It’s very simple. You have ten days to make your voice heard on the issue of Hydrilla in Kerr Lake in response to the US Army Corps of Engineers’ Environmental Assessment. If you do not respond, things are likely to stay the same which means the continued spread of Hydrilla in Kerr Lake.
The position of Kerr Lake Park Watch is simple. The lake belongs outright to the US Army Corps of Engineers, period. The Corps has been slow to acknowledge hydrilla’s existence and then set itself up as the approval center for spray control activities by private entities. KLPW sees this posture as unacceptable.
Whatever your particular beliefs or position, understand that this is the federal government and without public input, nothing will happen, nothing will change except continued Band-Aid treatments.
You can read the EA in its entirety at:
Written comments regarding this Environmental Assessment should be sent to the address
or e-mail below. Questions may be directed to Mr. Robert Dennis at 434-738-6101 extension
160 or e-mail below.
Mr. Robert Dennis
US Army Corps of Engineers Or e-mail to JHKERR@usace.army.mil
1930 Mays Chapel Road
Boydton, Virginia 23917
or find this info on page 43 of the USACE Environmental Assessment