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LANGDON LAKE RULES AND GUIDELINES (GREEN) BOOKLET 01/12/2017
The 'Winter 2016' Langdon Lake Rules and Guidelines booklet was mailed out to Langdon Lake Homeowners Association members on December 27, 2016.

This updated version has been reformatted to hopefully make it easier to read and find the information regarding various topics. While there are no new rules and guidelines in your new booklet - there are some changes regarding the violation of some of the rules. So, please take a few minutes to read your new booklet.

Leaseholders may request a new rule or guideline, an amendment or an exception to the current rules by submitting a written request to the RGP (Rules, Guidelines and Policies) Committee. The committee will submit the request to the Board of Directors.

If you have not received your booklet, or have questions - please contact Connie Graybeal- Chairman of the Rules Committee or Marianne Fisher - Committee Member.

Thank you.
Your Board of Directors
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SNOWMOBILE PARKING AREA 12/13/2016
The snow is here to stay at Langdon Lake. We are currently sitting at 4 feet with a 6-8 inch base. More in the forecast.

We have multiple new owners this season, so let me mention again that there is a designated snowmobile parking area. The location is just below the gatehouse and marked with 2 orange marker poles. Please park your snow-cats and snowmobiles between the markers. Room is limited, so it is first come-first served. We have found in the past that if snowmobiles are parked randomly around the main entrance, they become a safety hazard as they become covered with snow and get run into.

As always, let me know if any questions.

Thanks,
Jerry
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MAIN GATE VANDALISM 10/04/2016
There have been 2 separate occurrences of vandalism to the main gate in the past 6 days. Both times the bracket screws were forcefully removed from the opener arm. The Umatilla Sheriff's Department has been notified. This situation is being further investigated along with incident reports and pictures of the damage.

Please contact me if you see or hear anything out of the ordinary.

Jerry Smith
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NEW SECURITY GATE AT EAST BOUNDARY 9/20/2016
It was brought up by a few members at the last annual homeowner's meeting a concern for added security at the east boundary of Langdon Lake. In the last few years, trespassing around this area has increased. Area of concern is the rocky road coming off of Coyote Ridge Rd. and heading towards Highland Drive.

It was approved by the Board of Directors to add a gate.

The new gate was installed just below our property line and should take care of the trespass problem. The green gate is locked with combination padlock and chain. Please notify me for the code. Also, please keep the gate CLOSED AND LOCKED each time you go through.

Thanks,
Jerry Smith

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LAKE WATER UPDATE 09/02/2016
A Lake water sample was sent to Aquatic Services in Seaside, Oregon for algae analysis. Algae was present in the sample; however, the cell counts for the toxin-producing algae that is present do not exceed the Oregon Health Authority Guidelines for recreational water. There is not a risk at this time for humans. Use your judgement as to whether to swim or submerge yourself in the water. As a safety precaution, dogs should be kept away from the water.

With cooler weather approaching, especially the colder nights, the algae will most likely quickly dissipate.
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