Individual letters were mailed to all lake property owners on 2/29 explaining the treatment plan and individualized costs. Since everyone is benefiting from the lake improvements, we are asking everyone to donate.
The treatment plan with the updated treatment maps can be found here. If you are in the treatment area (as stated in your letter) we are asking you to register here to confirm your interest and commitment to have your lake front treated.
If you don’t receive a letter by 3/6 please email us at [email protected] or call us at 607-218-2550 and we will provide further details.
We will be following the same notification process as last year. You will receive a letter identifying the specific herbicide/algaecide, planned treatment date(s), water use restrictions (if any), and the time period within which you may express any objections and/or questions.
For any additional questions, please contact us at [email protected]
Our fall meeting is scheduled for Sunday, September 22 at noon followed by our fall picnic at 1 pm. All festivities take place at the main pavilion in Dwyer Park (where CRT plays).
In addition to our normal reports, our fall meeting will feature a discussion of this year’s herbicide treatment as well as initial ideas for next year’s efforts. Please be sure to complete our treatment survey by Wednesday morning the 18th so that the board has your input as we prepare plans for next year.
Following the meeting we’re having our first annual fall picnic. LYLPS will provide hot dogs, rolls, condiments, iced tea, lemonade and paper products. Please bring a dish to pass and any other beverages you would like. Music will be provided by Tribal Revival. Thanks to the Nortons for organizing this including the music.
Please RSVP by Thursday, September 19 so that we know how many hot dogs to provide. Click on this link to let us know if you will or will not be attending.
10 for $5
To order call Barb Stepien at (315) 729-7528
Or, e-mail [email protected]
Please order by July 2nd. 500 available.
We have been informed that our water tests of the lake and downstream are showing concentrations below 50ppb and so all water restrictions have been removed.
Thank you for your understanding and support as we move forward with our lake management plan to continue to restore our lake.
Our Annual Meeting is scheduled for Saturday, June 8th at 10:00 a.m. in the Dwyer Memorial Park main pavilion.
All are welcome to attend and encouraged to join our Society.
Get a printable version of our agenda here as well as a copy of last year’s minutes here.
The meeting will feature an update on the lake management plan including our herbicide treatment as well as news on futures plans. YOUR INPUT IS CRUCIAL as we move forward in restoring our lake.