On a beautiful Saturday morning there were 41 in attendance at the SLA June meeting. Everyone came to see PHS Teacher Todd Shuskey and 3 of his students give a presentation on the Water Quality testing they do in Silver Lake and show the equipment they use. Ron N. filling in for Frank B. while he was busy supervising the divers at Silverlaken, updated us on the new projects the SLA/C.L.E.A.N. will be involved with this year. The SLA committees did their reports, Bob C. distributed the flares and at the end everyone was off to enjoy the beautiful day. Thanks to all who attended the June meeting… Directors, Committee Chairs, guests and especially our Guest Speakers!
The SLA has added the April 2019 Minute Summary to the website. Also, if anyone is interested in SLA or Silver Lake Embroidered merchandise you can click on the link on the top post to order yours items today. The order form will only be available until June 17th. The opportunity to purchase items again will not be available until May 2020.
The SLA May meeting was attended by 32 members and guests. Derek and April Orf promoted their new Lake Life Management Company on Silver Lake. Bert Gallmon gave the final details of the Silver Serpent Triathlon slated for June 2nd (volunteers and spectators encouraged!). Matt Jensen (VOP Administrator) updated the group on the renovations of Perry Public Beach and Silver Lake Trail. We welcomed the new SLA Secretary Brian Kinsman. The SLA WQ Chair Frank Bright gave another interesting presentation full of important information. The Committees of; Membership, Boat Parade Home Owners of Distinction, SL Sailing Club, Lake Wide Garage Sale, and our new SLA Merchandise line, all gave their reports. Our next SLA Meeting is June 8th. All are welcome to attend.
SLA is working with Martin Acres Embroidery to make available merchandise with the SLA and Silver Lake logos. Attached is their website to order your items now! Silver Lake Association Members/residents will get a special Discount and 5% of the total purchase will be donated by the company to the SLA Water Quality Committee for lake projects.
Go to this website to order: https://www.companycasuals.com/SilverLakeAssociation/
Time is running out to get your pictures and articles in, to Conolly Printing, for the 2019 SLA directory. Contact the SLA or your tract director for contact information. Have a fun and safe winter, see you in Spring!
Now you can support C.L.E.A.N. with tax deductible donations.
You may know the good news but if not – I wanted to share that the village has been awarded $300,000 through the EPF grant program to support the Village Beach project. I write both to share the news and also my gratitude for your support of the application. We had such broad-based support – over 25 letters written! The project’s support by our county leaders, our lake leaders and neighbors, our school, town and village leaders, by local families, by arts organizations and advocates, small businesses, and economic development partners all played a crucial role in conveying the importance of this project.
Our state representatives did everything in their power, and Senator Gallivan’s endorsement of the regional significance of this free public access to Silver Lake through his recommendation of the $150,000 SAM grant we were awarded last year, helped to bring home the point.
You sent a strong signal about the local and the regional significance of this project and you took time out on short notice – always the way with grants – to learn about the vision and provide your support.
Even while we’ve been waiting, we haven’t been waiting! The Village hired a design firm this summer who have been working with a fabulous steering committee that has broad representation and knowledge. The team just finished schematic design for the beach. If you didn’t see it at the open house last month, the village will soon be posting it at our website.
So now we can fine tune it based on final funding (we had requested $500,000) and move efficiently into construction drawings this spring.
Thanks again – the time you took and the results it has brought is one more proof that Perry is a YES community!
____________________________Rick Hauser, MayorVillage of Perry
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 Home Owners of Distinction Award (Congrats goes out to Bonnie & Frank B. for winning this years honor). Paula S. informed everyone on the rules of primary resident voting. Mike B. updated us on his new venture “GLAMPING” Business on Traber Road. The SLA Officers and Tract Directors were voted in. There was much more information shared and articles voted on by the attendees. Our next SLA Meeting will be held at The Club Saturday, September 8th at 9am. We are always looking for involvement from Silver Lake Residents. Our Water Quality Team now a 501c3, C.L.E.A.N.@ Silver Lake, (Citizen-Led Environmental Action Network), will now lead the way with our tax deductible, water quality efforts. Frank B. Co-chair of C.L.E.A.N hands out appreciation awards to the deserving recipients.
The SLA with the help from Karl Hanafin created a nice graphical interface for the temperature sensor at Silver Lake. Click on the URL.
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!
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
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