Next DLC meeting will be March 16. Interlaken Townhall, 100 Grasmere Ave at 7PM

The DLC was chartered in 1974 by the 7 shore line towns. Our mission is to provide leadership, guidance, and resources to preserve and restore Deal Lake and its tributaries as a healthy and stable ecosystem. In addition, control lake levels during heavy storms to the best of our ability with limited ocean tide controls.

    Updates/Flume Status
    Calendar & Events

    DLC Meeting: May 16, 2019

    DLC Meeting: June 20, 2019

    Tips for Homeowners

    You can use this Interactive Yard tool to help learn about the basic concepts behind transforming your yard into a Jersey-Friendly Yard.

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    Your Photos

    The DLC invites you to submit your best Deal Lake lake photo to our Facebook and we will select one each month for our web page.

    Thank you.

     

     

    AGENDA – JULY 17, 2014

    AGENDA – REGULAR MEETING
    June 19, 2014

    CALL TO ORDERat7:00 PM

    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

    NOTICE REQUIREMENTS: The notice requirements of C.231, P.L. 1975,have been met by transmitting the notice of this Regular Meeting to the Commission’s official newspapers on February13, 2014, posting the notice where required and filing a copy of the notice with the Commission Clerk.
    ROLL CALL:

    PRESENT

    ABSENT

    Allenhurst
    Asbury Park
    Deal
    Interlaken
    Loch Arbour
    Neptune
    Ocean

    Resolution #1 – Resolution to approve the Minutes of the Regular Meeting, June 19, 2014 (Deal and Neptune do not vote).

    Offered by: __ Seconded by: __
    BE IT RESOLVED, That the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Deal Lake Commission held June 19, 2014 be and the same are hereby approved.
    RECORDED VOTE:
    Allenhurst ___; Asbury Park___; Interlaken ___; Loch Arbour ___; Ocean___.

    Resolution #2 – Approve Treasurer’s Report and Authorize Payment of Bills

    Offered by: __ Seconded by: __
    RECORDED VOTE:
    Allenhurst__; Asbury Park__; Deal__; Interlaken__; Loch Arbour__; Neptune__; Ocean __.

    OLD BUSINESS

    1. NRCS/DEP –the Commission has been awarded approximately $1M specifically for dredging the east end of the lake only; grant documents have been executed by the DEP; there will be a meeting to discuss the scope of the project with DEP representatives on July 28, 2014. Per the DEP contact, their goal is to design a dredging plan that will achieve the greatest benefit from the available Federal and State dollars for this project, in particular, focusing on the easterly lake area. They are requesting input hear from the Commission about those locations within the lake where we see the greatest potential benefits from dredging, and ensure that those locations are incorporated in the sediment sampling plan and the project design.
    2. Charter Renewal – agreements have been executed by Allenhurst, Deal, Ocean and Neptune; still pending approval are Asbury Park, Interlaken and Loch Arbour.
    3. Beach Replenishment – status report from Mr. Avakian
    4. 2014 Weed Treatment Program – Dr. Souza has been advised of areas requiring treatment in Terrace Pond and Hollow Brook; should be addressed within the next two weeks (weather permitting), along with the reattachment of the boom at Terrace Pond.
    5. Tree removal from Interlaken near RR tracks is pending.
    6. Resolution #3: Authorize letter of support for Bradley Cove Project, Asbury Park

    Offered by: __ Seconded by: __
    RECORDED VOTE:
    Allenhurst__; Asbury Park__; Deal__; Interlaken__; Loch Arbour__; Neptune__; Ocean __.

     

    NEW BUSINESS

    1. The 29th International Coastal Cleanup will take place on September 20th as volunteers all over the world will clean rivers, lakes, streams and beaches and collect data on the kinds of trash they find. In 2013, 648,000 volunteers in 92 countries picked up more than 12.3 million pounds of trash. The ICC Cleanup is organized by Ocean Conservancy, and in the past four years, has been hosted by the Clean Communities Council in New Jersey. The ICC Cleanup also kicks off our fall cleanup season.
      Resolution #4: Action: Authorize participation in clean-up for September 20, direct Clerk to request Water Lowering Permit and registration of Deal Lake as a clean-up site with the State Clean Communities Program at www.njclean.org.
      Offered by: Seconded by: __
      RECORDED VOTE:
      Allenhurst__; Asbury Park__; Deal__; Interlaken__; Loch Arbour__; Neptune__; Ocean __.
    2. Grant Writer – report from D. Nissim and discussion of possible action to authorize non-fair and open contract with an individual or firm; cost to be a factor (Resolution #5)
      Offered by: Seconded by: __
      RECORDED VOTE:
      Allenhurst__; Asbury Park__; Deal__; Interlaken__; Loch Arbour__; Neptune__; Ocean __.
    3. Resolution #6: Accept resignation of Commission Clerk, effective August 30, 2014
      Offered by: Seconded by: __
      RECORDED VOTE:
      Allenhurst__; Asbury Park__; Deal__; Interlaken__; Loch Arbour__; Neptune__; Ocean __.

    PUBLIC HEARING
    Motion to open the meeting to the public – moves, seconded by (consensus vote)
    Comments, if any

    Motion to close the public hearing – moves, seconded by (consensus vote)

    ADJOURN – moves, seconded by (consensus vote)