The lake has a Navigation Committee that installs, maintains and repairs all the buoys on the lake. The buoys are normally deployed on their sites before Memorial Day in May, and removed sometime after Labor Day. There are three types of buoys on the lake. There are two No Wake Buoys, seven hazardous area buoys and six channel marker buoys. The channel buoys will be launched for the first time this year in the river end of the lake. All buoys are visually inspected every week while deployed. As you proceed up the river channel, you will notice three red reflective buoys on your right, and three green reflective buoys on your left. These buoys indicate the “clearest” passage in the channel. Boaters should avoid areas outside the markers as best possible. The remaining nine buoys will be deployed on their regular station near Poole’s Point, Waban, and Otter Cove entrance., and two near the river entrance. Please note these buoys are State of Maine property and they are allowing us to use them. The Navigation Chairman reports all activities on the buoys to the State, in detail, each year. If there are any questions, concerns or issues with the buoys in any way, please contact any Board member, or the Navigation Chairman. Chairman: Ron Descoteaux. email@example.com Assistant: Yet to be filled.
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