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The Chautauqua Lake Association (CLA) Annual Dinner Presentation of 2011

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  • Here we see a harvester along with work crew members at the shore. The operation is very labor intensive.
  • One option is to unload a harvester onto a work barge, but this is very labor intensive. It’s back breaking work.
  • Transport barges make the process much more efficient. This is the latest transport barge acquisition.
  • A better option is to use transport barges like this one. This speeds up the harvest process. The barge can carry more than the harvester, and returns to shore to unload the weeds into a truck, while the harvester stays on the lake and continues cutting weeds.
  • The CLA works at keeping the Shoreline looking good, removing the brush, weeds, and mud that build up.
  • The CLA removes tons of debris from the lake and shoreline after storms.

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  • 2011 Annual Meeting
  • CLA’s Mission
    The Chautauqua Lake Association’s mission is to provide effective and efficient science-based lake maintenance and education services for the benefit of
    all Chautauqua Lake users.
  • Overview
    Randy Graham, CLA President, 2011
    Thank you for responding:
    Local Foundations
    Private Donors
    County Legislature
    Towns and Villages
    Volunteers
    Board Members
  • Communications
    Planned and managed news coverage, including emphasis of Cornell's role in CLA’s work
    Distribution of a quarterly newsletter to lake residents
    More promotion for "Ring of Fire" on 4th of July
  • CHAUTAUQUA LAKE ASSOCIATION
    2011 UPDATE
  • Inventory of Major Equipment
    1 Hydro-Mate
    8 Harvesters
    3 Transport Barges
    4 Powered Work Barges
    3 Heavy Duty Large Capacity Mobile Conveyors
    4 Large Dump Trucks with 18ft Beds
    1 Dump Truck with 10ft Bed
    3 One Ton Dump Trucks
    1 Equipment Truck
    1 Trailer
    Bobcat
    Roller Trailer
    Dresser Wheel Loader
    Forklift
  • Harvest in Progress
  • Crew Members With a Full Load on a Work Barge
  • Transport Barge
  • Harvester Unloading to a Transport Barge
  • The CLA CLEANS UP!
  • CLA Crew Members Cleaning Up Storm Debris
  • Hydro Mate
  • Operating Plan Variables
    Number of Employees
    Pieces of
    Equipment
    Length of
    Season
  • What we want you to know
    We want to use our equipment
    We take pride in operating efficiently
    We are aggressively pursuing funding
    We established a long term planning committee
  • Possible Ways to Increase Service
    Bring 2 crews to full capacity
    Add 3rd Barge
    Add 3rd Crew
    Restore full crews with all equipment
    Run 2nd Shift Barge Crew
  • CLA is Valuable
    Only local lake organization that actually “works on the lake”
    Records and maintains scientific data for the benefit of lake vitality
    Strong capital investment in necessary equipment and staff to maintain lake quality
  • THE CHAUTAUQUA LAKE ASSOCIATION WORKS!
    Please support our efforts to keep the lake beautiful!
    A Clean Lake is Everyone’s Business!