Thanks to everyone who came out to our annual meeting, held Saturday, Aug. 13, at the Glen Lake Community School.
If you weren’t able to be there, please see the slides from the meeting presentations here.
Welcome to our newly redesigned Glen Lake Association website. Our aim with this site is to make information easier to find and to be more responsive to member needs.
We also are offering significant technology enhancements that enable us to reduce administrative costs and improve recordkeeping. While the majority of our membership (72%) prefers email correspondence, we will maintain our regular mail communications for those members who don’t have an email address or are uncomfortable with online communications.
You can learn more about how to maneuver through the new website, how to utilize the site to pay your annual dues or make a contribution, view community calendars and the current GLA newsletter and learn how to register for upcoming
events at our annual meeting Aug. 13. An “easy steps” information card will be available on how to understand the site for everyone in attendance at the annual meeting.
The recent survey to our membership confirmed that swimmer’s itch is a high priority. The “itch” has increased to alarming rates on many neighboring lakes, and we are concerned that our interventions could be losing some of their effectiveness.
Last year the number of Common Mergansers residing our lake increased significantly. Given the state is not issuing permits to live trap Mergansers from lakes until required studies are completed (expected in 2017), we will be implementing the following measures in 2016: