Schroon Lake's crystal water, so clean you can drink it -- is not all the work of Mother Nature.
It’s the unsung heroes of three associations, which keep Paradox, Schroon and Schroon River healthy: The Schroon Lake Association, The East Shore Schroon Lake Association and The Paradox Lake Association.
And tonight you can get an update on what’s happening with Schroon, at the Schroon Lake Association’s Annual Meeting at 7:30pm.
The meeting also features the SLA's annual presentation on “THE STATE OF THE TOWN AND ITS WATERSHED." at the Schroon Lake Boathouse on Dock Street at 7:30pm.
More from SLA President Mark Granger:
"Schroon Town Supervisor Michael Marnell will give a presentation on our Town. With the expansion of the Town Hall for an enlarged Court and library, the complete renovation of the tennis courts, new irrigation for the golf course and further work on dealing with surface water runoff issues, Mike’s speech is certain to be interesting and informative.
Following Mike, SLA Vice President Roger Friedman will moderate an expert panel on the State of the Watershed. Speakers include: SLA Lake Manager Steve LaMere on water quality testing and history, Bob Bombard and Nick Rowell from Warren County Soil and Water on invasive harvesting and surveillance, Dave Reckahn from Essex County Soil and Water on septic system, road and shoreline erosion and reducing lakefront property and highway contribution to water pollution. Jim Lieberum manager of our surface water runoff prevention grant will outline the grant’s accomplishments and discuss what is next on the horizon for protecting our watershed"
So what are you waiting for!