It has been brought to the boards attention that there were concerns of the validity of the vote that took place on June 28, 2020 calling for a dues increase. Upon further research and discussions with the attorney it was found the June 28, 2020 vote was invalid. As per the Rules and Regulations we… Continue reading New Vote for Dues Increase Scheduled for September 13, 2020
LLPOA Members, the Board is looking for volunteers to help us monitor our Fireworks and Beach Activities. We are looking for members who can donate 2 hrs as follows: Friday 4:00pm – 6:00pm6:00pm – 8:00pm8:00pm – 10:00pm Saturday 10:00am – 12:00pm12:00pm – 2:00pm2:00pm – 4:00pm We require 2 members per shift. If your a new… Continue reading Volunteers Needed for Security
In an attempt to address the concerns of members in regard to overcrowding at our beach, over this holiday weekend, and The State of Iowa Covid-19 Social Distancing mandates, the board will be enacting the following event control procedures this weekend for the safety of its members. All access to Daisy Street from Lakeshore Drive… Continue reading 4th of July Security Notice
It’s our favorite time of year at the lake. Our community has offered fun activities over the 4th of July holiday for families to enjoy and this year is no exception. Mark your calendars for the weekend’s activites! Fireworks Friday JULY 3rd — DUSK Reminder: Setting off personal fireworks during LLPOA show will result in… Continue reading 4th of July Activities
To All LLPOA Members and Guests: All NLV’s (non-licensed vehicles) must have current year NVL sticker and tag. If you are in need of one, please contact the treasurer. Thanks.
Due to Governor Reynolds continued Covid-19 rules and guidelines and for the safety and wellness of all our Members I have decided to suspend all activities till June 1st, 2020. I will be scheduling a second video meeting for May and will send the information to join. I do apologize for the inconvenience to our… Continue reading COVID-19
The Association no longer wants grass carp removed from the lake. The policy has changed due to the increase in vegetation. Even though the carp are old, they still eat the vegetation, and it’s costly to purchase new grass carp. Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Ice fishing flags are available through the Treasurer at 563-513-6337. There will be a one time fee of $10, unless it needs to be replace.