1. Re-grade the access road from Plainfield Rd. and remediate the areas of erosion along the shoreline where the road meets the water. The state has been contacted and the town will be working with both the state and the White Pond Associates on a new plan expected to cost $250,000.
2. Continue the ranger program for next summer. The rangers educated the public about the issues the pond faces and also erected temporary erosion control measures with DNR. They enforced the no swimming regulations and the dogs on leash guidelines voted on by the Select Board.
3. Educate the abutters and residents in the White Pond watershed about what they can do to preserve the pond and help reduce the possibility of another algae bloom. Delia is currently working on an educational hand-out which will include information about septic system cleaning, storm run-off and the use of fertilizers.
4. Continue the water quality testing with the environmental consulting firm, ESS who has been testing the water this past summer.