LGA Supports Delay In Starting Mandatory Boat Inspection Program

The Lake George Association Board of Directors and members fully support the Lake George Park Commission’s decision, announced late yesterday, to delay the opening of the Mandatory Boat Inspection Program until June 1.

The announcement can be seen here: https://lgpc.ny.gov/system/files/documents/2020/04/lgpc-press-release-boat-inspection-program-june-1-opening.pdf

“At this time of year, we understand there is little risk of transporting and/or introducing viable invasive species to Lake George,” said Kristen Wilde, LGA Director of Education. “That fact doesn’t preclude boaters from ensuring they are following the state’s ‘Clean, Drained, Dry’ directives until the inspectors are present.”

“We want everyone to stay safe and stay healthy,” said LGA Executive Director Walt Lender. “We look forward to continuing to work with the Park Commission now and with the inspectors later in the season.”

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