Monthly Archives: May 2020

CLA 2020 Summer Newsletter Mailed

The Clary Lake Association’s 2020 Summer Newsletter went in the mail a few days ago. If you live in Whitefield or Jefferson it has probably already been delivered. If you’re out of Town or out of State, it’ll probably take … Continue reading

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29 May 2020: AQF Files Brief in WLO Transfer Appeal

On May 27th Aquafortis Associates LLC [AQF] by their counsel Dennis Carrillo finally filed their brief in their ongoing appeal of the Maine DEP’s December 2018 Order transferring the Clary Lake Water Level Order [WLO] to the Clary Lake Association … Continue reading

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25 May 2020: Courtesy Boat Inspection Program Under Way

Our 2020 Courtesy Boat Inspection program is underway and our first (long) weekend is behind us. The big surprise was the lack of traffic for Memorial Day weekend! Over three days our volunteers conducted only 24 inspections (we inspect water … Continue reading

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Memorial Day

The Clary Lake Association Board wishes everyone a safe, meaningful, and memorable Memorial Day on this Day of Remembrance, May 25, 2020. In these trying times, as difficult as they are, we still have much to be thankful for and … Continue reading

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6 May 2020: Browntail Moth Season Ahead!

Any day now, over-wintered Browntail Moth caterpillars will start to emerge from their tree-top leaf nests and start eating. Last year they did a great job (?) of defoliating Oak trees around Clary Lake and spreading their poisonous hairs all … Continue reading

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April 2020 Water Level Chart Archived

I have archived the April 2020 Water Level Chart (at left). The most notable thing about April (aside from the cold weather!) was the excessive rainfall we received which resulted in a short but intense period of extreme high water. Two … Continue reading

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