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FOR THE BETTERMENT OF TWO OF THE FINEST LITTLE LAKES IN NEW YORK STATE
Annual Meetiing August 30, 2014
The annual meeting for the LWLA is being held at the Tyrone Fire Hall on Saturday August 30th at 10 a.m. Nomination of new directors on the LWLA Board of Directors will take place. If you have been interested in becoming an active member on the board now’s your chance. Nominations will be taken from the floor and present members wishing to be re-elected will be placed into nomination. Voting of the executive board will also take place. There will be time for public comment so please bring your positives along with your negatives. Your Board of Directors works for YOU.
Due to sunset coming earlier, the lighting of the lakes will start at 9:00PM on Saturday August 30th. Get those stick and LED flares blazing at 9:00PM to continue the old lake tradition of “lighting the lakes” as the summer season winds down.
Veiw the Boat Parade pictures
Boater Safety Courses:
Hello lake property owners and association members,
As I’m sure many of you are aware, there are some new boater safety regulations that will be in effect as we head back to the lake this spring. I have been in touch with the NYS office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. They will be sending the LWLA the new updated regulation booklets. You will be able to pick them up at the EXPO on May 24, 2014. In the meantime, as I see boater safety courses offered that are now a new requirement, I will post them on this website. Terry Allison, President LWLA
All individuals born on or after 5/1/96 are now required to successfully complete an approved course in boater education in order to operate a motorboat. Approved courses include those offered by NYS Parks, the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Leaving New York State Parks or the U.S. Power Squadron Leaving New York State Parks. Individuals less than 10 years of age may not take this course of instruction. Certain allowances to this law have been made for visitors to New York, persons renting a boat from a livery and persons purchasing a new boat for the first time. Please refer to Frequently Asked Questions for more information. Find a Boating Safety Course near you.
Operators may not operate a Personal Watercraft (Jet Ski, SeaDoo, etc.) unless they are at least 14 years of age and hold a boater safety certificate issued by State Parks, the USCG Auxiliary or the US Power Squadron for having completed a an 8-hour classroom based course of instruction.
A person without a safety certificate may operate a PWC when accompanied by someone over 18 years of age who is the holder of a boater safety certificate. For the purposes of this section, "accompanied" shall mean upon the same PWC.
A boating safety certificate issued to a resident of another state or country is acceptable provided the certificate is carried while operating in New York State. Please note the certificate must be issued by the state or country of residence, and should be NASBLA Leaving New York State Parks approved.
TO CHECK FOR A SCHEDULED COURSE BY COUNTY AND LOCATON GO TO: http://nysparks.com/recreation/boating/safety-courses.aspx
Welcome to Lamoka & Waneta Lake Association Website
The Lamoka Waneta Lakes’ Association was founded in 1938 and incorporated in 1965. The purpose of the Association as set forth in the by-laws are:
1) To diligently work toward the environmental protection, enhancement and enrichment of the Lamoka and Waneta Lakes’ ecosystem.
2) To work toward developing environmentally beneficial land uses and land controls in the Lamoka and Waneta Watershed region.
3) To promote, encourage, and enhance the quality and variety of recreational opportunities in the Lamoka and Waneta Lakes region.
4) To contribute to the economic viability of the region through greater recreational opportunities.
5) To advocate for support from public and private bodies for assistance in the advancement of the above stated goals and other goals.
6) To foster cooperation among various entities, including towns, counties, and residents & property owners, in order to advance the above
Lamoka Lake is a small crescent-shaped lake in the western part of New York, USA. The lake is located at the border of Schuyler County and Steuben County. Most of the lake is in Schuyler County with only a small part, called "Mill Pond," at the southwest corner in Steuben County. The name "Lamoka" is a native word meaning "Mud Lake" which was once another name used for Lamoka Lake.Lamoka Lake is located at 42°24′23″N 77°04′41″W / 42.40639°N 77.07806°W / 42.40639; -77.07806.
Waneta Lake is a small lake in the Finger Lakes region of the state of New York in the United States. The lake straddles the border of Schuyler County and Steuben County, and is within the towns of Tyrone and Wayne. Waneta Lake is 3.5 miles long (north-to-south) and half a mile wide (east-to-west), and lies just east of the southern branch of Keuka Lake. The lake is at 42°27′56″N 77°06′17″W / 42.46556°N 77.10472°W / 42.46556; -77.10472 (Waneta Lake)