A creek near flood stage in Piedmont Virginia near a proposed Uranium mining site today brought an emphatic and impassioned demand for the US Army
Corps of Engineers to take a position on proposed Uranium mining upstream from Kerr Lake. That request came Roanoke River Basin Association leader, Gene Addesso, Vice
President and acting President, as he told the group on the weekly meeting/call of the USACE Wilmington District Water Management Stakeholders that previous contact with the Corps has

Unfortunately, it seems that it’s gotten down to someone has to do something drastic to make media headlines or lead stories lately, but Kerr
Lake as an entity unto itself, is holding up three watery fingers that aren’t as watery as they used to be and saying, “help me with Hydrilla, get me more water and don’t let them slip
uranium waste into me. Oh, and if you get a chance, please check my PCP levels, they’re …

The public’s patience is running pretty thin about Kerr Lake low water levels, even
though the weather is mostly to blame. The USACE has finally released a statement on the drought condidtions. Kerr Lake Park Watch presents it to you in its

Concern has reached an almost unprecedented level about the low level of water in Kerr Lake
this season. KLPW has received a number of one-line comments and questions about the continued depletion of water in the

Of the plea-like questions came a written request for information about the lake’s low level …

On October 26, 2012 the US Army Corp of Engineers
released a letter concerning an Environmental Assessment of Kerr Lake with regard to Hydrilla infestation, with only a 30-day public comment period. Kerr Lake Park Watch has obtained confirmation
that written and oral comments public comments will be taken.

(KLPW) a support and improvements group for …