Glen Echo Improvement Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 578, Charlton City, MA 01508

Have you seen this fellow out on the lake?? Who's the dummy in the lawn chair? Well, let me introduce you to our newest resident Glacier Glen, who arrived by the polar express!!!
LATEST NEWS!

January 15, 2015
Outlet closed. Refill has begun.
Aquatic Control Letter

Lycott / Acquatic Control Merger

2014 Aquatic Vegetation Management Report for Glen Echo Lake

Ice Safety Tips
DFW Ice Strength and Safety Info

Glacier Glen - Weed Control Fund Fundraiser!

The Weed Fun(d)raising Committee is at it again!! This friendly fellow is biding his time, counting down and waiting for the ice to melt...stop by and say hello! How long before his chaise sashays, his iceberg submerges, this clown drowns or the bloke goes down under???

Take a chance! Take a guess! When will he go in??

We're on a quest for your guesses, anybody's guesses and your guests' guesses, but only one guess will split the pot with the GEIA Weed Fund!

Keep your eyes peeled on Glacier Glen's face that will stop a clock he wears the moment he take the big plunge!! Just in case the batteries fail before Glen flails, contingency plan is to place all correctly guessed dates in a 50/50 raffle bin to pick the victor!

But no matter what, you've to be in it to win it!!

Send your guesses - day, date AND time (am or pm) - along with $20 per guess to
Mark Racicot, 37 Ash Road, Charlton, MA 01507.

Make Checks payable to the Glen Echo Improvement Association (GEIA).


Other News:

Reminder: Code of Massachusetts Regulations 323, 2.07 (10) states:
Any person aboard a canoe or kayak between January 1 to May 15 and between September 15 to December 31 shall wear at all times a Coast Guard approved personal floatation device of Type I, II, or III except persons aboard vessels excluded by M.G.L. c. 90B, Sec. 5A.

The exemption referred to in Massachusetts General Law (M.G.L.) c. 90B, Sec. 5A states: This section shall not apply to vessels used in competitive rowing, sculling or supervised intercollegiate sailing programs, rafts, surfboards, sail fish, so called, or any similar type of vessel.

Penalties for violation are not less than ten dollars nor more than fifty dollars. (M.G.L. c. 90B, Sec. 14(c)).

Docks Bylaw
This bylaw passed at Town Meeting and has been approved by the Attorney General's Office.
Lakes and Ponds Committee Webpage

WE ALL SHARE THE SAME FRONT YARD

Glen Echo Lake is a freshwater lake located in Charlton, Massachusetts. It is 116 acres and primarily used by its residents for fishing, swimming and water skiing.

The Glen Echo Improvement Association, made up entirely of volunteers, was founded to promote good fellowship among its members; to promote the civic welfare of Glen Echo Lake Community; to establish and maintain improvements in and about the community; to improve the ecology of Glen Echo Lake; to preserve the rights and privileges of residents; and to do things necessary and incidental to these purposes permissible under Chapter 180 of the General Laws. It is also our goal to educate lake residents, and provide a social forum for members to express concerns and to share information. Monthly meetings, held during the summer, determine our direction by providing an opportunity for everyone living on Glen Echo to discuss any topic regarding the lake. All voices are heard. You need not be a member of the association to address the group. You do need to be a member of the Association to vote. Meeting dates, times, and location are announced on GEIA bulletin boards around the lake and by our newsletter. Please come to a meeting and learn more about us.



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