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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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LAKE SECURITY 8/22/2016
It was reported to me by our volunteer security person (Chuck Zohner) a few people may be of interest that he heard about recently. He was told by a close neighbor (off the lake property) that she ran into 3 bike riders using Elk LN this past weekend. They were 2 males and one female. All 3 looked like meth addicts. One was riding a kids bike. They were quickly prompted to leave the area as they were trespassing on private property. Their remark was that they were looking for a cabin to buy. The neighbor called their bluff and a lot of heated words were exchanged.

Keep on the lookout for anyone who doesn't belong. Contact Oregon State Police or Umatilla Sheriff Dept. if you see anything out of the ordinary.

Jerry Smith
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UMATILLA ELECTRIC UNDERGROUND POWER INSTALLATION 8/22/16
If you were at the lake this past weekend, you noticed the freshly dug ditches on the NE side of the lake and by the main entrance. As was planned, UEC (Umatilla Electric Co-op) is in the process of burying all the main power lines, thus the reason for the mess.

I was approached with a lot of questions regarding estimated time for ditches to be covered and roads re-graveled or green areas reseeded. I spoke with the excavation project manager about this today. He said they will fill in ditches and re-gravel areas as soon as possible. Re-seeding green spots would happen after the entire project is completed. He realizes that there is a short window for any excavation at Tollgate...especially late in the summer. So he is racing against the clock to get everything done. Your patience is appreciated.

Another question was in regards to cost for the cabin owner to get underground power installed from a cabin site to the new underground power main line. There is no price per foot data on this. I was told by UEC contact person Nancy Lang that there are too many variables to give a flat rate cost. These variables include whether your meter base needs updated, whether you will need conduit in the ditch, whether you will have 200 AMP wire or Class 320 wire installed, what type of digging is involved...rocky or dirt, etc. etc. The other thought mentioned by Nancy was the fact that the entire project for burying the main power needs to be completed before cabin feeder lines are hooked in. It might be best to wait until Spring 2017 before cabin owners begin their own underground power install

Further questions on this can be answered by Nancy Lang. Her number is 541-564-4367

Finally one last question asked was whether there will be any underground power installed on the North side of the lake by Hwy 204. The answer is yes. From what I understand, that is the final phase for underground power install at Langdon Lake.

As I said, these folks are racing against the clock with their excavation and power install. They are doing their best to make everyone happy and not break a septic or water line in the process. They are estimating that everything should be finished by late September if all goes well.

Let me know if any questions.

Jerry Smith
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FOURTH OF JULY SAFETY
With the Fourth of July weekend upon us, a reminder to Langdon Lake homeowners that fireworks of any kind are not allowed at any location on Langdon Lake property. The Association instituted a policy on March 5, 2007, which states, "A fine of $500.00 will be assessed to any homeowner or guest caught using fireworks of any kind on homesite property, common areas, reserved areas or over the Lake at any time." This is for the protection of homeowners as well as Langdon Lake property and the surrounding forest.

Please enjoy your time at Langdon Lake this weekend and have a Happy and Safe 4th of July!
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FOURTH OF JULY SAFETY
With the Fourth of July weekend approaching, a reminder to Langdon Lake homeowners that fireworks of any kind are not allowed at any location on Langdon Lake property. The Association instituted a policy on March 5, 2007, which states, "A fine of $500.00 will be assessed to any homeowner or guest caught using fireworks of any kind on homesite property, common areas, reserved areas or over the Lake at any time." This is for the protection of homeowners as well as Langdon Lake property and the surrounding forest.

Langdon Lake property is surrounded by the Umatilla National Forest and is regulated by the Oregon Department of Forestry. As noted below in the Oregon Department of Forestry Regulated Closure #1, fireworks are not allowed on lands protected by the Oregon Department of Forestry.

Please enjoy your time at Langdon Lake this coming weekend and have a Happy and Safe 4th of July!
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