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Cottage for Rent
MULTI-GENERATIONAL LOON LAKE RESIDENT LOOKING TO RENT THEIR GUEST COTTAGE Family and Work-friendly guest cottage available for rent from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day Weekend for Summer 2023. THREE bedrooms sleeps FIVE people privately. Welcoming friends and family members … Continue reading
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Loon Lake Association Dues/Flares Form
Please download and print and send to address on form by May 1 2023. You will have to provide your own envelope.
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The Bridge to the Preserve is in!
The main bridge structure was placed by Kevin Kilbourne’s Rogers and Tenbrook’s employees in early December of 2022. Kevin then followed up with steps at each end. See photos below.
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Small Lakes Matter
One of the messages discussed at the Western New York Federation of Lakes Regional Conference was the importance of small-lake stories. Small lakes such as ours, often go unnoticed because these lakes are not water sources, nor impaired enough to … Continue reading
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Hunt Sewer Study Update 9-20-22
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Lake Irksome Issues
Loon Lake is meant to be enjoyed, however, we ask all residents and visitors to realize that a lot of residents live here every day, 365 days a year. Loon Lake is NOT a resort community like Cancun, Mexico! Residents … Continue reading
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Full article on Ticks
Tick Talk—It’s Just a Matter of Time Lyme Disease is caused by the transmission of a bacteria called Borellia burgdorferi from a bite from an infected black legged tick, also known as a deer tick. Lyme can also be transmitted … Continue reading
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Loon Lake Sewer Engineering Study begins
HUNT-EAS is a multi-discipline design firm with offices in Rochester and Horseheads, NY and Towanda, PA. We support private and public sector clients with engineering, architectural, and survey services. Overview: Along with our Town partners, we are about to execute … Continue reading
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Brockport Class visits Loon Lake
On Thursday afternoon, November 4, 2021, Michael Chislock, Ecology Professor for SUNY Brockport, brought a class of 17 students to collect samples and take recordings on Loon Lake. The students will, in the lab, compare the biology and chemistry with … Continue reading
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New Septic System
Newer Septic Field Product Uses 1/3 the Space This summer was decision time for our aging septic system on the lake side of Laf-a-Lot Road. The septic field was failing from tree roots and other issues. Any re-working of the … Continue reading
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There is a new Facebook group. It’s a private group for residents only. We have 103 members so far. It’s been a great place to get to know our neighbors and share timely news. Here’s the link if you’d … Continue reading
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