2018 Annual Dues is Due by April 1st, 2018
Please see the Moving Forward write-up located in the Wetlands section of this site. The first wetland walk about, to survey their condition will be March 3, 2018 at 9:00 am. More information can be obtained by contacting J. Arleen Corson at: email@example.com or, 574-457-6796.
Message from the President
How quickly time flies! It seems that it was just a short time ago that I assumed the duties as the PPA President. I am proud to report that in that time, several exciting things have been accomplished.
The first is something for which we all can be relieved. The loan for our Dam/Levee construction has been paid in full. A big part of this accomplishment can be directly attributed to the outstanding efforts of Larry Clough. His efforts literally saved us tens of thousands of dollars. That being said, there will be no 2018 assessment for the Dam/Levee Project.
It had been many years since a fish study had been done on the lake. In 2016, both a fish study, and a plant study were conducted. With the hope that we can use this information to better manage the lake, data from both these studies are being carefully scrutinized.
Arleen Corson has graciously headed up the huge project to bring our wetland area up to state standards. Through her, and several other volunteer’s efforts, we have continued to move closer to being relieved of our state mandated regulations that have cost us thousands of dollars the last few years.
Remember, we are all a part of a very pristine community. It takes each one of us to do his/her part. We need to maintain our property in a manner that is not offensive to our neighbors, and we should work in union with each other to make this a pleasant place to live.
With the continued cooperation, and voluntary efforts of our board and the PPA membership, we will continue to move forward. I am fully confident that we can accomplish much more in our effort to conquer our challenges, and reach our goals. Again, I will be counting on your support in these efforts.
Thanks for your support,
Pat Ebetino, PPA President