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09. January 2022 · Comments Off on Rising Costs · Categories: General Information, Membership, Update

Hardly a day goes by without news of rising inflation. We see rising prices of food, gas, building material, cars, almost everything. And of course, it’s no different for the KLC. Our basic operational costs have been rising for years while membership dues have essentially remained the same since 2008 (except a small $15 raise to the basic membership in 2014). The cost of printing, postage, envelopes, gate lock and keys, copper sulfate, equipment maintenance, winter storage, insurance, etc. are all rising. In addition, the KLC continues to transfer $850/month from the General Fund to the Dam Reserve Fund. While last year members generously donated over $75,000 towards the cost of ProcellaCor to successfully treat Eurasian milfoil, the KLC had to spend over $12,000 from the General Fund to make up for the total treatment cost of almost $88,000. And please remember that the KLC receives no additional funding from any private or public agencies or municipalities. Accordingly, we find it necessary to increase each level of membership dues by $25: basic membership to $150, sustaining membership to $200, and benefactor membership to $225. Launch gate keys will remain at $15. We’ll now offer a single business sponsorship level at $200, which includes a basic membership.

We hope you will continue to support the KLC through membership dues and business sponsorships and strongly urge you to consider donating to our restricted funds. Restricted funds include the Dam Reserve Fund (for future improvements, maintenance, and flood control measures at the dam), the Weed Management Fund (to help control the growth of invasive and nuisance aquatic vegetation), the Water Quality Fund (to continue herbicide treatments to control algae growth), and the Fish Stocking Fund (for stocking game fish and habitat).

Thanks for your understanding and continued support.

28. December 2021 · Comments Off on Happy Holidays · Categories: Uncategorized

As we reach the end of the year, it’s our pleasure to say thank you to our members, donors, and sponsors! Through your generosity, we can continue to keep Kinderhook Lake an enjoyable recreational resource for all to enjoy. The KLC Board of Directors wishes you a wonderful holiday season and a new year full of good health, joy, and happiness.

13. November 2021 · Comments Off on Approaching Winter Drawdown Level · Categories: Drawdown, General Information

The lake is finally approaching its winter drawdown level. As an annual reminder to shoreline property owners, please do not rake leaves into the lakebed as they provide nutrients to feed invasive weed growth and algae. If possible, rake and remove any leaves that have blown into the lakebed. Branches and twigs should be removed as they tend to end up clogging the sluice gate at the dam and provide a danger to boaters and swimmers. Also, remember that the water level can rise quickly in the spring depending on rainfall and snowmelt, so please try to complete any shoreline projects this fall.  

25. September 2021 · Comments Off on The Drawdown is Coming · Categories: Drawdown, General Information

This is an early reminder that on October 15 we will begin to lower the lake to winter level. How fast the water level drops depends on the weather. We suggest you plan to complete any shoreline projects this fall as it is often difficult to control the rising water level in the spring due to rain and snowmelt. For newbies around the lake, the winter water level is approximately 52″ lower than the average summer level and we usually begin to bring the water back up to summer level shortly after ice-out in the spring.

29. August 2021 · Comments Off on Copper Sulfate Treatment – August 31 · Categories: General Information, Water quality, Water treatment · Tags: , ,

******* WARNING *******
Copper Sulfate will be applied to Kinderhook Lake
Tuesday morning, August 31, 2021

See the FAQ page for information and warnings
about Copper Sulfate treatment for algae control

12. August 2021 · Comments Off on KLC Community Lake Day Returns · Categories: Uncategorized

KLC Community Lake Day is returning to Kinderhook Lake. After a year off due to the pandemic, KLC Community Lake Day is planned for Saturday, August 21, noon to 2pm. Come enjoy an afternoon of community friendships and fun at One Tree Island. Burgers, dogs, and soft drinks are on the house, there will be a 50-50 raffle, and lake merchandise will be for sale. KLC Directors will be available to answer questions and discuss lake-related issues. Just in case, a rain date is set for Sunday, August 22. Looking forward to seeing you there.

09. August 2021 · Comments Off on EPA Tests Valatiekill Following July Flooding Event · Categories: Area news, General Information, Water quality · Tags: , , ,

Here are the results of EPA testing of the Valatiekill and adjacent sediment deposits south of Nassau Lake following the flooding event in mid-July.

EPA Community Update 08-04-21

08. August 2021 · Comments Off on Copper Sulfate Treatment – August 10th · Categories: Water quality, Water treatment · Tags: , ,

******* WARNING *******
Copper Sulfate will be applied to Kinderhook Lake
Tuesday morning, August 10, 2021

See the FAQ page for information and warnings
about Copper Sulfate treatment for algae control

25. July 2021 · Comments Off on Copper Sulfate Treatment – July 27, 2021 · Categories: Water quality, Water treatment · Tags: , ,

******* WARNING *******
Copper Sulfate will be applied to Kinderhook Lake
Tuesday morning, July 27, 2021

See the FAQ page for information and warnings
about Copper Sulfate treatment for algae control

22. July 2021 · Comments Off on No Wake Restriction Lifted · Categories: Uncategorized

As of 7:00 AM this morning, the water level had dropped about an inch below the secondary spillway. The launch gate is now unchained, the no-wake restriction is lifted, and you may resume and enjoy normal boating activity. Thanks for everyone’s cooperation during the flood event.