New manager says public boating, fishing to continue at Lonetree Reservoir -

New manager says public boating, fishing to continue at Lonetree Reservoir

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The brand new lease holder for Lonetree Reservoir says that public entry for boating and fishing on the reservoir southwest of Loveland will proceed after Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s lease expires.

The state company that has managed recreation on the reservoir because the 1970s introduced final week that it was outbid for the lease, beginning in June 2018, and claimed in a information launch that public entry to the reservoir would finish at the moment.

Tuesday, Berthoud Heritage Metropolitan District, which received the brand new lease, introduced that they won’t solely proceed to permit fishing and boating however have plans to enhance the reservoir. Particulars of that entry and any deliberate enhancements haven’t but been launched, the district reported in a press launch.

“We’re thrilled to have been awarded the lease of Lonetree Reservoir,” John Turner, president of the district, mentioned in a press launch.

“We are going to preserve this amenity open to the general public. We’ve got the assets to enhance, handle and preserve this reservoir to an elevated stage through which we now have not seen with the present lessee.”

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