The latest news about the Water Wars between the Great State of Georgia and Florida, where old people go to flee snow and ice, and where everyone goes to visit their favorite mouse.
It’s like the movie, High Noon, without horses. Joanna Cloud, executive director of the Lake Lanier Association (LLA), is the sheriff of Lake Lanier and she and her gang are removing derelict docks and boats from Lanier. And they won’t stop until they’ve driven all the jetsam from the lake.
The Lake Lanier Association’s 2018 Annual Meeting is scheduled to be held on Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 4:00 until 8:00 PM at Port Royale.
The wind chill in Georgia this morning was 5-degrees. Not exactly the type of weather that makes us say, “Let’s go to the 2018 Atlanta Boat Show!”
The Sustainable Water Management Plan for Lake Lanier isn’t exactly “new” news, but it is back in the news as the Water Wars continue in the U.S. Supreme Court.
Joanna Cloud delivered the latest Lake Lanier Association news in their newsletter. Stay informed and help LLA protect the greatest lake in Georgia.
Pick up enough junk and you’ll earn a Shore Sweep T-shirt that will tell the world that you are worthy of extra love, admiration and (maybe) that last slice of pizza.
The end of summer officially occurs at 4:02 PM on Friday, September 22, 2017. However, the LLA End of Summer Member Social is Saturday, August 12th at Bald Ridge Marina.
The Lake Lanier Association is concerned that ending Level 2 Drought Response by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division soon could harm Lake Lanier in the long run.
Lake Lanier Association friends and members work hard to keep the lake clean, full and safe. Then, they gather together for their Summer Social on July 15th at Twisted Oar at Holiday Marina.