Checking to make sure all safety regulations are met.
Seen here are Lt. G.H. Santos and Officer Debra Astle working on a busy Sunday at the Freetown Boat Ramp. Although they may not always have the best of facilities, they still manage to help the many lake enthusiasts enjoy Long Pond safely.
Long Pond Shores
Save the Pond Fund
Please be proactive and join our association now to prevent problems in the future. If you want to keep and protect your future consider joining the board of directors now..
The annual dues are $10 per voting member.
We try to have two general meetings during the summer months.
What do we need most? VOLUNTEERS!
Come to the Annual Meeting and mix with members. Call Bren 508-946-2180 if you are interested in joining the association or helping out at one of the events. We have fun and keep our Lake Clean!
Get your T-shirt ONLY $10
Tote Bag ONLY $12
Buy Both $20
Call to order Bren 508-946-2180 or Colleen 508-947-0835
To residences of Long Pond, Assawompset Pond, and all members of the
“Long Pond Association”
Please be aware there is a group of concerned citizens that live on the ponds in Lakeville and Freetown and have suffered damage from the recent flooding. While a lot has been said of the record rainfall and the vegetation in the Nemasket River, we know that much of the damages suffered around these Ponds were the results of man made decisions. If these Ponds were managed as they were for over the past twenty five years to their appropriate levels through the dams in Lakeville and Middleboro, the damages that occurred with these spring rains would not have happened. The Ponds would have been able to absorb this water.
We are actively pursuing policies through Town/City offices and State Representatives to make sure this never happens again.
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