Dear PLDA members,
PLDA continues to work towards our mutual goals, and again this week, we have three new items to report.
1) River Mapping. We have worked with a mapping agency who has now kayaked the length of Lake Dunlap, taking photos, gathering samples for water quality analysis, and using GPS to extensively document the new river banks and the new hazards. As soon as we have the report back, we plan to share it with members. We see this study as a key document in our efforts to secure a water district for Lake Dunlap.
2) Lake Cleanup. Gruene Environmental Companies with the help of P.L.D.A Board of Directors has organized a "Lake Dunlap Clean Up" for Saturday, July 27th, beginning at 8 am. Members should have received a separate notice about this, but here are the details:
The main location is 499 East Klein Road in New Braunfels. The group is looking for volunteers, especially people who may have boats on the water, including kayaks, canoes, and any motorized vessels. If you don't have a boat, that is OK, as the group can arrange to get you to a location to help with the cleanup.
As in past years, there will be music, boats working, and lots of people having a good time. For more info, or to sign up, contact Matt Pustka at 830-822-6595 or email@example.com
3) Demand Letter. Some of you may have heard of a lawsuit being filed against GBRA. While this is true (details were published in the Seguin paper last week), our neighbors on Lake McQueeny want everyone to know that this is a private lawsuit, and that the Lake McQueeny association (Friend of Lake MCQueeny) is NOT involved. for our part, nor is the PLDA.
For the latest and most accurate information about our lake, please continue to advise friends and neighbors to watch the PLDA.org website. PLDA members will get a direct email once a week with the latest updates.
As always, PLDA is committed to moving forward in the spirit of collaboration, community, and full transparency.
J Harmon President PLDA firstname.lastname@example.org