We are certainly blessed to have this privilege. Beginning in late July, the Lake became much clearer than usual for that time of year. The great news is that this has certainly continued into September. This is very unusual and most likely due in part to lack of rain thus reducing the flow of nutrients and phosphorus into the lake. Hopefully when we have sewers, this will be a permanent and regular happening. Speaking of sewer's, while there is a lull in the action before the upcoming vote on the sewer district, please know that Drew Hamelink and Bill Goslin have been hard at work to resolve a large number of details to make this next step happen. We are so fortunate to have these two very active and dedicated men working hard on this project.
Another note on this summer was the large amount of activity on the Lake at certain times. I personally like to see people using and enjoying this wonderful resource. I was very impressed by the way boaters conducted themselves, most of the time, by obeying the boating regulations. Our very busy and active group including Joanne Devoe, Sue Bishop, Judy Brodeur have given the BLIA a very definite social uplift with all their super event ideas, and all of their hard work to make them happen.They have brought us into the modern age with their use of social media. Thank you ladies for all of your ideas.