Although the annual Lake of the Ozarks fall shoreline cleanup is well underway, there’s still plenty of time to get involved. That’s according to Jeff Green, from Ameren, who says half a dozen groups have joined in the effort so far.
Green goes on to say with the lake level lower than usual and mother nature cooperating, now is an ideal time to join in the effort. The fall shoreline clean up usually accounts for removing some 100 cubic yards of trash and other debris from the lake. You can find out more about the shoreline clean-up by linking on to “Amerenmissouri.com/ats” or calling the shoreline office.