* The Lincoln Pond Association Picnic was held on Saturday, August 22 at the DEC Campsite. A good time was had by all. See you next year!
* Our thanks go out to Chris Garrow (Superintendent, Essex County Department of Public Works) and his crew for addressing our concerns about road washout issues that had caused some cars to bottom out as they turned onto and out of Francis Myers Drive and Twin Brooks Drive where the two roads intersect with Lincoln Pond Road.
We documented the problem with photographs and sent them out to Garrow -- and within two days he sent his crew to repair the road intersections! Kudos to the Essex County Department of Public Works!
* The 2015 annual meeting was held on July 11th at 10:00 a.m. at Camp 6, 39 Lower Pond Way (Sienkiewicz). Watch this site for the minutes and recording of that meeting.
* This summer's road clean-up day took place on June 27 at 9 a.m. Around a dozen members showed up. We will probably schedule another clean-up toward the end of the summer. Watch this site for the date/time.
* Lincoln Pond wine glasses, pub glasses, T-shirts, and bumper stickers will again be available this year. Click here for more details on prices. All proceeds benefit the Association and its activities.
* If you haven't already sent in your annual membership dues ($15 per camp) please do so now. You can send the dues directly to our treasurer, Jeff Sienkiewicz at 18 Aspetuck Ridge Road, New Milford, CT 06776 or to Gerry Zahavi, 4172 Lincoln Pond Rd. Elizabethtown, NY 12932. Please make all checks payable to the "Lincoln Pond Association."
* RECENT UPDATE ON KINGDOM DAM RECONSTRUCTION (January, 2016): The reconstruction of Kingdom Dam is well under way, but the crews have now left for the winter season. They'll be back in the spring. See two recent photos of their work-in-progress below. Click on individual photos for larger images.
See below for more details on the original posting/proposal. On June 9, 2014, the APA conditonally approved the project and issued Permit 2013-238. The approval was for an "85 foot tall telecommunications simulated tree tower with associated antennas, an equipment shelter (11'7" X 30' 1"), and access road improvements." WE WILL BE POSTING UPDATES ON THIS PROJECT AS WE GET THEM.
Verizon Wireless is now construction two cell towers in the Lincoln Pond area. More details and photos will soon follow. Click on the map to the left to see the approximate location of the towers.