At its March 26 meeting the board of directors ordered Fourth of July fireworks to the tune of $13,500. Don’t get us wrong we love fireworks but that’s a lot of money for 15 minutes of flash. What to do? Plan on attending the annual celebration and watch your assessment money blasted into the air!
The people of Cayman should be proud of themselves. A large number of Cayman property owners came to the March TLPOA worksession (March 19) to voice their opinions on banning ATVs in the campground. They also submitted letters to the board of directors. The people spoke in opposition to banning the ATVs in the campground […]
There have been several drive-by shooting incidents recently in Treasure Lake. This is no prank or joke. This type of behavior could be deadly. This is our community and we need to stick together and look out for each other. If you see anything suspicious or have any information please contact the Police at 375-0100.
The budget process at Treasure Lake has more twists and turns than a ride at Kennywood Park. In years past, a copy of the details concerning the proposed budget and its comparison between the current year forecast to that proposed for the coming year was made available to property owners before the budget hearing. This […]
Management has announced, apparently with approval from the board of directors, that the Cayman Campers Club and the Treasure Lake Lions Club will now have to pay a fee to use the Cayman Lodge or the Cayman Pavilion. These groups have used these to hold events and fundraisers for the people of Treasure Lake, not […]
ATVs are causing problems at Treasure Lake! At the February board work session a number of incidents involving ATVs and vandalism were reported. ATV use is confined to the owner’s private property and the roads at Cayman Landing campground. Damage was done at the breast of the dam, stump dump, shooting range and the fifth […]
We agree with a Treasure Lake property owner’s letter to the newspaper: “Treasure Lake, PSU parallels?” The letter states that Penn State’s board of trustees is dominated by a few insiders, demands permanent secrecy, silences dissent and is in dire need of reform. Just look at the Treasure Lake board of directors, particularly with the […]