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31. March 2020 · Comments Off on 2020 Dam Repairs are Complete · Categories: Dam, Update

Before Repairs

After Repairs

The latest repairs to the dam have been completed. As a reminder, two deteriorating downstream faces of the dam were in desperate need of repairs. Unfortunately, getting to an existing sound surface to attach the new concrete face required removal of greater than the expected 6” of existing concrete. In fact, an average depth of 8”–12” of existing concrete needed to be removed before the new concrete face could be properly applied. This condition could not have been determined until the existing deteriorating concrete was removed. Accordingly, this raised the final cost of engineering and construction to $81,339. Kudos to Keller Construction for completing a difficult project quickly and efficiently, and thanks to Board President Bernie Kelleher for managing the engineering and construction.

Of course, the higher construction cost has placed a greater burden on the KLC. The difference between available funds in the Dam Reserve Fund and the final construction cost has increased to over $26,000. We acknowledge and very much appreciate the generosity of donations so far, but we are still a long way from replenishing the Dam Reserve Fund. While we understand that some families may not be in a position to help due to the current state of the economy caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, we ask that those who are in a more fortunate position to please consider an additional donation to the Dam Reserve Fund. Donations can be made with your mail-in membership application, using our online membership payment system, or via the “donate” button found in the right column of this website. Every dollar counts, even just a few if that’s all you can do.

The lake is rising to summer level at this time and we are looking forward to brighter and healthier days ahead. Thanks to everyone for your generosity and support.

 

26. March 2020 · Comments Off on Membership and Merchandise Day Canceled · Categories: Uncategorized

This coming Saturday’s (3/28) Membership and Merchandise Day has been canceled due to health and social distancing concerns. We will determine if the next such event on 4/11 will be held based on conditions as we get closer. Thanks for your understanding.

08. March 2020 · Comments Off on Dam is in Need of Repairs · Categories: Dam · Tags: ,

One of the primary missions of the KLC is to maintain and upgrade the Nivers dam. Over the past decade, the KLC has completed well over $200,000 of major upgrades to the dam. Projects have included new coffer steel and concrete support to the upstream side of the dam, relining of the sluice pipe, repairing the sluice gate, replacing the old pedestrian bridge, and refacing several areas of the downstream side of the dam. None of these upgrades would have been possible without the generosity of our members.

Another project is now required to reface the deteriorating downstream main spillway and adjacent face of the dam. While a certain level of repairs will always be required to maintain an operational dam, we hope this project will be the last in this series of major upgrades, and will insure that the dam remains in good condition and fully operational for many years into the future.

As can be seen in this photo, the face of the main spillway is spalling and deteriorating. An area just west of the main spillway looks the same. This project will require chipping away approximately 6” of deteriorating concrete face, installing pins grouted into the remaining sound concrete dam, installing a grid of epoxy coated steel reinforcing bars, and forming and pouring a new concrete face to the main spillway and adjacent area. Approximately 620 square feet of concrete surface needs to be replaced. An added expense of this project will be the need for a crane to reach the face of the spillway in order to remove the demolished concrete facing.

Design of the repairs has been completed by Ed Horn, the same Professional Engineer who has designed the previous dam upgrades. Engineering and construction is expected to cost approximately $68,000 based on the low bid received by one of the experienced contractors who has successfully completed other major upgrades to the dam. Thanks to the Board’s yearly transfers from the General Fund, as well as member donations, we have a Dam Reserve Fund balance of approximately $52,000. However, to help close the gap between available funds and the cost of engineering and construction, we ask that all members consider making an additional donation to the Dam Reserve Fund a high priority this year. You can either make an extra donation to the Dam Reserve Fund when completing your 2020 KLC membership application or simply click on the DONATE button in the righthand column of this page. Thanks in advance for your support.

Remember the old adage – Without the dam, there would be no lake!

05. March 2020 · Comments Off on Winter 2020 KLC News · Categories: Uncategorized

The Winter 2020 KLC News is now available HERE and on our NEWSLETTERS page.

Articles include: Needed Upgrades to the Dam, 2019 Summary of Harvesting Operations, Annual Notice of Copper Sulfate Treatment, Membership and Merchandise Days, What is CSLAP, NYSFOLA Conference, Dates to Remember

15. January 2020 · Comments Off on Northern Pike Ice Fishing Contest – CANCELED Due to Lack of Ice · Categories: Events, Fishing
01. January 2020 · Comments Off on Northern Pike Ice Fishing Contest – January 18, 2020 · Categories: Events, Fishing

Over the past few years we have seen a decline in the population of panfish in Kinderhook Lake. This is partially due to the increased amount and massive sizes of Northern Pike found in the lake. The KLC Fish Committee believes it is time to remove some of these large fish to help preserve and balance other species within the lake. 

Ice conditions permitting, on Saturday, January 18, 2020, we will hold a Northern Pike Ice Fishing Contest free to the public between 7:00am and 2:00pm. From 2:00pm to 4:00pm we will be accepting Northern Pike for disposal in the large metal building at 9 Old West Shore Drive in Valatie. Only fish caught within the legal size and bag limit per person will be accepted. KLC merchandise prizes will be awarded to those individuals with the longest fish and most fish. Again, this contest is open to the public and no entry fee is required.

We will also have membership applications, member window placards, boat launch keys, trailer stickers, and merchandise available for sale.

Please check our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/kinderhooklakecorp) in the days leading up to this event to see if there are any updates or weather-related changes. Feel free to contact Bio_mikef@yahoo.com or 17freebyrd@gmail.com if you have any questions about this event. Hope to see you there.

21. December 2019 · Comments Off on Unusually High Winter Water Level · Categories: General Information

Due to all the snow and rain over the past several weeks, it has been difficult to maintain a consistently low water level in the lake, even though the dam sluice gate has been wide open. In fact, the water level is extremely high right now, about 26” above the normal winter level. Adding in the cold temperatures, many docks are now frozen in the ice, potentially leading to some ice damage. Also be aware that If the current ice does not melt, the water level below the ice may begin to drop, so please use extreme caution if you venture out on the ice. Hopefully, the situation will improve, but as you know and have heard many times before, it is totally weather dependent.

01. October 2019 · Comments Off on The Drawdown Starts October 15th · Categories: General Information

Just a reminder that we will begin to lower the lake to winter level starting on October 15th 😢. Enjoy the next two weeks of boating and watching the leaves change color. The member’s launch gate will be left open from Oct 8 – 15 for those of you waiting until the very last second to remove your boats. Also, please remember to complete any waterfront projects this fall, as the water level is difficult to control in the spring due to rain and snowmelt.

23. September 2019 · Comments Off on Annual Members’ Meeting · Categories: Meeting, Membership

On August 24th, the KLC held its Annual Member’s Meeting at the KLIA meeting hall. Several dozen members were present to hear reports of yearly activities from each board committee, and the board responded to questions from members. We are happy to welcome new board member Malonie Langdon and congratulate reelected directors Ron Jensis, Bernie Kelleher, Drew Nelson, and Pete Walkes.

23. August 2019 · Comments Off on Copper Sulfate Application – August 26 · Categories: Water treatment

******* WARNING *******
Copper Sulfate will be applied to Kinderhook Lake
Monday morning, August 26th

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