Jan 13, 2021 – TLPOA Winter 2021 Newsletter published. Available for download below. Thanks to editor Clare Panno and all of the contributors. Send in your ideas for the next one. See newsletter for contact details!
January 6, 2021
Comments Off on Some Lake New Year’s Resolutions for 2021
Some Lake Stewardship Resolutions: I will get my septic tank pumped and inspected. If the tank baffles are missing or damaged, I’ll have them replaced. (Wind River, formerly Kaiser-Battistone offers 15% discount for lake area residents – but you have to … Continue reading
The TLPOA has started publishing its newsletter again. The editor is resident Clare Panno. She wrote articles and received contributions from lake residents and TLPOA board members for the most recent newsletter from Fall 2020. The TLPOA newsletter was mailed … Continue reading
With the recent drop in temperature and seeing little to no activity on the lake, we decided to begin the lake drawdown next week. Depending on the amount of rain we might encounter, the water level should drop quickly over … Continue reading
October 6, 2020
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Imaged TLPOA Newsletters from 1980 – 2008. Not a complete archive but there are a lot of them! Towards the end of the Newsletter archive are scans of the original Truesdale Lake sales brochure. The trees were a lot shorter … Continue reading
June 26, 2020
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Yoga at the TLPOA Beach – Sponsored by TLPOA Here are the details: Saturdays at 9:00AM All Summer — Gilbert Street Beach July 4, 11, 18, 25 August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 (Rain Dates: Sundays at 9:00AM) Free classes … Continue reading
August 29, 2017
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The classic lake management book ‘Diet for a Small Lake’ has been made available as a FREE pdf download. Originally published in 1990 — this is the 2009 edition which is the latest update.
The physical book is published at cost – hardcover is $25 and paperback copies sell for $15 if you want something to hold on to (order form here). The publication is 318 pages and chock full of useful information for homeowners and other stakeholders in the lake area. This pdf version of it contains the whole book.
(more at site link including FREE download) Continue reading
December 29, 2016
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Sharing this note from David Sachs, TLPOA President, about results from some testing and lake plans for next summer. More to come in regular updates:
Truesdale Lake Update – 2016-12-29
Greetings and Happy Hanukah and Merry Christmas to you all. I hope that you are having ample time to spend with friends and family and food this week and..
I wanted to provide you all with a quick update about Truesdale Lake and plans for this coming summer – even though there is currently a lot of ice on the lake.
First of all, the copper study that was mandated by NYS DEC has been completed by Pond and Lake Connection. They took 26 samples from the lake bottom… (more at link to website) Continue reading
June 21, 2016
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On Thursday, June 16th, Christian Jenne presented his preliminary findings on the state of Truesdale Lake. Slides from his presentation are below. His final written report – which is also his Masters in Lake Management thesis for the SUNY Oneonta Masters in Lake Management program – we anticipate will be published in September 2016.
Click below to view slides. (these are available at lake website in this article)
June 15, 2016
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Reminder: Two meetings on Thursday evening 6/16 at the South Salem Presbyterian Church.
1.) TLPOA members will meet from 7 – 8 p.m. — to review TLPOA matters (our budget, our water system, our plans for the coming year). **This first meeting is only for TLPOA members.**
2.) Then, at 8:15 – all those interested in Truesdale Lake are invited for the second meeting. Christian Jenne (from the SUNY Oneonta lake management team – who has been working with us for the past two years) — will make a presentation — and then we will have some time for questions and to discuss “next steps.”
The second meeting is open to all lake residents and will run from 8:15 until about 9:45. Continue reading