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Efforts For Clean Water Paying Off, Lewisboro Volunteer Says

The Three Lakes Council, of which Janet Andersen is president, coordinates environmental efforts for lakes Waccabuc, Oscaleta, and Rippowan in Lewisboro. Water resources are a very important issue in the town.
The Three Lakes Council, of which Janet Andersen is president, coordinates environmental efforts for lakes Waccabuc, Oscaleta, and Rippowan in Lewisboro. Water resources are a very important issue in the town. Photo Credit: threelakescouncil.org

LEWISBORO, N.Y. -- Keeping Lewisboro’s water safe is a tough problem, but one that Janet Andersen, and other volunteers, are happy to immerse themselves in, according to a report by The Lewisboro Ledger.

The South Salem resident, chairwoman of the town’s Conservation Advisory Council and member of other local entities that monitor the wet stuff, says the efforts of many people working together have made a huge difference, The Lewisboro Ledger article said.

Although the overall maintenance of its residential septic systems could use some tweaking, the town has made a lot of progress in a number of environmentally important areas, including stormwater management and lake improvement, Andersen told The Lewisboro Ledger.

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