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Scott De Leon

Public Works Director

County of Lake

HQ Phone: (231) 745-4641

Email: s***@***.gov

County of Lake

P.O. Box 7800

Tavares, Florida 32778

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Regional Director

Blue River Digital Inc

Water Resources Director

Lake County Record Bee

Affiliations

Board Member
County Engineers Association of California

Education



California State University Chico

Web References (140 Total References)


Featherbed Railroad Blog | Featherbed Railroad Bed & Breakfast Resort | Featherbed Railroad

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Scott DeLeon, newly appointed Director of the Lake County Department of Public Works, also oversees the County Water Resources Division, and along with a new Director comes an aggressive new weed abatement plan for Clear Lake. "This summer we are taking a much more proactive approach to control aquatic weed growth on Clear Lake," DeLeon said. "We are targeting treatment in specific areas such as around public boat launches, resorts, and higher-density residential areas."

DeLeon explained the treatment areas will create a network of weed-free recreational areas that include Shoreline Lanes, Boating Lanes, and Water-Ski Lanes.


Scott DeLeon - Water ...

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Scott DeLeon - Water Services Department

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When the County of Lake hired Scott DeLeon to head the Water Resources Director, they made a good choice. Scott has a lifetime of history in Lake County going back to the days when his family had a resort when he was a child.
Presently, he is heading up the Water Resources Department which used to be a part of Public Works but now is out on their own. Essentially his department is in charge of Clear Lake as well as watershed protection and flood control. This area of responsibility includes dealing with quagga mussels and anything to do with the Lake.
Watershed also deals with water quality issues.
Scott described a huge issue with all the illegal marijuana growing because of pesticide and other chemical runoff which is getting into the Lake. Another big issue is the potential infiltration of quagga mussels into the Lake.
Dealing with quagga mussels is a one-person job at present, although there are a number of volunteers who make the job doable. While this program gets a lot of complaints, particularly by boaters, Scott said that solutions are being sought every day.
"If the quagga mussel gets into this lake people don't understand what a huge impact it will have," stated Scott.
He described other regions which had been infiltrated by the invasive creatures and talked about huge loss of property values.
"You can't give away properties on the lakeshore at Lake Mead nowadays," referring to the fact that the quagga mussels have invaded and really damaged that lake.
Furthermore, Scott described the shells of the dead mussels as being razor-sharp - much like shards of broken glass.
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Scott is also working on an integrated regional water management plan that includes other counties around the area.


Scott DeLeon - Water Services Department | Northshore Business Association

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Scott DeLeon - Water Services Department

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When the County of Lake hired Scott DeLeon to head the Water Resources Director, they made a good choice. Scott has a lifetime of history in Lake County going back to the days when his family had a resort when he was a child.
Presently, he is heading up the Water Resources Department which used to be a part of Public Works but now is out on their own. Essentially his department is in charge of Clear Lake as well as watershed protection and flood control. This area of responsibility includes dealing with quagga mussels and anything to do with the Lake.
Watershed also deals with water quality issues.
Scott described a huge issue with all the illegal marijuana growing because of pesticide and other chemical runoff which is getting into the Lake. Another big issue is the potential infiltration of quagga mussels into the Lake.
Dealing with quagga mussels is a one-person job at present, although there are a number of volunteers who make the job doable. While this program gets a lot of complaints, particularly by boaters, Scott said that solutions are being sought every day.
"If the quagga mussel gets into this lake people don't understand what a huge impact it will have," stated Scott.
He described other regions which had been infiltrated by the invasive creatures and talked about huge loss of property values.
"You can't give away properties on the lakeshore at Lake Mead nowadays," referring to the fact that the quagga mussels have invaded and really damaged that lake.
Furthermore, Scott described the shells of the dead mussels as being razor-sharp - much like shards of broken glass.
...
Scott is also working on an integrated regional water management plan that includes other counties around the area.


County Engineers Association of CaliforniaCEAC Advisory Committees

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Vice Chair: Scott DeLeon, Lake County Resource Recovery and Waste Management (formally Solid Waste Management)

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Vice Chair: Scott DeLeon, Lake County


County Engineers Association of CaliforniaCalifornia County Public Works Directors

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Scott DeLeon scott.deleon@lakecountyca.gov

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