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.
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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 […]
Our first meeting of the year is now in the books. April 8, 2017 had 23 attendees! The season is early and we held the meeting at the Perry-Warsaw Airport in a nice cozy room with heat and bathrooms! Our May 13, 2017 meeting will be held at the regular location, The Club on Silver […]
Save this date: May 13, 2017 The SLA May meeting will have guest speakers Andrea Locke, WNY PRISM Coordinator, Frank Bright, SUNY Distinguished Professor (SLA WQ Chairperson), Jacquie Billings Barlow, Village of Perry Trustee, Brittney Roggers, Watercraft Inspection Program Leader, NY Sea Grant, and John Whitney District Conservationist, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Our presentation […]
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.
The link on the WQ Presentation tab titled Trail concepts will attach you to the SLT concept presentation Prepared by Barton & Loguidice, DPC for the village of Perry, town of Perry, and the town of Castile which are all working together to make this vision possible. This will present a visual of the trail, Perry Public […]
This report is now available on the Water quality tap of this website. There is a summary page available so you do not have to read the whole report.
Click on this link to read an article from the Daily News about a dredging project in Silver Lake. http://www.thedailynewsonline.com/bdn01/new-push-underway-to-secure-dredging-for-silver-lake-20170323 Letters from residents are available on the “Dredging” tab of this website. If any Silver Lake resident would like to write a letter to their local elected official concerning dredging, contact the SLA.
Information on the DEC regulations of docks in the Region 9 area are available clicking on this link. The link is available on the Water Quality tab of this website. https://search.usa.gov/search?affiliate=nysdec&query=dock+and+mooring+regulations
The 2017 winter newsletters have been mail out to our membership. If you are a member of the SLA and did not receive your copy please contact the SLA to update your information. There is now a copy on our website available in a printed PDF format.