Public Notice - Glen Lake Milfoil Treatment Abutter - 06/26/20


SOlitude Lake Management, 590 Lake Street, Shrewsbury, MA 01545, Telephone 508-865-1000, has been contracted by the Goffstown Watenrvays Association to chemically treat portions of Glen Lake in Goffstown, for control of nonnative milfoil. Portions will be treated with the USEPA/State registered herbicide Procellacor EC (Florpyrauxifenbenzyl), EPA Registration Number 67690-80 on or about Friday, June 26, 2020, in accordance with Special Permit SP217 issued by the NH Division of Pesticide Control.

The following temporary water use restrictions will be imposed on the day of treatment:

  • No swimming for 6 hours following treatment, within 200 feet of treated areas

  • There are no drinking restrictions

  • Turf / established grass may be irrigated immediately after treatment

  • Do not use this water for any residential or non-agricultural irrigation (such as shoreline property use for irrigation of residential landscape plants and homeowner gardens, golf course irrigation, and non-residential property irrigation around business or industrial properties) until further notice or a maximum of 7 days. Treated water shall not be used for greenhouse or nursery irrigation until further notice. These restrictions apply to all intakes within 200 feet of the treatment area, and to all wells within 50 feet of shoreline that itself is within 200 feet of a treatment area. Contact Kara Sliwoski at SOlitude Lake Management, 590 Lake Street, Shrewsbury, MA 01545, Telephone 508- 865-1000, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or go to solitudelakemanagement.com/newhampshire for information on the release dates of these restrictions or for additional information on the irrigation restrictions.

The shoreline will be posted with signs warning of the temporary water use restrictions that will be imposed, immediately prior to treatment. lf you have any questions concerning this treatment, contact SOLitude Lake Management using the information above.

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