Sebago Lake, the state's most developed lake and its second largest, is the econ
Sebago Lake, the state's most developed lake and its second largest, is the economic backbone of western Cumberland County. How high the lake's water level should be has for four years been the subject of a complicated battle that pits marina owners and boaters against camp owners and others looking for a good beach. The dispute was triggered during the late 1980s when S.D. Warren, which controls the Eel Weir dam, changed the rate at which lake water is released into the Presumpscot River. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is currently considering a complaint that S.D. Warren violated its license when it changed the way it managed the lake. Details.
"Sebago Lake, the state's most developed lake and its second largest, is the econ" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 13104.
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