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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Category Archives: Beaches
Recycling at RBL All-in-one recycling is pretty easy if you take a few minutes to learn what you can and can’t recycle at RBL. Please put your empty, clean, dry recyclables directly in your bin — items in a plastic … Continue reading
Children’s Beach Shore Lane Moon Beach North Beach and Ferbers
CHILDREN’S BEACH OPEN 20 LAKE SHORE RD. SAT & SUN 11 AM – 6 PM MON – FRI 12 PM – 5 PM PARK BEACH OPEN 8 ALPINE PL. 11 AM – 6 PM SAT & SUN DAILY MOON BEACH … Continue reading
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While we’ve used sand for decades to build and replenish the beaches, it is now recognized that sand can have a negative impact on the water quality and overall health of the lake. We are already seeing some of these … Continue reading
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Membership on the Beach Committee is open to all Roaring Brook Lake residents. The Committee works with all interested residents and with Town of Putnam Valley officials on issues and projects affecting Roaring Brook Lake. For information, please contact the … Continue reading