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Watershed Authority Approves Four Boat Dock Permits

Posted 3/3/20

HUNTINGDON (February 25) — The Carroll County Watershed Authority approved four boat dock permits for landowners around the Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreation Lake during the Tuesday, February …

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Watershed Authority Approves Four Boat Dock Permits

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HUNTINGDON (February 25) — The Carroll County Watershed Authority approved four boat dock permits for landowners around the Carroll County 1000-Acre Recreation Lake during the Tuesday, February 25 meeting.

According to the application, the applicant pays a $5,000 one-time fee plus $100 per year for years two to 10, and $25 for each year after 10.

Carter Cary, a junior at Huntingdon High School, was granted permission to construct a patio area around the concession area at the 1000-Acre Lake as his Eagle Scout project. He is to raise the funds and construct the patio.

Approved were boat dock for Jerry Gramuke of Arlington, Tennessee for a dock on 0 Shoreline Drive; Tony and Charlotte Tucker of Huntingdon for a dock at 1247 Casino Road; Jeff Bearden, no address listed, for Lot 3 of Angler’s Point, and Gerald and Leslie Hunt, Lot 127 Southern Shores.

In total, the board has approved 15 individual private boat docks.

The board approved the audit for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019. The net change in the fund balance for the year was a negative $381,020.

Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency provided the findings of its survey of fish populations on the lake. Tim Broadbent, Region 1 Fisheries Manager, provided a written report of bass, crappie, redear sunfish and catfish.

The next monthly meeting is Tuesday, March 24, 2:30 p.m. at the Huntingdon City Hall.

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