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The October 2013 KLC News is now available HERE and on the NEWSLETTER page.

See articles about the upcoming dam project, information for ice anglers from DEC, 4th of July events, who else can help stop the spread of invasive species, fish stocking, and more.

The July 2013 KLC News is now available HERE and on the NEWSLETTERS page.

The April 2013 KLC Newsletter is now available online HERE and on the NEWSLETTERS page.

Reminder: Starting in July, newsletters will be emailed/sent to KLC members only.

The January 2013 KLC Newsletter is now available online HERE and on the NEWSLETTERS page.

The January newsletters will continue to be mailed to all past members along with a membership renewal application. Remaining newsletters will be available online only. If we have your email address on file, you will be notified when each newsletter is available online.

Authors for Newsletter Articles

The KLC Board of Directors is seeking authored articles and/or suggestions for articles from members, lake residents and the community, for publication in future newsletters, and possibly on the website. Articles and suggestions should be related to the lake and surrounding community, and might include interesting stories about life on and around the lake, lake history, recreation (fishing, boating, skiing, boarding, swimming, diving, etc), activities, water quality, weeds, safety, guidelines, wildlife, shoreline issues, local construction, etc. Please forward your interest in authoring articles and/or suggestions to, with “Newsletter Articles” in the subject line. Someone will contact you. The KLC Board reserves the right to review, edit and/or determine adequacy for publication of all articles.


The KLC Board of Directors recognizes that in the past they have not done a good job of utilizing those members who have volunteered to help with tasks around the lake. However, at a recent meeting, the Board has made a renewed commitment to call upon volunteers who have expressed interest and, therefore, requests that members continue to check off preferred volunteer activities on the 2013 membership applications or forward an email to, with “Wish to Volunteer” in the subject line. Someone will contact you. Thank you for your support.

Certified Boating Instructor

The KLC Board of Directors is looking for a Certified NYS Boating Instructor who is willing to volunteer their time to teach a NYS Boater Safety Course for KLC members over the summer. If you or someone you know would be interested in helping, please forward contact information to, with “Boating Instructor” in the subject line.

The September 2012 KLC Newsletter is now available online.

You’ll find articles about how the past weed coverage has been reduced over the years, the need for future dam repairs, the coming of online membership payments, and more.

The July 2012 Newsletter is now available.

Great articles about fishing, PCBs, our new website, and the future of KLC newsletters.

  • The water level in the lake will be raised earlier than usual this year. KLC’s permit from DEC states that the water level will be raised as soon as possible after ice-out and, since we have not had any permanent ice, there is little justification for keeping it down. If you have water-front work which has not been completed, please get it done so rising water will not cause difficulties. Thank you.
  • The March 2012 KLC Newsletter is now available online.
  • The flood gate was opened on October 15th as planned. This year, the water will be lowered to about 60″ below summer level to allow for needed repairs to the dam. If shoreline residents plan to do work on their waterfronts, please try to have the work done this Fall, as the water often rises rapidly in the Spring and KLC is required to return to it’s Summer level as soon as possible after ice-out.
  • Photos of the flooding from Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee have been posted in the Gallery.
  • Read the October 2011 KLC Newsletter.