To protect and/or improve the water quality of Long Pond
Eradicate the invasive weeds.
To stabilize and protect the water level.
To preserve Long Pond’s status as a complete recreational body of water.
To preserve wildlife and ecosystem health of the pond.
In general, protect the property rights and promote the general welfare of Long Pond and its members.
Julie St. Don
Long Pond Association holds an annual meeting in July or August to elect a Board of Directors and to conduct any other business of the Association.
Each lake is unique and each has its own group of people - the property owners and visitors to the lake - who are passionate about the quality of the lake and its future.
It is human nature to protect what we care about, and it is up to everyone who cares about a particular lake to leave it clean as a legacy for future generations.
Long Pond Association is again active and is now approved as a nonprofit organization.
We are a volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation of Long Pond.
We are working closely with SRPEDD Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District
and APC Assawompset Pond Complex and are happy to say that progress is being made on the invasive weed removal issue.
Long Pond Association
Introduction to By-Laws
Every association is required to have by-laws and must be in accordance with state and government procedures. Association by-laws regulate the internal practices and procedures of associations by defining the relations, rights and duties of the members and the powers , duties and limitations of the officers and directors. Power to adopt or amend the by-laws is the responsibility of the Board of Directors, if a conflict arises between the by-laws and state and government laws, the state and government laws take precedence.
We love our pond and are always looking for like-minded people who want to keep it a vibrant environment for man and nature. Join our organization today to get involved.
Hemlock Shore Road, Lakeville, Massachusetts 02347, United States