KEEP THE DATE!
SEPTEMBER 29th NOON TO 3 pm
OUR LAST PICNIC OF THE YEAR
BRING A CHAIR, DISH TO PASS AND DRINKS
SEE YOU THERE!
GOODYEAR LAKE DAY ONCE AGAIN BEAT THE WEATHER!
OVER 40 OF US ENJOYED THE PICNIC
AND THANKS TO MAJESTIC FIREWORKS AND
THE KINDNESS OF THE SHULTES,
THE FIREWORKS WERE A TOTAL BLAST!
Props to the "Viking Ship" for keeping the boat parade alive
and to Kay Pickup, Donna Shultes, and Kathy Clarkson
for their invaluable help at the picnic,
and to all those others who helped set up and clean.
Caitlin Stroonsnyder has graduated from the Lake Management Program and has published the Goodyear Lake Management Program.
Her very comprehensive report is available online.
A quick link is below. Click on the button.
Click on "Events" & "Upcoming Events" to see our Calendar
of Events for 2018
The following is a link to addressing the control of and removal of aquatic plant life from your waterfront:
If you don’t have it already, Diet for a Small Lake is a great reference for lake-side property owners and Lake associations, as it covers all of the major aspects of lake ecology, watersheds, management options, and regulatory considerations. You can purchase it from NYSFOLA or find it in sections on the DEC website.
(Thanks to Holly Waterfield of the Biological Field Station for the info)
NOTE: Diet for a Small Lake can now be found here if you click on OUR LAKE
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL MEMBERS AND GUESTS OF MEMBERS:
ALL GOODYEAR LAKE ACCESS POINTS AND RIGHT-OF-WAYS MUST BE KEPT OPEN AND ACCESSIBLE. THERE IS TO BE ABSOLUTELY NO PARKING OF VEHICLES OR TRAILERS AT THESE LOCATIONS. NO PRIVATE PROPERTY MAY BE LEFT OR STORED AT THESE LOCATIONS.
We are reaching out to members to assist us in our yearly efforts. If you have an interest in any of the following areas, pls. contact us via E-Mail:
...improvements to rights-of-ways and parkways
...boosting our membership
...helping with Goodyear Lake Day
...annual lake-wide garage sale
...the ecology of the lake and silting problems
The Portlandvile Launch Site has been finalized and in use. Congrats to all who made this a reality, and thanks to Senator Seward for the grant and to Bruce Shultis for applying for the grant, and to DEC for all its help in moving it forward.