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The International Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Board (Board) is seeking your input.  This survey is for marinas and yacht clubs on the St. Lawrence River between Kingston, Ontario/Clayton, New York and Cornwall, Ontario/Massena, New York.
 
The Board has discretionary authority granted by the International Joint Commission (IJC) to temporarily alter flows from Plan 2014 prescribed flows at the Moses-Saunders Dam on the St. Lawrence River within specific parameters.  The minor deviation sometimes implemented in the fall is meant to provide improved conditions for boat haul-out on Lake St. Lawrence upstream of the dam by raising water levels. 

The Board is wishing to collect information on where people access the water to remove their boats, when and how they do so, and whether or not they take advantage of the opportunity provided by the minor deviation.  This information will help the Board in the future when considering minor deviation strategies to improve conditions within the system that would facilitate the removal of boats from the water.

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* 1. Is your Marina or Yacht Club located in the United States or Canada?

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* 2. Where on the St. Lawrence River is your Marina or Yacht Club located?

Please click on the map to select the location where you haul in and out your boat.

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* 3. When are boats removed from the water at your Marina or Yacht Club?

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* 4. The International Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Board (Board) has discretionary authority granted by the International Joint Commission (IJC) to alter flows from Plan 2014 prescribed flows at the Moses-Saunders Dam on the St. Lawrence River within specific parameters. The minor deviation sometimes implemented in the fall is meant to provide improved conditions for boat haul-out on Lake St. Lawrence upstream of the Dam by raising water levels.

Are you aware of this opportunity?

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* 5. Have you used this opportunity for hauling out boats at your facility in the past?

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