Lake Clean Up
Congratulations to all of the volunteers who participated in the 2019 Morse Waterways Association Lake cleanup! It was very rewarding to see how many volunteers and boats came out to help take care of our Lake. Some were MWA members, others residents of the lake, still others who don’t live on the lake but enjoy boating and also neighbors who just wanted to help improve our community. Also thanks to the Town of Cicero Parks and Street Depts. for their assistance and equipment.
As a result, we set a new record of 10 dump trucks of logs to Greencycle for recycling and 3 truck loads of old docks etc. to the Town burn pile. These will be burned and the metal taken to a scrapper for recycling. This is in addition to five trailer loads of trash which was also hauled to the Cicero Town burn site for disposal. Also there was a large amount of plastic floats and other debris which were simply hauled in for trash.
I have attached several pictures of the efforts taken by Mike Berry with his drone. Soon we will have an area on our website with all of the pictures taken that day available for your viewing. Thanks again for a very successful Cleanup and I look forward to working with each of you next year on July 18, 2020.
About Morse Waterway Association
Morse Waterways Association (MWA) is a non-profit organization founded in May 2005 to serve the Morse Reservoir community. MWA supports the 1,400 homeowners living on the reservoir, the surrounding community and the weekend recreational boaters and fishermen.
Save the Island
Hamilton County Parks
Thank you to Hamilton County Parks Dept for allowing Thomas Docks to access the water from the park. This helped to reduce our overall costs.
Thank you to Marina Limited Partnership and McCrumb’s Mechanical for their donations.
Thank you to IMI for helping control costs for rip rap and Thomas Docks for working in less than ideal weather conditions.
Feet of Shoreline
Ton's of Rock
Total Project Cost
Thanks for your support of Morse Waterways Association and your concern with safety, water quality, the environment and general quality of life. Please volunteer and donate to our organization.