Lake Tye shoreline needs help
Lake Tye: a pristine water enjoyed by the public but with restrictions not exercised by the special interests.
Huge high powered speed boats towing skiers. Three foot wake eroding the western shoreline. In time the city of Monroe will need to replace and move over our asphalt hiking trail further west.
Currently one area is doomed to lose a comforting rest bench. Three more feet of shoreline and the bench will learn how to swim or sink.
I ask the city council to inspect the west shoreline of Lake Tye. To concur that either stone be placed to provide a bulwark or discontinue the use of speed boats. The special events group prohibit public use of beach access public boats allowed to use only electric boat motors. The park belongs to the people. Does anyone read the last line of the Gettysburg Address?