ODNR Provides Updates on Communication, Construction and Private Docks On Monday, June 18th a delegation representing the Buckeye Lake Region Corporation (BLRC) met with several representatives from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), including: Fred Shimp, Gary Obermiller, Mark Anthony, Hung Thai, Kevin Holtsberry, Steve Berezansky, Jason Wesley, Cynthia K. Frazzini and Paul Baldridge. The meeting, which [...]
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) has committed to a 50 plus year dredge plan at the east end of Buckeye Lake. The plan was initially proposed and championed by Thorn Township representatives. The Buckeye Lake Region Corporation (BLRC), worked with representatives from Thorn Township and Buckeye Lake for Tomorrow (BLT), to facilitate ODNR’s [...]
BLRC Responds to ODNR's Notice of Encroachment. Several homeowners in the Buckeye Lake Region recently received a Notice of Encroachment from Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Parks and Watercraft. While the Buckeye Lake Region Corporation (BLRC) supports the mission to protect and maintain state property for public use, we do not feel that [...]
In an effort to keep everyone informed on the additional mitigation measures the ODNR has developed to compensate for water quality impacts resulting from the proposed project we wanted to provide the public with the following article. View and download here »
In an effort to keep everyone around our Beautiful Buckeye Lake informed as to what is happening, we are posting the letter that the Ohio Department of Natural Resources sent to the residents of Buckeye Lake on March 3rd, 2017.
A great deal of information was provided at the January 21, 2017 Community Update Meeting. There is a link below to download an 8-page recap of the meeting. We will be in touch with various Task Force representatives to provide more detailed information about their presentations and will post updates from the Tasks Forces as [...]
In order to understand what the Buckeye Lake Dam does, it is important to understand how the Lake functions. The following is a little simplified, but reasonably consistent with the actual engineering information. The Lake is like a bathtub: The rain fills the Lake, like the faucet fills a bathtub. The spillways empty the Lake [...]