Oct 7 2016
06:42 am

We warned folks about this years back. These plants are transported and infect new waters in the wet places of boats that are carried from one fishing or recreation spot to another. All you have to do to get rid of it is drain Watts Bar Lake and leave it dry for a couple of years.

Simple, right?

...Or people could start listening to those pain in the rear environmentalists who just want to save your planet.



I need my shoreline treated but can't get Goldsby or Hargis to return my calls or emails.

Any suggestions?

We have no recreation due to Milfoil.


The Roane County Environmental Review Board has taken up this issue, too. The board is an additional local source of information.

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