Lake Kampeska Water Project District
The Lake Kampeska Water Project District is a local agency tasked with protecting the water resources of Lake Kampeska by implementing projects to improve water quality and flood protection.
During the 2013 Annual Meeting of the LKWPD, Paul Hinderaker was re-elected as board Chariman. Sara Caron was elected as Vice-Chairman.
Doug Modica, Sarah Caron and Greg Blow were elected as board members for a 3 year term.
Mark Roby stepped down from his position as Board Member. He was formally recognized by the board for his many years of service.
Ronda Roby stepped down from her positions as Board Secretary. She was formally recognized by the board for her many years of service.
Paula Newman was retained as the new Board Secretary.
Monday April 29th, 2013
at 7:00 PM
100 North Lake Drive
Current Water Projects:
- Flood Prevention Efforts
- Phosphate Removal
15 years have past since the catastrophic flood paralyzed the Watertown community and left 5000 people homeless. Let's not forget the damage it did to the cities businesses and the lives of so many families. See the slide shows of the devastation.
Lake Kampeska Water Level (NOAA/USGS)
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