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Monomonac Lake Property Owners Association By-Laws

As Amended at the July 15, 2023 MLPO Annual Meeting I. PURPOSE The purpose of the Association shall be to preserve and promote recreational interests in areas bordering upon and lying in the waters of Lake Monomonac and connecting waters, more particularly to: (a) preserve the natural beauty of the Lake region, (b) maintain Lake […]

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2023 Approved Changes to Bylaws

Approved Changes to Bylaws July 15, 2023 (A) By replacing the first sentence in paragraph 1, “There shall be a Board of up to nine (9) regular Directors (including officers and up to six (6) Alternate Directors.” with the sentence “There shall be a board of Directors consisting of up to fitieen (15) members, including […]

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MLPOA Meeting Minutes 7-15-23

MLPOA 2023 Annual Meeting MinutesJuly 15, 2023 After attendees signed in and visited, Stephen Gray, MLPOA President, opened the 2023 MLPOA Annual meeting at 9:04 a.m. held at the Rindge Recreation Center on Wellington Road, Rindge NH. There were more than 76 new and current members in attendance which met the number (%) of members […]

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Project to protect the Lake Monomonac Watershed

To: MLPOA Members RE: Project to protect the Lake Monomonac Watershed I wanted to take a moment to acquaint everyone with an exciting project that has recently been undertaken to protect over 200 acres of developable land that lies in Winchendon and is contained within the Lake Monomonac water shed. This land was originally owned […]

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2022 Annual Meeting Minutes

MLPOA 2022 Annual Meeting Minutes  – July 16, 2022 After attendees signed in and visited, Stephen Gray, MLPOA President, opened the 2022 Annual meeting at 9:04 a.m. held at the Rindge Recreation Center on Wellington Road, Rindge NH. There were more than 74 new and current members in attendance which met the number (%) of […]

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Spring 2022 Newsletter

Spring 2022 Newsletter The snow has melted, the ice has gone out, mud season is a thing of the past, so it must be time to swing into our spring and summer mode here on Lake Monomonac. From my vantage point first to be seen on the lake in late March were the Merganser ducks […]

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