Revised Treatment Notice

Diquat Dibromide will be applied to Fairview Lake under NPDES 2300A pesticide general permit, file #121692 on 06/21/2017 to control aquatic vegetation.

FLPOA recommends no swimming in the lake for 24 hours
following treatment due to possible eye irritation.
Fishing restrictions: None
Drinking Lake Water Restrictions: Do not use for 3 days
Irrigation Restrictions: No turf or ornamental use for 3 days
Domestic Animal & Stock Watering Restrictions:
Do not use for 1 day
Boating Restriction: Avoid the treatment area for 1 day

For more information contact the pesticide applicator:
Northwest Aquatic EcoSystems 360-357- 3285
Or
Fairview Lake Property Owners Association
Greg Button 971-506- 8802
Bob Dolphin: 503-666- 8621

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Pondweeds@comcast.net

Lake Weed Treatment Notice

Treatment Notice

Fairview Lake water elevation will be lowered approximately 3-5 inches per day starting Monday June 12th. The goal is to lower the water level 9-12” by Monday June 19th.

Diquat Dibromide will be applied to Fairview Lake under NPDES 2300A pesticide general permit, file #121692 on or about 06/20/2017 to control aquatic vegetation.

FLPOA recommends no swimming in the lake for 24 hours following treatment due to possible eye irritation.

Fishing restrictions: None
Drinking Lake Water Restrictions: Do not use for 3 days
Irrigation Restrictions: No turf or ornamental use for 3 days
Domestic Animal & Stock Watering Restrictions:
Do not use for 1 day
Boating Restriction: Avoid the treatment area for 1 day

For more information contact the pesticide applicator:
Northwest Aquatic EcoSystems 360-357-3285
Or
Fairview Lake Property Owners Association
Greg Button 971-506-8802
Bob Dolphin: 503-666-8621

Lake Weeds

With the return of the sunshine the lake weeds have returned and are breaking the surface around the lake. We have been monitoring the growth and have tentatively planned for a treatment the week of June 19th. More info to follow. FLPOA has a razor rake for loan by any member who want to borrow for cutting down the plant growth near their docks. Contact Bob Dolphin for arrangements (bob_dolphin@msn.com).

Dock stuck in weir

A portion from a floating dock is stuck in the third bay of the weir at the lakes exit. Photo made May 9th

Lake Filling

The date is not official yet but the drainage district has agreed to an early raising of the water level in Fairview Lake. Prepare the lake to start filling on Monday April 24th. FLPOA will sent out a flier confirming this date.

Meeting Thursday – Trammell Crow Development

We have received a package from the City of Fairview forwarding Trammell Crow’s application to the city regarding the portion of the development in Fairview. There will be a meeting at 7 PM the Rieffs’ house (20101 NE Interlachen) on Thursday, March 23rd to discuss the Fairview application. All interested residents are invited.

Runaway Boat

There is a 14′ black aluminum rowboat grounded in the green space near Blue Heron Shores Dr. Bring your waders and oars. I think you can walk there from the community access at Blue Heron & 202nd.

Comments Needed

Please comment on attached Oregon Department of State Land Plan before November 9th. The more input they have the greater likelihood they might take a stand on the Blue Lake Corporate Park proposed development. To view the application, click on the link below:

Trammel Crow Portland Development, Inc. APP005931

The following page should come up. Then you can read the application and make comments in the Add comments. Comments must be made before 5:00PM on November 9th. You can view previous comments in the View section.

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Proposed Development west of Fairview Lake

The re-scheduled public meeting for the proposed 372,000 sqft warehouse on the farm west of Fairview lake is:
Monday October 17th at 6:00 PM
St Aidan’s Episcopal Church
Parish Hall (Murdock Hall)
17405 NE Glisan St
Portland, OR 97230

Please plan on attending and expressing your concerns as the larger the turnout the more willing the developer is to accommodating our concerns.

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Lowering of the Lake

A successful boating season is drawing to a close. It is that time of year again for the lake to go down.

Starting on Oct 3rd, the level will decrease slowly over a two week period with the gates fully open and water at winter depth by October 14th.

SAVE THE DATE: Please mark your calendars to attend our Annual All-Members meeting, November 3, 7:00 p.m. at Fairview City Hall. It is time to review the health of the lake, approve next year’s budget, select new board members and hear an update on Lakeshore Park and Levee Ready Columbia.