Tony Capuco, Dave Waterman and Jim Weiss
To monitor and protect the water quality of Leesville Lake and its watershed as well as monitor activities that could affect such water quality.
Fiscal Year Objectives:
- Submit Water Monitoring Plans annually to Appalachian Power Company.
- Train water monitoring program volunteers.
- Obtain water quality data and samples according to Plan schedule.
- Submit water quality data to Virginia Department of Environment Quality.
- Prepare and submit water quality monitoring report to Appalachian, LLA members & Others.
If you would like more information or would like to join the committee, please contact Tony Capuco: firstname.lastname@example.org or submit a request to email@example.com on the Contact Us page.
Water and improving quality water in our streams, rivers and lakes takes everyone’s efforts.No one has a greater responsibility than the landowners near these bodies of water. The provisions of the Shoreline Management Plan reguarding vegetative buffers are important to maintaining water quality in Leesville Lake. Other measures that help improve and maintain water quality include: silt-fencing down hill from land disturbing activities, implementation of proper drainage systems for stormwater runoff from developments and implementation of best management practices such as fencing to keep livestock out of rivers and streams.
Below are the links to water monitoring reports and other useful information.
- Leesville Lake Water monitoring Reports
- Water Quality Resources
Sampling Data App