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Board Meeting June 20th at 7 p.m.
HLPOA Community Members,
You are cordially invited to attend the Board meetings scheduled for this Monday, May 16th beginning at 7pm at the Avon Town Hall or via Zoom.
1. Please see the attached agendas for the HLPOA Annual Meeting, May Meeting, and Foundation May Meeting.
2. See below for Zoom link.
Highland Lake is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
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Temporary Open Burning Ordinance in Effect
There is Temporary Open Burning Ordinance in effect until May 31, 2022. After that the Permanent Open Burning Ordinance will be in effect, starting June 1, 2022. To find out more about these ordinances go to the Lake County website:
Hainesville Road Improvements
LCDOT is having their public meeting about the Hainesville Rd improvements on March 24th, 2022. For more information on the project and to register for the Zoom go to:
Another Ice Derby Is In The Books
The Fishing Derby was a great success. Over 20 participated and over $860 was raised for this years fish stocking. Congratulations to Todd, ticket #42 on winning the 50/50 raffle. The venison chili was also a big hit, thank you to the Eubanks/Coulter families for donating the meat and a shout out to Jim and Ron for planning this yearly event. We hope to see you next year.
The Highland Lake Ice Derby is Coming Soon!
Let's get ready to win the Stanley Cup of ice fishing! Our annual ice fishing derby is February 5-6th 2022. You may start as early as you like on Saturday. The trophy will be awarded to the angler with the largest catch at noon on Sunday at Downey Park. Please join us for the trophy presentation and some chili to warm up.
Boat Ramp at Hartnett Park Voted Down
The ballots were counted on the Sunday prior to the Board Meeting on Monday November 15, 2021. The counting was done by two board members, two community members and Krystal Larson of the Avon Township board. The votes came in as 36 for Downey Park and 29 for Hartnett Park.
Hartnett Ramp Vote