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Activity

Monitoring and Surveillance

Management and Planning

Ellsworth Sourcewater Protection Plan, Appendix C December 2004 Rev. September 2005 Page 53 of 63

Task

  • o.

    * Distribute educational material on invasive plants

  • p.

    * Implement relevant recommendations of State Task Force on Invasive Species.

Responsible Party

o.

CITY/SWCD/BPA

p

.

All Stakeholders

Date Completed

  • a.

    Bring septic systems in the watershed up to code

  • b.

    Improve oversight/enforcement of state and local environmental protection laws

  • c.

    Increase water quality monitoring in conjunction w/BPA. Expand data collection to include sampling stations near input streams and areas of densest development.

  • d.

    * Monitor recreational use by lakefront property owners, residents and state-sponsored plans that could jeopardize EWD

  • e.

    * Monitor timber and soil harvesting in watershed

  • f.

    * Train law enforcement personnel in boat inspection for invasive plant identification

e.

CITY

f.

CITY/SWCD

a.

CITY

b.

CITY

c.

CITY/BPA

d.

CITY

a.

CITY

b.

CITY

c.

CITY

d.

CITY

e.

CITY

f.

All Stakeholders

g.

CITY

  • a.

    Develop and implement system to detect failing septic systems in Shoreland Zone

  • b.

    *Develop and implement waste water management program for areas in Shoreland Zone

  • c.

    Improve communication with DEP for permits in watershed (permit by rule and site location)

  • d.

    Create a list of low-impact options for state- owned property on which DOC plans to develop recreational facility

  • e.

    Develop and implement plan to put watershed parcels in to conservation easements

  • f.

    Support the DWP effort to elevate the importance of drinking water lakes in all state agencies

  • g.

    Fund a position to assist the code enforcement officer with planning and project issues in the watershed

h.

All Stakeholders

CITY

All Stakeholders

i.

j.

*Give highest priority to water supply protection the watershed

  • *

    Review and update 1992 Branch Lake

Watershed Plan

  • *

    Assure compliance with Maine Public Drinking

Water Source Water Assessment Program recommendations

in h.

i.

j.

2004

  • k.

    * Continue to seek DEP small Community Grants to address failing septic systems

  • l.

    * CITY to acquire additional land near intake, along shoreline, and work to acquire additional conservation easements elsewhere in watershed

  • m.

    * Develop parking plan that will provide additional spaces at CITY landing while minimizing stormwater runoff

  • k.

    CITY

  • l.

    CITY

m. CITY

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