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Posted on: January 3, 2020

Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District to Remove Sediment at Casey Lake

Later this winter residents around Casey Lake will start to see some larger equipment and a little action on the ice. Last fall, Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District (RWMWD) staff noticed the formation of a small delta of unwanted sediment starting to develop at the Inlet of Casey Lake. Over the years the RWMWD and the City have done a lot of work in the area to help with the quality of the park and water in Casey Lake. Such as, removing carp, introducing a game fish population, aquatic vegetation harvesting, and installing a bubbler system. This “cleanout” is just one more step to help ensure Casey Lake can support a fish population and keep the lake clean.  

The project will start in late January or early February with the work lasting 2-3 weeks. The RWMWD and the contractor will follow the City of North St. Paul noise ordinance, and will typically work M-F 8AM-4PM, and on occasion early/later days depending on weather and conditions.

The project is being funded by Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District.

For questions or concerns about the project, please contact:
Dave Vlasin - RWMWD
david.vlasin@rwmwd.org
(651) 792-7972

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