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.
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Category Archives: Lake
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
RBLPOA meeting July 14, 2018 Question and Answer session with Supervisor Oliverio — discussions of lake draw-down, goose problem, overpass updates, noise abatement, storm-water management, and others. Task Force Organization –Volunteer! Be a part of the solution! The big news … Continue reading
“One door closes and another opens…” Supervisor Sam Oliverio speaks about town issues including the new Rec Center opportunity.
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