Advance pay for Regatta 2018
- Regatta 2018 –Same exciting events, same fabulous food. New payment method
- Registration by wristband for all attendees
- Wristband entitles wearer to food and beverages all day!
- Big discount if purchased in advance — $5 in advance/$10 at the gate
- Wristbands free for kids age 6 & under
- All sales are final – sorry, no refunds
Pay 2018 RBLPOA dues here
Yearly RBLPOA dues are $35 per household
Your dues support the RBLPOA’s mission to keep our lake clean and clear, without overgrowth of toxic algae, weeds, or E. coli, and with a healthy, balanced 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. It’s good karma!
New this year! Click the “Subscribe” button to pay your 2018 dues and also be enrolled for automatic payment each year by credit card or PayPal (It’s one less thing to remember to do, and you can unsubscribe at any time):
Or, if you prefer, click the yellow “Buy Now” button to pay for this year only (2018):
Category Archives: Lake
RBLPOA Meeting July 14, 2018 – Part 2 In which Ina Cholst and Town Supervisor Sam Oliverio each discuss the possibility of applying for 303(d) status for RBL. What’s your opinion? In which Sam congratulates the residents of RBL for … Continue reading
Now, video installment #1 and a brief written summary… RBLPOA meeting July 14, 2018 The big news is that residents, concerned by the surge of toxic algae and beach closings, expressed overwhelming support to kick off a multi-year, multi-pronged approach … Continue reading
Summary: Lake Manager Meeting May 12, 2018 The long-term key to the clarity, recreational use, and ecological balance of Roaring Brook Lake is both in the water and on the land, Lake Manager Fred Lubnow told residents at a Town … Continue reading
Three times a year, in early spring, late spring, and late August, our resident snapping and painted turtles cross roads and risk getting hit by cars. Early spring (late March through April) is the time of year when the turtles … Continue reading
About 20 residents gathered on Saturday, January 20th at the home of RBLPOA president Ina Cholst to learn about advanced technology septic systems. The discussion leaders were Debbie Mayers, the owner of Tri-State Pump & Septic Supply, and Mike Taub, … Continue reading
Sat, January 20, 2018 at 10 am; learn about advanced technology septic systems As part of our Lake Learning winter series, RBLPOA is hosting a community conversation on new technology septic systems. Our speaker and discussion leader will be Debbie … Continue reading
What are Harmful Algal Blooms (HAB)? Algae are important to the lake ecosystem, and most species of algae are not harmful. Algal blooms occur when certain types of algae grow quickly in water, often in response to increases in nutrients … Continue reading
Children’s Beach Was Closed on 8/27/17 Suspicious algal blooms, at the rope designating the swimming area and extending into the swimming area, were observed. The Department of Health, together with Town Supervisor Sam Oliverio, determined that Children’s Beach beach would … Continue reading