Nobody seems to know. Consultant suggests 8-10 feet. But another person recites original documents saying it’s 14 feet deep. And that’s why a study is underway to figure out what we have.
Jim Tolbert is questioning the cost of plans to put in a “shelf” into the lake. Points out that a couple of “very, very inebriated people” fell into the lake in the early days, but nothing since. James Burnett responding gardens will have a lot more people, and if it doesn’t cost a lot to make the lake 90 percent safer, should look at that. Another consultant pointing out there may be new codes to deal with. Advises against being forced to surround the lake with handrails.