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Water Levels South of Turtle Lake

Council would like to provide the following update as to what has been done to date regarding the high water levels South of Turtle Lake South Bay. Here is a breakdown:

  • August 6th, water flow by bridge was noticed to be significantly reduced by R.M. staff
  • August 7th, maintenance personnel walked Stoney Creek East of the bridge on Highway Access road #3 North of Livelong and found and removed 2 beaver damns. First damn was approximately 150 metres East of bridge and the second damn was approximately ¾ mile
  • August 8th, checked Range Rd #3193 West of the bridge to ensure no culverts were blocked which would prevent water flow downstream of which none were found
  • August 9th, cleaned debris by the fence East of the bridge
  • August 10th, walked Stoney Creek from the bridge East ¾ mile, no beaver damns
  • August 13th, walked Stoney Creek from the bridge East ¾ mile, no beaver damns
  • August 14th, checked water level at the bridge
  • August 16th, walked Stoney Creek from the bridge East ¾ mile, no beaver damns
  • August 17th, walked Stoney Creek from the bridge East ¾ mile, no beaver damns as well as inspected Range Rd #3183 West of bridge to ensure no culverts were blocked which would prevent water flow downstream of which none were found
  • August 20th, walked Stoney Creek from the bridge East ¾ mile, no beaver damns as well as inspected Range Rd #3183 West of bridge to ensure no culverts were blocked which would prevent water flow downstream of which none were found
  • August 21st, walked Stoney Creek East of bridge and removed beaver damns
  • August 22nd, walked Stoney Creek East of bridge and cut dead fall trees in the creek and removed
  • August 23rd, walked Stoney Creek East of bridge and removed damn on East end then inspected Range Rd #3183 West of bridge to ensure no culverts were blocked which would prevent water flow downstream of which none were found
  • August 8th to present, checked water levels on monitoring stake at the bridge, Turtle Lake Mission and South Bay

In addition to the above, the Municipality’s engineer, RMII, shot water levels in 10 different locations. These included the Turtle Lake water level, the water level on the North side of Twp Road #524 adjacent to Turtle Lake South Bay as well as within the Hamlet, South of Twp Road #524, East of Turtle Lake Mission, by the bridge North of Livelong on Highway Access road #3 and by the culverts on Range Rd #3183, West of the bridge on June 14th, August 2nd and August 18th.  Our engineer also flew a drone over the entire water area South of Turtle Lake South Bay and East of the Turtle Lake Mission to the Eastern edge of the Municipality which feeds Stoney Creek on June 14th.

It should be noted that the water levels have dropped approximately 4.5 inches to date from August 7th. In addition to the above, Council has instructed our engineering firm to make an application to the Water Security Agency to obtain approval to remove trees within Stoney Creek to try to slow down the beaver damns that continue to be constructed and hold back water.

 

 

 

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