It’s been a bad year for ticks, and that means a busy year for the businesses that control the tiny, often disease-carrying arachnids. “Every year you see stories about how there are more ticks and I’m not sure I’d ever experienced it. But this year there’s no question there are more ticks,” said Don Fossi, … read more
The Board of Directors has approved re instituting the car registration permit program at Lake Waubeeka. This program will be used to assure authorized vehicle identification for parking during major community events and at resident parking lots throughout the Association, plus identifying owners in an emergency situation. All cars, trucks, and SUV’s belonging to Members … read more
The Annual Lake Waubeeka budget meeting was held in the community house on May 29, 2016. Many thanks to all who attended and to those who weren’t able to but sent in their proxies. The budget passed with a small annual increase of $100. The schedule for quarterly payments is posted in the Residents Only … read more
As many of you know, we have had a very dry summer. You can see it in the lower level of the lake, but what you can’t see is that it also is affecting available ground water. While we are not in a panic situation, the state of CT has asked all water system operators … read more
We volunteered once, then again and again…..and the Community Herb Garden was created. The Lake Waubeeka Community herb garden was created this summer by volunteers. We had fun doing it and became friends in the process. Although it’s now the end of August and summer is waning, there are still wonderful herbs for all to … read more
On Saturday night, August 22 the Community House was transformed into an art gallery, featuring the works of eighteen Waubeeka artists, and a coffeehouse with talent that left everyone cheering. The first hour was devoted to viewing paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography, ceramics and fiber works by an array of talented artists while listening to the … read more
Whether you have lived at Lake Waubeeka for 50 years or 5 days, the Board of Directors hopes you share our passion for keeping the lake free of invasive species . You’ve probably noticed the signs at the gates and the beaches warning against transporting Zebra Mussels. There are many other invasive aquatic species that … read more
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