Welcome Spring 2018,
Your LLPOA works throughout the year planning annual activities and monitoring issues that affect OUR Lake community. Please join us and meet your neighbors who are working to improve our lake for you and future generations.
We are looking for new members and a new chairperson for our legendary breakfast on Sunday of Labor Day weekend. We have plenty of volunteers but we just need someone to organize the project! A big thank you to everyone who is giving back to our lake and community!
See you at the lake,
LLPOA President – email@example.com
*Our semiannual newsletter available online -click on the newsletter tab on grey column at right side of this page. Contact us to receive a copy by email.
Check your property and/or talk with your neighbors. Nextdoor.com is a great way to keep in touch. The Loon Lake Area has a group established. Its easy to signup by using your address and email to use this private social media to keep up to date on happenings specific to our area.
1. 4th of July Fireworks
Fireworks show will be on Monday, July 3, 2017
Register your boat for the Boat Parade on Tuesday, July 4th, 2017
Thank you for your $$$ donated/collected which represent your vote that this beautiful extravaganza will happen again each summer!
Contact Lee Evans - firstname.lastname@example.org - 233-0179
Questions about milfoil treatment? Contact...LMD Advisory Committee or...
We discuss Milfoil at most LLPOA meetings, please come and ask questions.
Stevens County has contracted Aquatechnex to perform an herbicide treatment in the continued effort to control Eurasian Watermilfoil in Loon Lake. For information their website is Aquatechnex.loonlakewa.wordpress.com
Check milfoil tab above for updated information 2016
3. Water Quality? Click on Project Tab
Water Quality Monitoring Project Image Gallery August 2013
Also, read the Board Minutes to find out what is happening with Loon Lake Water Quality.
We are in our tenth year of testing Loon Lake water quality and resident and board member Jim Davies is always willing to discuss his data with you. He can be reached at 233-2651. You can also go out on a water quality foray with him if you would like to learn more. We accept donations for water quality testing.
4. We would like to meet you! Join Us!
Your Lake, Your Interests, and Your Property Owners Assoc.- We would like to get to know you.
Dues envelope sent out in Spring Newsletter
Looking for active members from each beach association.
5. Phosphorus Phacts
Fact: One pound of phosphorus can grow 700 pounds of algae.
Source: Historical Perspective of the Phosphate Detergent Conflict, Chris Knud-Hansen, 1994, (Washington State Department of Ecology).
DO YOUR PART TO HELP REDUCE PHOSPHORUS IN LOON LAKE.
Use dishwashing detergents that contain less than 0.5% phosphorus.
If lawn fertilizers are used, use types that contain NO phosphorus. Do not wash your boat or bathe in the lake.
Updated: 4/01/2018 (State of Washington)
Are we reaching you? We welcome your:
Feedback - Ideas - Input - Suggestions!
Send to: email@example.com
Become a Member of LLPOA!
Come to a meeting or contact
LLPOA President Lee Evans
Or, write us at:
Loon Lake Property Owners Association
PO Box 165
Loon Lake, WA 99148
Fishing Season Opener
Granite Point Cafe Opening
April 28 & 29 8am-4pm
closed April 30-May 4
Opening for Summer
LLPOA MEETING MAY 10, 2018 at 6:30pm Old Schoolhouse
CHIPPER DAY DATES
SAT JUNE 2, 2018, 9-3
SAT OCT 20, 2018, 9-3
Click on Calendar/Events tab at top of website for more details.
Always the second Thursday of the month - 6:30 p.m. At the Old Schoolhouse
Loon Lake Milfoil Questions
LMD Advisory Committee:
N. Shore - 233-0179
Steve Pehl-Sunnyside Beach
Dennis Drinkard-Silver Beach
Daryl Howe-Carlson Beach
Bill Drollinger-Robbins Rd
Barry Smith-Granite Point
Advisory Board Meetings
2nd Monday each month
6:30 p.m. Old Schoolhouse