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Pavilion Raising

Below are some photos from the raising of the Pavilion on Wednesday June 17, 2020. The estimated cost for the Pavilion is about $20,500.  Using Rob Hughes’ estimate for the cost if the work had been hired, indicates the full … Continue reading

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Silent Auction

All LLWIA gatherings are in question this year, so the decision has been made to display Silent Auction items on this website. Bids may be made by contacting Alice Publow, at 585-213-4011 or email Private viewing can also be … Continue reading

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Baron Winds – Wind Turbine Project

The NYS Siting Board determined that 650 ft turbines were merely a “technical improvement” towering over us.  If they are allowed to set this precedence, we will all lose.   Chad Zigenfus’ attorney has finished his legal review of the activities … Continue reading

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Root Systems – Recommended Plantings

Root Systems – Carolyn Case              We knew we had a lake wall issue when we bought our cottage, but the muskrats invading the bank made clear that this was going to be a significant project.  At first, we thought … Continue reading

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Lake History according to Clyde Shults

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Pavilion – Many Parts!

The Loon Lake Preserve qualifies for a tax exemption based on it being used for an educational facility.  To further that goal, a pavilion (see sketch below) is being built on the property to shelter teachers and students when they … Continue reading

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Fireworks: 7/4/19

7/4/19 fireworks photos courtesy of Art Rothfuss.  Thanks Art, they are beautiful!

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Sailing on Loon Lake

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Loon Lake Notification System

The Loon Lake Association is establishing an e-mail account specifically to be used for lake safety purposes (e.g. Algae bloom warnings).  The list will not be used for commercial purposes (e.g. yard sales, rentals, solicitations, etc.). If you would like … Continue reading

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The Godzilla Weed!

Why is Knotweed a problem? Japanese knotweed is an invasive weed that was introduced into the U.S. from Eastern Asia as an ornamental on estates in the late 1800’s. Knotweed forms impenetrable strands which choke out and displace entire ecosystems. … Continue reading

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