Road contouring work will be conducted at 1133 and 1129 Honoco Road (3.25mi south of entrance) on July 13th and 14th in order to improve surface drainage. The road will remain open but heavy equipment will be operating so anticipate delays in navigating around this area. Commercial trucks may wish
As was mentioned at the 2016 Annual Meeting, a review of our archival records indicates that some of our important Association documentation is missing from the archives. We are hoping that some of the long-time Honoco residents can look through their records and provide docs that we can copy. We
Just a reminder that the annual meeting is Sat, May 21rst at the Town Hall on Popular Ridge Road. We are covering a number of important topics, and your attendance is greatly appreciated. Ed Ausborn
With the constant rain on the road we are experiencing a new problem, rutting and potholes in the winter. There is not much we can do at this point. If we fill them with gravel it will only quickly wash out. We constantly go back to the problem of not
We have attached correspondence from Clarity Connect outlining their internet offer to Honoco Road residents. If you are interested, you can contact them directly using the contact information in the letter. Let us know if you decide to sign up and if you are satisfied with the quality and service.
Please be aware that the road will be closed at #1559 , Ron Schmitt on Wed, Sept 16th from 9am till 1pm for sluice work. Also we will be doing separate work on the road that day which will not effect traffic.
We are working with Deer Trail to bring High Speed Internet to the lake. This is a letter that was sent to Clarity Connect from our Associations asking them to include us in the build-out of the High Speed Internet. We will keep you posted on progress.
ALGAE IN CAYUGA LAKE The attached document was issued by the NYS DEC in response to communication from members of the Association and a formal discussion between myself (Ed Ausborn) and Senator Nozzolio’s office. The state was a bit slow addressing concerns raised by our members. Senator Nozzolio was able
Ann MacNamara recently posted regarding the alarming rise in green goop in our normally pristine waters and indicated that many neighbors were voicing concerns. Ann had contacted the DEC and sent in a water sample from a highly contaminated lake section of our road. Following her efforts I contacted Scott
The officers are presently reaching out to a few members who are still not current with their dues. This is somewhat difficult but we are persistent in addressing this issue. Please submit your dues if you have not for this calendar year. Thank you…. Maureen McNamara, Secretary.