A Great Night Celebrating the “Lake Hopatcong Fund”

Categories: community, Governmental Matters, Lake Hopatcong, News
Nearly 150 members of the community gathered at the lakeside restaurant, the Windlass, on Sunday afternoon, January 28, to thank the legislators and leaders responsible for the passage of the “Lake Hopatcong Fund” bill. It was a wonderful and positive event celebrating a bright future for Lake Hopatcong. Special thanks to our legislators and leaders …

Read More

Come Celebrate the “Lake Hopatcong Fund” and Say Thanks to Leaders – RSVP by TODAY

Categories: community, Governmental Matters, Lake Hopatcong, News
Lake Hopatcong received great news this week when the “Lake Hopatcong Fund” bill was signed by the Governor. This legislation will dedicate $500,000 each year from boat licensing fees to the Lake Hopatcong Commission for the care of Lake Hopatcong.  As you can imagine, this victory for Lake Hopatcong came about because of the very …

Read More

Join Us for a Celebration at the Windlass on January 28

Categories: community, Governmental Matters, Lake Hopatcong, News
Lake Hopatcong received great news this week when the “Lake Hopatcong Fund” bill was signed by the Governor. This legislation will dedicate $500,000 each year from boat licensing fees to the Lake Hopatcong Commission for the care of Lake Hopatcong.  As you can imagine, this victory for Lake Hopatcong came about because of the very …

Read More

Great Week for Lake Hopatcong

Categories: community, Governmental Matters, Grants, Lake Hopatcong, Lake Hopatcong Commission, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, News, Other, Train Station
Lake Hopatcong had a particularly amazing week. In addition to the Governor signing the “Lake Hopatcong Fund” Bill, providing a stable annual funding to allow the Lake Hopatcong Commission to fulfill its mission, the Governor also signed another Bill which will have long-term beneficial impacts for the Lake Hopatcong community. Senate Bill 3575/Assembly Bill 5321 …

Read More

DEP Announces Response Strategy for Freshwater Harmful Algal Blooms, Seeks Public’s Help to Identify Suspected Incidences

Categories: community, Education, Governmental Matters, Hopatcong, Jefferson, lake, Lake Hopatcong, Mt. Arlington, News, Public Safety, Roxbury
Harmful Algal Blooms
NJ Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) August 2017 Statewide Effort to “Avoid It and Report It” Includes Online Form for Reporting Suspected Blooms Seeking to minimize health risks for people and animals, the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has developed a strategy for a unified statewide approach in responding to incidents of Harmful Algal Blooms …

Read More

Remembering Art Ondish

Categories: From the President, Governmental Matters, Mt. Arlington, News, Other

We were so saddened to learn of the passing of Mt. Arlington Mayor Art Ondish, who previously served as chairman of the Lake Hopatcong Commission and who was a champion of the lake during his too-brief 50 years of life. Art didn’t just grow up on Lake Hopatcong and reside here his entire life, he …

Read More

Lifeguards needed at Hopatcong State Park

Categories: Governmental Matters, News, Other

Sharing this summer employment notice from Hopatcong State Park: Interested in working outside all summer and getting paid to stay fit? Become a NJ State Park Service Lifeguard! No experience required. All that is needed is to be a capable swimmer, the desire to learn and dedication to staying fit. Minimum age requirement is 16 …

Read More

Important legislation passes in Trenton

Categories: Governmental Matters, Grants, News, Other, Train Station

We were happy to receive word that on the last day of the legislative session, the NJ Assembly passed A4197, which could help the LHF get substantial grant support for the train station rehabilitation project. Here’s the update from ANJEC: “With bipartisan support, the NJ Assembly passed A4197, which establishes implementation language to distribute voter …

Read More