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Jack Hickey

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Lakes and Pond Association of western Massachusetts

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Employment History

President

LAPA-West


Affiliations

MA COLAP

Executive Board Member


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www.berkshireeagle.com

"A deep drawdown would help toward reducing the number of zebra mussels," said Jack Hickey, president of the Lakes and Ponds Association of Western Massachusetts.
Hickey also urged local, state officials and the public to remain vigilant in keeping zebra mussels at bay. "Complacency is always a problem," he said.


www.newburyportnews.com

"Eventually, they clear all the food out of a lake, and everything else will die," said Jack Hickey, president of the Lakes and Ponds Association of western Massachusetts, who has been advocating for legislation to enforce regulations for the past few years.
Zebra mussels also make swimming in infested waters dangerous and undesirable because their shells are very sharp, cutting people as they swim, Hickey said.


www.senatordowning.com [cached]

"Eventually they clear all the food out of a lake and everything else will die," said Jack Hickey, president of the Lakes and Pond Association of western Massachusetts, who has been advocating for legislation to enforce regulations for the past few years.
They also make swimming in infested waters dangerous and undesirable because their shells are very sharp, cutting people as they swim, Hickey said.


www.senatordowning.com [cached]

"It's been a long and difficult struggle, but we greatly appreciate the efforts of Senator Downing and his colleagues in the Senate who recognized the significance of this issue and took action today," said Jack Hickey, President of LAPA-West, the Lakes and Ponds Association of Western Massachusetts.


www.berkshireeagle.com

"I am very pleased to see the state follow through on a commitment made in 2009," said Jack Hickey, president of the Lakes and Ponds Association of Western Massachusetts.
Hickey is optimistic the next round of tests in mid-summer will have the same results. "I think things are looking up and we hope to have a good year," he said.


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