The lakes project is estimated to cost nearly $1.3 million. The city expects about 81,000 cubic yards of material to be removed—44,000 from Trippe Lake and 37,000 from Cravath Lake.
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The Whitewater City Council could decide this spring if and how to draw down Cravath and Trippe lakes so the city can try to improve the sediment-choked lakes' recreational use.
Whitewater is exploring the idea of drawing down Cravath and Trippe lakes from fall 2019 until spring 2021 to get rid of and control aquatic weeds.
An Australian shepherd named Boomer and about nine other dogs attended Wednesday's opening ceremony for Whitewater's new dog park on East Starin Road and North Jefferson Street.