You are wondering why you should become a member of the LCLA. The truth is that owning and or living on a lakefront property has many advantages. Not only will you be able to wake up to loons calling and watch beautiful sunsets, but you can enjoy all kind of activities on the water.
LCLA works to preserve, protect and defend the quality, safety and natural beauty of Long and Crooked Lakes. LCLA works to help identify threats of aquatic invasive species and can work with local and state authorities to secure funding to combat AIS and other lake improvements. We are a liaison between State and County COLAs (Coalition of Lake Associations) as well as a contact point for residents with concerns. Through all of this we hope to also continue to build our lake community. Your annual membership dues are essential, as they support the Association’s activities that will help keep our lake a beautiful place for generations to come.
Annual dues are $30 per family and are required to attend the annual meeting.