December 27, 2015
Comments Off on Listing of All Website Posts
This page: http://truesdalelake.com/sitemap/all-posts/ has a summary listing of all 300+ chronological website posts made on TruesdaleLake.com throughout its nearly 15 year history.
A listing of the less time-sensitive (aka “timeless”) Pages of this website can be found here: http://truesdalelake.com/sitemap/ including pages like Truesdale FAQs, Association information, Docks, Boats, Lake Management, and Projects. Continue reading
December 21, 2015
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Everyone had such a great response to the Fall photo series, we’re back again for Winter!
Send your winter lake photos to email@example.com and I will post them at the lake website.
Photos can feature snow, ice, bare trees, fog, winter animals, winter activities like sledding or skating, fire pits, ice fishing — or pretty much anything that happens in winter around and on Truesdale Lake. If you have winter photos from past years send them in but please note the year if you know it.
If you have a title for your photo, let me know. All photos will be credited to the photographer.
Thanks! … Rob Continue reading
December 16, 2015
Comments Off on Truesdale Lake – End of Year Report
Allied Biological issued their first of a kind end of year report for Truesdale Lake.
It summarizes the state of the lake and the treatments made to the lake. It’s a quick read and a good reference. Hopefully they continue producing these annual reports. Continue reading
December 9, 2015
Comments Off on Lake Manager Talk December 10th at 7:30pm
Forwarding a note From David Sachs via Next-door Truesdale website:
“Good afternoon on this overcast and damp and chilly December afternoon. Just a quick reminder – Michael Martin from Princeton Hydro will be speaking tomorrow evening – about lake management in general and Truesdale Lake in specific.
We will begin at 7:30 promptly and will end, I would assume, about 9 or 9:30. Michael has managed lakes for 30 years, and has a lot of interesting ideas to share. Some are similar to things you have heard before, and others are new and different. Come and join us if you can.”
Link to note: https://truesdalelake.nextdoor.com/news_feed/?post=18989295 Continue reading
December 5, 2015
Comments Off on SAVE THE DATE — Caroling On The Beach – Sunday December 20 – 5:30 p.m.
Come and join us for our annual caroling on the beach. We will be at the Gilbert Street Beach – and all are welcome – TLPOA members, TEA members, and all others.
Santa will join us, there will be a nice roaring fire, lots of hot cocoa and cookies, and some music. This is always a great part of the holiday season. Bring your voices, bring your friends, and come and have a good time! Continue reading
December 2, 2015
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Christian Jenne, graduate student of Lake Management at the State University of New York at Oneonta, has put together and distributed a survey to help determine characteristics of our lake and the surrounding area. This feedback will be one facet in helping Christian put together a comprehensive lake management plan for Truesdale Lake.
The survey can be downloaded here in fillable PDF form. You can email it back to him at firstname.lastname@example.org once you have completed the survey. Or you can print it out and fill in your answers and send it back (by December 12) to:
c/o Biological Field Station
5838 State Highway 80
Cooperstown, NY 13326
Thanks for your help with this. Continue reading
November 22, 2015
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It was quite a show. Photos can’t really capture it, but we can try. Continue reading
October 19, 2015
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Leaves are changing colors, days are getting shorter, and beach toys have been packed away for the winter.
Share your fall photos of Truesdale Lake – send them to us at email@example.com and we’ll put them up at the lake website.
To start things off, here are a few fall shots around the lake. Continue reading
September 12, 2015
Comments Off on Horse & Hound Featured in Local Restaurant News
FiOS TV did a feature story on the history of the Horse & Hound. It features interviews with patrons and Sue Vales, the owner/chef at the restaurant.
Click link to check the 5 minute video feature on a regular series they call “Restaurant Hunter.” Continue reading
September 6, 2015
Comments Off on Field Guide to Invasive Plants
If you have ever wondered plants in Truesdale Lake are invasive, this free PDF booklet will tell you. We have a couple in the book but not many. One of the reasons we have boat stickers is to keep tabs on boats and avoid transporting invasive species into the lake that are not present already.
PDF Book Available for Download at link. Continue reading