LEISURE LAKE PROPERTY

OWNERS ASSOCIATION

NEWS
Shown below are articles and links from original News Page  



ALL INFO BELOW IS 2016/2017

CLICK HERE FOR SEWER PROJECT


CLICK HERE FOR BOARD ROOM RENOVATION


CLICK HERE FOR OSPREY NESTING STATION


CLICK HERE FOR GUARD RAIL INSTALLATION


CLICK HERE FOR TREE REMOVAL FROM DAM

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  ALL INFO BELOW IS YEAR 2015

ALL MEMBERS PLEASE NOTE EFFECTIVE 2-23-16
There is a 15 ton weight limit on ALL roads on LLPOA Property until
spring thawing of structure underneath roads is complete, and roads have dried to the point of safe passage. (We will update this information as it becomes available from our road crew)  This could cause extensive damage!  Members note that local concrete and gravel companies have been notified they are not allowed any deliveries until our road crew determines they are safe for excess weight.
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December 7th, 2015
Attention Members;
Please take a look at the Lake Management Page, there is new information from our President with updates on the long term plan of Lake Management.  There is really good information there regarding our progress, updates, and future plans as we move toward 2016.
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November 2015, Mainline Excavating returned to our property to work on 2 leak areas ready for repair.  One is on "the point" and the other near Jeys property on the north end of the dam.  These 2 areas have been specifically targeted for this fall to be worked on, and are part of the Long Term Lake Management program.
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Saturday November 14th, 2015 a team of LLPOA volunteers began clearing brush and trees from the east side of the dam.  Trees were cut down, stumps have been chemically treated to prevent root growth, and major brush pile areas thinned.  This is something that is relevant to the safety and health of the dam.   Thanks to the volunteers that donated their time to get this project going. 
(Special thank you to Scott DeYoung of
  Cedar Birch Tree Service for his guidance, and equipment)
Here are the names of people that were submitted: Deb Bartell, Jennifer Abitz, Loren Ahlers, Mike Quinn, Dave Merrill, Gary O'Neil, Scott DeYoung, Dave Reuter, Doug Wells, Del Bischoff, Dan Kingsley, Don Ahlers, and Larry Harrington
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Saturday November 14th, 2015 a guardrail was installed at the bottom of the hill at Gate 9.   It looks great, and will certainly make that area much safer for traffic in and out of the lake.    A little tree trimming along the west side of the road is all that remains, and the project will be complete.  Thanks to so many people that helped with this project!  Hope we didn't miss any names....Butch Clark, Clayton Clark, Steve Althaus, Frank Marshall, Chris Allen, Tim Balfe, Terry Gavin, Rick Fluhr, Dave Reuter, C. Ray Smith, and Debbie Bartell/Jenny Abitz for the great lunch provided!                                                             Great team work on this one! 



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Much work has been done in the Blue Heron area.  A HUGE thank you to those that have spent MANY hours on this beautification project.  We have formed a Blue Heron committee that will continue to develop this area of our property. If you are interested in joining the committee, contact Mike Quinn (Chair) to get involved. Click on 

this link to email Mike:  mailto:squinn45@msn.com


CLICK HERE TO SEE PHOTOS OF BLUE HERON PROJECT