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Carroll County Watershed Authority Grants Approval for Private Boat Docks

Posted 3/30/21

HUNTINGDON (March 23) — The Carroll County Watershed Authority, the authority of the Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreation Lake, granted approval for the construction of three private boat docks on the water of the lake.

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Carroll County Watershed Authority Grants Approval for Private Boat Docks

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HUNTINGDON (March 23) — The Carroll County Watershed Authority, the authority of the Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreation Lake, granted approval for the construction of three private boat docks on the water of the lake.

Meeting at Huntingdon City Hall, the board approved the requests of Thomas C. Smith on Southern Shores Point, Lot 107; Lanne and Regina Bradley of Sportsman Cove, Lot 20; and Wes and Kelli Bradley of 395 Sportsmans Cove, Lot 19.

The board approved the renewal of a contract with ATA to perform the annual fiscal year audit at a price of $6,900.

Tina Shands, doing business as Sunset Grill, was approved to operate the concession area for the 2021 season. She is to pay the CCWA five percent of sales not to exceed a total of $500.

Sourcewell, a Minnesota-based buying group was approved as the agency to which the CCWA could procure equipment, such as benches, pavilions, etc.

Two lake-area citizens attended the meeting and registered their concerns about the lake. Walter Reaster complained about the boats speeding in the no-wake area of the lake. He said he has complained for six years with no relief. He said the county could pass a county law and then the sheriff could enforce the lake.

Dale Kelley, secretary/treasurer of the CCWA, said the lake is a separate government entity from the county of Carroll.

Rick Jahnke expressed concern about the siltation entering the lake. One of the sources was traced. Kelley said the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation contacted the perpetrators.

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