Effort to make a permanent ‘S.A.V.E.’

David Cedarstrom
July 24, 2014 
The Glens Falls Chronicle
 
“We have decided, if at all possible, to expand” the S.A.V.E. (Stop Aquatic inVasives from Entering) Lake George Partnership, Lake George Village Mayor Bob Blais, its honorary chairman, tells The Chronicle.
 
“We’re going to stay together, we’re going to try to gather some reinforcements, and we’re going to try to become involved with others to perhaps spread the program as much as we can throughout the Adirondack Park, and hopefully throughout
the state,” Mayor Blais said.

Formed by municipal leaders, conservation groups and researchers around Lake George, the primary goal of S.A.V.E., was to enable the Lake George Park Commission’s enactment of mandatory boat inspection and decontamination regulations for boats trailered to Lake George.
 

 

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