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02. December 2022 · Comments Off on NEW Online Membership & Donation Form for 2023 · Categories: Membership

The KLC has a NEW Online Membership & Donation Form for 2023. The new online form will provide direct downloads to our DonorPerfect database system, which we have been using for many years to track memberships, donations, and sponsors. Using the new online form will reduce countless hours of manual data input by KLC volunteers and help to reduce database errors.

Although paper membership applications will still be available, we urge ALL members, donors, and sponsors to please begin using the NEW Online Membership & Donation Form. The new form is simple and safe to use. 

We thank you for your cooperation in this new endeavor. If you have questions about the new payment system, please send your inquiry to klc@kinderhooklakecorp.org.

17. November 2022 · Comments Off on Please, DO NOT DO THIS · Categories: AIS, Water quality

It is a fact that decomposing leaves produce phosphorus and nitrogen (as well as other minerals). It is a fact that phosphorous and nitrogen are major contributors to excessive aquatic weed growth. Google it! Please, DO NOT DO THIS. 

 

08. October 2022 · Comments Off on Drawdown Will Begin on October 15th · Categories: Dam, Drawdown, General Information

We will begin lowering the lake to winter level on October 15th. Winter water level is approximately 52-inches below the average summer water level. Depending on rainfall, winter water level is usually attained by early- to mid-November. The drawdown occurs annually in accordance with our DEC permit in an attempt to protect shorelines and docks from ice damage during the winter. This also allows riparian owners time to repair and/or improve their shorelines and docks. Shoreline projects are best completed in the fall, as rising water levels in the spring can be unpredictable due to snowmelt and rain events.

06. September 2022 · Comments Off on Notes from 2022 Annual Members’ Meeting · Categories: General Information, Meeting, Membership

For those KLC members who were not able to attend the annual membership meeting on Saturday, August 27, here is a very brief review of committee reports and member discussions.

  • The Treasurer presented and explained the Statement of Activity by Class for 2022 through July 31, along with total available cash in savings and checking accounts.
  • The Membership Committee reported on a total of 326 paid KLC members through July 31, 2022, falling slightly short of 2021 memberships but ahead of 2020 memberships, and that only about 55% of lakeshore owners are KLC members.
  • The Fish Committee reported on the potential to stock largemouth bass next spring in various weedy locations around the lake.
  • The Weed Committee reported on last year’s success in eradicating Eurasian Milfoil and what weed species are now present in the lake. Live samples of eight different weed species found in the lake this summer were available in water-filled containers for members to view.
  • The Water Quality Committee reported on the copper sulfate treatments to control the growth of blue-green algae and the ability to keep the water clarity at a 4.5- to 5.0-foot depth for most of the summer, a preferred depth to help reduce an overabundance of weed growth. A final copper sulfate treatment is tentatively scheduled at the end of Labor Day weekend, on the final day treatments are permitted by our DEC permit.
  • The Merchandise Committee reported on total merchandise sales and profit to date.
  • The Fundraising Committee reported on another successful Community Lake Day at One Tree Island. Raffle prize winners were recognized and total profit from the day was reported.
  • The Ad Hoc Committee assembled to review the Town of Chatham Comprehensive Plan reported on the Position Paper presented to the Town at the end of 2021. The Paper discussed how and why water quality issues could be affected by development within the Kinderhook Lake watershed, requested that land within the watershed be designated as an environmental district, and asked that the KLC be designated as an interested party in potential development within the watershed.

General discussions before the meeting was adjourned included information about the differences between the KLC and KLIA, ways to increase lakeshore owner membership, why the KLC cannot require lakeshore owner memberships, a request for more KLC public events, and more.

Thorough minutes of the annual meeting will be available to KLC members in August of next year.

31. August 2022 · Comments Off on Copper Sulfate Treatment – September 5th · Categories: Water quality, Water treatment

******* WARNING *******
Copper Sulfate will be applied to Kinderhook Lake
Monday evening, September 5, 2022

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

14. August 2022 · Comments Off on Copper Sulfate Treatment – August 18th · Categories: Water quality, Water treatment

******* WARNING *******
Copper Sulfate will be applied to Kinderhook Lake
Thursday morning, August 18, 2022

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

01. August 2022 · Comments Off on Copper Sulfate Treatment – August 3rd · Categories: Water quality, Water treatment

******* WARNING *******
Copper Sulfate will be applied to Kinderhook Lake
Wednesday morning, August 3, 2022

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

16. July 2022 · Comments Off on Copper Sulfate Treatment – July 18th · Categories: Water quality, Water treatment

******* WARNING *******
Copper Sulfate will be applied to Kinderhook Lake
Monday morning, July 18, 2022

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

12. July 2022 · Comments Off on Community Lake Day – August 6th · Categories: Events, General Information

You are all invited to the KLC’s annual Community Lake Day on Saturday, August 6th, from 12 to 2 pm on One Tree Island. This is a celebration for the entire community. Everyone is invited and you do not need to be a KLC member to attend. Enjoy some time with your family and neighbors and by all means, make a few new friends. KLC Directors will be available to discuss any lake-related issues.

Burgers, dogs, and soft drinks are all on the house. Lake Day Raffle tickets are available in advance from any KLC Director for $5 each or $20 for five tickets. $250, $150, and $50 cash prize. The prize drawing will take place at 2 pm. Money raised from the raffle will be used to support the many KLC programs that help improve the lake and dam. 

Mark your calendars and be sure to join us for Community Lake Day on August 6th. Just in case, the rain date is August 7th. Keep your eyes on our Facebook page for any last-minute changes.

10. July 2022 · Comments Off on Navigation Lights · Categories: Uncategorized
Boat owners and their guests on Kinderhook Lake are reminded that NYS Boating Law requires navigation lights to be displayed on all powered watercraft between sunset and sunrise.
 
Navigation lights include:
  1. One RED fore-port sidelight,
  2. One GREEN fore-starboard sidelight, and
  3. An all-around WHITE light at the rear of the boat at least three feet above the fore sidelights.
In addition, speed is regulated by the Town of Kinderhook at no more than 5 mph between sunset and sunrise.
 
Please be sure that your navigation lights are properly displayed at night and that your speed is kept to less than 5 mph.

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