Holly Lake Returns After Homeowners Ask for Community Support (NJ)

A small lake owned by two homeowners associations in Little Egg Harbor Township has been restored to its former sparkling self after repairs were made to the wooden dam. A year ago, the spillway was undermined and the lake water drained away into a lagoon.  It took a year of trying to get help from various sources such as the township, which owns that portion of the road; Ocean County, which owns the rest of the road; and the state Department of Environmental Protection.  The township did provide the services of the township engineer, Jason Worth of T&M Associates, who met with the DEP and county officials, but it was determined it was the responsibility of the Holly Lake Condominium Association to raise the funds.    Read the article…………


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