Lake Harmony is in trouble. The beautiful lake once measuring almost 40 feet in depth is now believed to be about 15 feet at its deepest point.
The lake is surrounded by homes and businesses.
Over the years, development has stripped away the natural defenses, and the lake is slowly filling up due to stormwater runoff.
"This is the most important issue facing this township at this time," resident Tom Wagner said. "It is a fantasy not to consider Lake Harmony the single greatest asset of Kidder Township.