LPSA Community Area
Lake Pleasant-Sacandaga Association
Lake Pleasant The general purpose of the Lake Pleasant-Sacandaga Association, which was founded in 1953, is to represent its members in civic and community affairs of interest to the property owners and residents of the area, to conserve and increase the scenic and natural beauties of the area and to help protect the environment, such as purity of the lake water. This area includes the Town of Lake Pleasant and all lakes and parcels of land totally or partially within the Town of Lake Pleasant, NY.
The objectives were much the same then as they are today, and the membership has expanded to include those off the lakes as well. The Association can point to many years of accomplishments for the benefits of its members and the community through contribution of funds and efforts for special projects involving beautification, environmental issues, the Primary Care Center, the Library and other local causes. The Association supports these issues and other local initiatives in accordance with its objectives and will continue to do so.
LPSA News MAY 20th
In Memory of Elaine Brophy
Our friend and LPSA Board member, Elaine Brophy passed away last summer. Elaine volunteered her time to represent LPSA at the Farmers’ Market each week, helping to raise awareness of the threats of invasive species in our area. We will miss her friendship and her contributions to LPSA.Read More Read ALL
Local News AUG 22nd
Original Long Lake boat returns to native waters
Staff Report LONG LAKE — Colleen Smith, a Long Lake resident, recently re-launched a guideboat originally built by her grandfather George W. Smith in the 1900s. Alexandra Roalsvig/For The Express Colleen Smith launches a Long Lake guide...Read More