She said the goal was to generate more revenue to bring development to the people in the area.
The lake, an ancient meteorite impact crater, measures about 10.5 kilometres in diameter, and happens to be the only natural lake in Ghana.
She was speaking at a durbar held by the people of Beposo to plan the development of the community.
The DCE gave an upbeat assessment of the performance of the Assembly, and said despite its limited revenue sources, it had completed numerous projects that were helping to improve the lives of the people.
She cited the provision of education, health, water and sanitation facilities, and called for continued support, understanding and co-operation of the populace.
Madam Antwi-Agyei gave the assurance that the Beposo-Peminase road, now in bad shape, would be rehabilitated to help people in communities served by the road to travel in some comfort and safety.
She applauded the chiefs and people of Beposo for constructing a mechanized water system to give themselves uninterrupted and safe drinking water.