and picnic tables at Lake Wyman Park.

Visitors to two Boca Raton parks should expect to enjoy two new boat ramps, repaired boardwalks and restored canoe trails in the coming years, city officials decided Tuesday.

City Council members are putting into action a three-year plan to revitalize Lake Wyman Park, located at 1500 NE Fifth Ave., and the adjacent James A. Rutherford Park.

Canoe trails that run through the parks have been closed for more than a decade and the parks' boardwalks have been cordoned off over time as the pathway deteriorates. The plan calls for reviving those amenities as well as adding two boat ramps (accommodating two boats each), at least one kayak launch site, a restroom and 38 parking spots.

The boat ramps and parking area will take up about 2.4 acres toward the middle of Rutherford Park and cost about $1.5 million. It means replacing about .09 acres of seagrass and .31 acres of mangroves, the city's coastal program manager Jennifer Bistyga said.

Paid Post WHAT'S THIS?
The city expects the state to cover about 50 percent of the cost of the boat ramps. By using state money to build the ramps, the city agrees the ramps will be open not just to Boca residents, but also to everyone from the public, Bistyga said.

The additional ramps will relieve the high demand on the city's sole boat ramp, which is 1.5 miles south of Lake Wyman Park at Silver Palm Park along the Intracoastal Waterway.

To centralize the boat ramps at Rutherford Park and still preserve the continuity of the canoe trails, the city plans to build a two-way bridge big enough to fit vehicles with boat trailers and a sidewalk. Adding the bridge will cost close to $1 million, she said.

Five years ago neighboring residents shot down plans to revive Lake Wyman Park. The plan broached in 2011 called for a seagrass habitat for manatees and floating day docks. Nearby residents complained the changes would attract more mosquitoes and the day docks would mean less privacy for their homes.

Council members say they believe the new approach will please the public.

"We've eliminated what seemed to be the biggest cause for concern five years ago," Councilman Scott Singer said., 561-243-6531, Twitter @EmilyBethMiller or visit our 'Sun Sentinel: Boca Raton' community page at

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Thursday, October 13, 2016

Lake Wyman vs THe City of Boca

Boca Raton / Lake Wyman

**Note - I am not an authority on this - my timelines and facts could be a little off...
However - I stand behind the meaning and the trajectory of this writing.
I do not have the time to take all day to "proof read", so please forgive my grammatical errors..


2011 - Lake Wyman
Study was done at lake Wyman -
Study outlined environmentally sound and protective plan that included renovation of the lake and the canoeing areas.
This study confirmed the environmental concerns including several "protected" species of seagrass, Manatee habitat and a very environmentally sensitive area.

2015 - Lake Wyman
The city - has another presentation on Lake Wyman -
The study - had very similar results, however, with pressure from the city, it included a "day dock" - "NOT  A BOAT RAMP / LAUNCH" - the city specifically Scott Singer, brought up the subject of a "Boat Ramp / Launch" - I personally and publicly objected to this idea.

2016 - Lake Wyman
The city has another presentation on Lake Wyman -
The presentation - IS 100% INCLUSIVE OF A BOAT RAMP AND LAUNCH -

Do you want a boat ramp / launch at Lake Wyman?  The current ramp is downtown, surrounded by "sea wall" - North of the ramp is sea wall and south of the ramp is Lake Boca - "Surrounded by sea wall"  - Now let's look at Lake Wyman - 5% sea wall - 95% mangroves -  trash bounces off sea wall - trash is absorbed by the mangroves...  Lake Boca has no beach, Manatees, seagrass or other protected species...  Lake Wyman has a beach, Manatees, mangroves, seagrass, and several other protected species...

Ocean Strand - Key Point -  One of the key reasons we had a successful outcome was due to the fact that the Park District was one our side -  AT LAKE WYMAN THIS IS NOT THE CASE - I SPOKE TO EARL STARKOFF, A PARK DISTRICT DIRECTOR, AND HE TOLD ME ABOUT THIS IDEA LAST MONTH -

It was at that time I publicly predicted the city would force a boat ramp / launch at Lake Wyman.

Is there a point to fight this?  It appears there is no end to this cities leadership's power grabbing, money and destruction of our paradise...

When does this aggressive overreach stop? What is the goal of this leadership?

Answer - To make Boca Raton what they think Boca should be -  Not what the people want...

I cannot understand how these people can get elected or better yet re-elected.



Friday, October 7, 2016

Hurricane Matthew - Not to much damage to areas - Lot's of clean up required...

- Hurricane Matthew - 

No damage to Boca Towers!!
Limited damage to surrounding areas...
Boca Raton dodged another bullet!
Our beaches have been "trashed" - Literally!
Lot's of clean up required...

Wednesday, October 5, 2016


It is hard to believe a storm is coming?
These photos were taken this morning 10/5/2016
So far....  A beautiful day here in Boca Raton!

Let's hope the beaches do not get destroyed by this storm...

Monday, October 3, 2016

Lake Wyman Restoration Project -

For those of you that have never seen the Study done on Lake Wyman..  This was done in 2011 and received a great deal of support - but never moved forward - This is an excellent solution for Lake Wyman