Holly Lake Condo Community Raising Money to Repair Dam Spillway (NJ)

A condominium association in Little Egg Harbor is reaching out to save Holly Lake, a 10-acre freshwater lake whose spillway was possibly damaged by Superstorm Sandy in 2012 with subsequent damage by winter Storm Jonas in 2016.  The spillway runs under Great Bay Boulevard in the portion that is owned by Little Egg Harbor Township and empties into the lagoon community of Holly Lake.  When the ground around the spillway eroded in the spring of 2016, the N.J. Department of Environmental Protection mandated the homeowners association to drain the lake and hire a company to remove the fish.    Read the article…………


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