Article in New York Times: The Toxic Brew in Our Yards
The BOD has endorsed planting of desirable aquatic and wentland plants “aquascaping” on the north end of our lake as an experiment. I have planted an area about 40 linear feet of shore line. Mostly between two culverts. This included … Continued
Budget Meeting The next board meeting will be Tuesday November 19, 2013. The Annual Meeting will be Wednesday, January 22, 2013.
The BOD has created a Lake Committee A Lake committee is being organized to research and advice the BOD about the health of the lake and how to improve it. I have volunteered to be on that committee. If you … Continued
Nuphar lutea, the spatterdock, yellow water-lily, cow lily, or yellow pond-lily, is an aquatic plant of the familyNymphaeaceae, native to Eurasia. It grows in eutrophic freshwater beds, with its roots fixed into the ground and its leaves floating on the water’s surface.
Hello neighbors! As directed by the BOD our website is being upgraded to make it easier for Homeowners to access official documents and get email communications about your community. There will also be Blog Posts from BOD and Committee Members. You can add your … Continued