I'm curious to understand what the reasons are for not allowing electric motors at Gross Reservoir. Many of the other metro drinking reservoirs don't permit gas engines but permit electric motors. It can't be a safety issue, particularly in light of the many people there on paddle boards having regular body contact with the water. It certainly seems more than large enough to permit electric motors. I have no issue with the rule against gas motors but I'm struggling to understand the reasoning to not allow electric motors. Thanks in advance.