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Navian Project Update, December 15th, 2020

Navian Project Update December 15th, 2020 Merry Christmas and happy Holidays to all our friends on the lake. I’d like to offer an update on what has become a rapidly moving target, ie the Navian Project. First bit of good news is that the project managers have reduced the size of the development to 59 […]

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Planning Board Meeting Minutes 11/17/2020

Planning Board MTG Nov17th Navian Project On Tuesday, Nov 17th the Planning Board continued discussions about the Navian Project proposal. The independent hydrologist report was reviewed. There was lots of fluff, but two numbers stood out. Assuming an average rainfall of 46 inches per year, the Navian property can produce 57 gallons of water per […]

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Planning Board Meeting Minutes – 10/6/2020

NAVIAN PROJECT Update October 2020 Planning Board Meeting Minutes – 10/6/2020 The following summary is not meant to be complete, my note taking skills are rusty at best. The PB accepted the application as essentially complete in order to allow public input. The formal minutes of the meeting are not yet available and may not […]

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The President’s Fall Letter

Presidents Fall Letter MLPOA September 2020 We are closing the season on an historic summer here on the lake. My spring letter mentioned our lake would be a refuge during the Covid crisis. Those words were prophetic, in that we have seen a busy and sometimes crowed lake throughout the summer. We are fortunate to […]

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2020 Annual Meeting Minutes

MLPOA Virtual Annual Meeting Minutes July 18, 2020 Due to COVID-19, the MLPOA Annual Meeting for 2020 was not held in person. In its place, all members of the MLPOA received email letters from Don Wilson, President along with two reminders that there would be a virtual meeting to take its place. All members were […]

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The President’s Spring Letter

Spring, 2020 As I sit by the lake, the ice is out and a fledgling eagle is learning how difficult it is to catch a duck. The world we knew last fall is far away, but parts of that world remain intact and waiting. There are constants to be counted upon, and our Lake Monomonac […]

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Ice Safety Tips (Courtesy of WSLA)

*Many residents on our lake have bubblers which can weaken the ice >150 feet away depending on the flow. If you have one, please clearly indicate to minimize risk for all those out on the ice (fisherman, snowmobiles, snowshoers, skiers, etc). *Never go onto the ice alone. A friend may be able to rescue you […]

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