2019 RBLPOA dues
Yearly RBLPOA dues are $35 per household
Your dues support the RBLPOA’s mission to keep the lake clean and clear, without overgrowth of toxic algae, weeds, or E. coli, and with a healthy, balanced lake ecology. Dues also make possible this website, the newsletter, and great community events like the Regatta and the Holiday Party.
Be a good neighbor. Volunteer, participate, pay your dues.
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Click the yellow “Buy Now” button to pay for this year only (2019) either by PayPal or Credit Card.
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Landscape workshop with Amanda Bayley Saturday, March 30, 2019 Landscape workshop with Amanda Bayley Learn how to plant to protect wildlife and the lake, Be a steward of the lake in your own yard. Get together with your neighbors. Free, but registration required 5 to … Continue reading
This spring, the RBLPOA and the RBL Garden Club invite you to two Saturday 5 pm workshops: March 30 and April 27. Mark your calendars. Get together with neighbors and learn what you can do for the lake. Landscape workshop … Continue reading
Thursday, Feb 7, was a wet, foggy evening, but the Town Hall parking lot was full and the Town Hall meeting room was standing-room only. About 40 residents crowded in to hear the DOT discuss specifics of the construction, necessary … Continue reading
Thursday, Feb 7 at 6 – 7:30 pm, Town Hall Do you have questions or concerns about the overpass construction? DOT representatives will hold an important informational meeting specifically for RBL residents on Thursday, Feb 7, from 6 to 7:30 … Continue reading
The annual Roaring Brook Lake Holiday Party will be Sat, Dec 15, 7-10 pm at a neighbor’s home on the lake (details once you register). Enjoy a wonderful evening of celebration and good cheer. Tickets are $15/person to cover spirits … Continue reading
RBLPOA Meeting August 4, 2018 — Lakescaping for lake health On a rainy Saturday in August over 30 RBL residents gathered (indoors) to hear two experts discuss things that each of us can do in our own yards to help … Continue reading
Had enough of beach closings? There are a few simple things you can do in your own yard to reduce the threat of toxic algae. Learn what they are and ask questions. This Saturday, August 4th at Children’s Beach from … Continue reading