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Ellsworth Sourcewater Protection Plan, Appendix C December 2004 Rev. September 2005 Page 52 of 63

Table 3 – Proposed Sourcewater Protection Measures for Branch Lake

Activity

Task

Responsible Party

Date Completed

Direct Actions

a. b.

c.

d. e. f. g.

h.

Update watershed survey Secure 319 funds to implement BMPs identified in watershed survey Road maintenance program for CITY roads in watershed Front Runner demonstration Use of calcium chloride to stabilize road surface Septic System survey

  • *

    Post and restrict access in a buffer around the

intake (approximately 1000’) Work with DOC to mark a linear channel from city

a. b.

c.

d. e. f. g.

h.

UMCE/SWCD/BPA CITY/SWCD

CITY

SWCD/UMCE CITY CITY CITY

CITY/DOC

i. j. k.

l.

m. n.

boat launch to rest of lake for navigational eas

  • *

    Increase NPS mitigation in watershed

    • *

      Inspect and maintain road ditches

    • *

      Improve existing public boat launch site

downstream of intake, rather than developing new boat launch upgradient of intake

  • *

    Pursue acquisition of State-owned land on

which boat launch expansion is planned Update PCS inventory

e

i. j.

k.

l.

m.

Enforce Public Law 761 (EWD must be notified of n. land use changes requiring permit review in source water protection area)

CITY/BPA CITY/BPA

CITY

CITY

MRWA CITY

2004

Education and Outreach

a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h.

SWCD/UMCE SWCD/UMCE SWCD/UMCE SWCD/UMCE UMCE SWCD/UMCE CITY MRWA/CITY

i.

CITY

j.

CITY/SWCD

k.

UMCE/CITY

l.

CITY/SWCD

m.

UMCE/CITY

n.

CITY

  • a.

    Watershed Alliance

  • b.

    “Hey You” Cruise

  • c.

    Road maintenance workshop for city road crew

  • d.

    DEP certification for city road crew

  • e.

    Watershed Stewards Program

  • f.

    Buffer workshop

  • g.

    Road signs: “Entering Branch Lake Watershed”

  • h.

    Information packets for realtors, new property owners, and council members

  • i.

    Develop a forest management and timber harvesting model in watershed

  • j.

    * Public education campaign especially on invasive aquatic plants and hydrocarbon usage from watercraft.

  • k.

    * Notify property owners of various potential threats from land use activities

  • l.

    * Develop program to encourage private landowners to abandon private boat ramps and plant vegetated buffers in their place

  • m.

    * Encourage planning board and municipal officials to attend a Non-point Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) session

  • n.

    * Re-install signs at public boat launches for invasive plant inspections

2004

1998

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