The SLA sends warm wishes to everyone for a wonderful Christmas and a fun filled safe holiday season. The best to all in 2019! We thank you for your continued support.
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Here is a short synopsis of the SLA Annual August meeting held at The Club August 11th, 2018. The room was filled by the crowd of 54 attendees. Katie M. (Silver Serpent Triathlon), Bob C. (Conolly Printing, SLA Directory Publisher), Matt J. (VoP Administrator), were our Special guest speakers. Linda H. and committee presented the […]
The SLA with the help from Karl Hanafin created a nice graphical interface for the temperature sensor at Silver Lake. Click on the URL. http://karl.hanafins.com/silver-lake-thermocline-data—station-1
The SLA Water Quality Committee work together with divers to clean the waters at the Perry, NY Public Beach. More pictures will be posted with all the volunteers names when they become available. Underwater pictures and videos may also be available. TY to all that came out on that chilly Saturday, May 19th morning!
Attached is the link of the minutes of the NYS Federation of Lakes Association Region 1 Meeting held at The Club on Silver Lake, October 21, 2017. 23th Region 1 NYS Federation of Lakes Conference Report 2017 FINAL The SLA thanks Don and Elaine Cook for heading up this important meeting and Lorraine Sturm […]
If you happen to miss the SLA news in the Perry Central School newsletter the “Buzz”, our Water Quality team and School Biology students are working together! PHS SLA PDF
Attention all SLA members and the SL Community, Please take the time to read this. The SLA Water Quality Committee is hard at work doing things to help make our lake better. The SLA WQ team is making a difference and all of your support helps this get done. This is 1 of 2 planned […]
Spring is here (I think!) and everyone is getting their properties ready to look beautiful for all to see. Please be mindful while wanting your lawns and flowers to look beautiful, do the correct way to keep our lake healthy! http://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/67239.html Copy or click on this link to your browser to learn more.
DEC Encourages Homeowners to Practice Sustainable Lawn Care to Protect State Waterbodies DEC launches “Look for the Zero” campaign to urge homeowners to purchase phosphorus-free lawn fertilizer To protect water quality this spring, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today is urging New Yorkers to practice sustainable lawn care by going phosphorus […]
If you happened to see this sight on your walk by the outlet, you witnessed the taking of samples for the dredging process. The village of Perry approved the go ahead with this project. We will keep you updated as new developments occur.