Quick update here to the blog to make visitors and residents aware that Lake26 has taken advantage of the BCLRA cleaning station program. The sign you see below, and the first set of wash materials has been provided by the BCLRA.
Dave Luka provided major expertise in attaching the sign to lumber, attaching equipment to the sign, and sinking it in the ground for us. Tony Bauer worked out the particulars of the sign placement with local authorities and was on-hand this morning to dig holes with Dave.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
We need all of us members to be aware of the lake's responsibility here. If you or your family or guests are at the landing, please check in on the condition of all the materials and solution. Please communicate.
Please consider whether you can participate more financially or as a volunteer for the lake to keep this station in good working order and full of supplies. We do need someone EVERY DAY of the summer to check on this station. While we already have a couple folks raising their hand, it's fair to share the burden more widely. Please contact the board if you think you can help.
If you have any questions about the program, the board will likely be able to help, though additional context can always be obtained directly from county resources:
Burnett County Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator at Burnett County
(715) – 349-2109 Ext. 1382
Thank you for continuing to support YOUR beautiful lake.
Spencer Knisely | President
TWENTY-SIX LAKE PROPERTY OWNERS' ASSOCIATION INC. (952) 818-4548 www.lake26.org