Annual Meeting - The 7th Annual Meeting was held on August 13, 2016 at Manahan Pavilion. Click on Organization to see a summary of the meeting and the new Directors for 2017.
Potluck Dinner: Once again there was a crowd of over 50 people who attended the Potluck Dinner on July 16, 2016. Everyone enjoyed a wide range of delicious food, a fun Chinese Auction, selection of the top boats from the Boat Parade held on July 3 and the voting for pictures to be included in our 2017 Franklin Lake Pierce calendar. You can view the top four photos selected by the attendees by linking to our Activities page.
Cell Tower Update: The Art Kaufman led effort to appeal the decsion by The Town Of Antrim ZBA to permit Industrial Tower and Wireless to construct a cell tower was successful. On June 9, 2016 the Superior Court ruling stated that the ZBA did not allow regional and other municipalities to provide an impact statement and they will have to reopen the discussion. Click here for more information on the ruling and how you can support Art's efforts.
2016 Membership: We encourage you to join FPLA for 2016 by either renewing your 2015 membership or becoming a new member. Please click here for more information.
Facebook: Don’t forget that FPLA is on Facebook. Feel free to share lake photos, seasonal activity goings on, see comments from members, post your own comments about the lake. Just search for Franklin Pierce Lake Association and “like” it or click here.
As his Eagle Scout project, Zachary Rioux has completed the Bulletin Board at Manahan Park boat launch and it exceeds the Board's expectations. One side contains 2 maps of the lake under permanent plexi-glass and the other side has two plexi-glass doors one of which locks for the FPLA to post information and the other will be unlocked for anyone to post information. The Board is responsible for monitoring the postings for appropriateness and maintenance of the Bulletin Board. Zach has already posted information relating to invasive weeds on one side. The FPLA donated $100 towards the project and received a wonderful thank-you note from Zachary.
Our most important role is to safeguard the health of our lake. Two programs started in 2009 are the Lake Host Program and Weed Watchers. In 2010 we started water testing as part of the the NH DES Volunteer Lake Assessment Program (VLAP).
The association is governed by a Board of Directors and each area of the lake will have an Area Representative to facilitate communication between the Board and the Membership.
We are only able to continue the programs that have been initiated and expand to more with the support of our membership in terms of dues and volunteer time. Protect the lake – and the value of your property – by becoming a member.
We are pleased to be able to list local businesses that provide services that are important to lake owners and their quests. If your business is interested in a listing the cost is $50 for a business card size listing and for a more descriptive listing the cost is $100. We are also able to provide FPLA member ads for free (non-members would be $20). Please check out the listings we have on our website.
We have two business listings - one for Marine Services and one for Real Estate services.