editor1 on May 31, 2013

The following letters to the editor were printed in the May 29 edition of the Courier-Express. The letter writers make a number of very thought provoking points and we believe it important to share these with TLT readers. Where’s our apology? Directors are angry with Dick Castonguay’s (Sandy Township Manager) response during cross examination by a Pittsburgh attorney now representing […]

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editor1 on May 30, 2013

The following appeared in the Courier Express May 28, 2013. There were no happy campers at the recent May TLPOA board meeting. Jan Morrow, a permanent lot owner at the campground, described how the Cayman Campers Club had to cancel all its events for the year because the new campground lodge is being rented. Morrow said one […]

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editor1 on May 29, 2013

Our earlier post was critical of the timing on a major holiday weekend of the Bret Michaels concert. That said we want to recognize the effort put forth to make the event a success. The benefit concert held Sunday at the Treasure Lake Ski Lodge raised over $109,000 for the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh’s Heart Institute. An estimated 2,000 […]

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editor1 on May 28, 2013

It is disappointing that the swimming pool at Cayman Landing will not be open before June 8. The leak in the pool needs to be located and repaired and then the pool needs to be sealed, powerwashed, painted and refilled. Comfort center 5 is also scheduled to be completed by June 7. These two major projects could […]

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editor1 on May 27, 2013

Memorial Day recognizes all that have served and who are serving in our armed forces protecting our liberty. We pay special tribute to those who have given the last full measure of devotion. We thank you.

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editor1 on May 26, 2013

Two recent incidents have left us questioning the judgment of management regarding the Memorial Day weekend. Friday is a busy day for traffic and the property owner lane at the front gate was blocked off by cones forcing all the traffic into a single lane where someone holding a can was collecting money from entering vehicles. Friday was […]

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editor1 on May 25, 2013

Thank you Chris Miller for the hard work and effort put into the Treasure Lake Owners Action Group (TLOAG). Having a fellow property owner step forward to represent the property owners best interests and speak out for a silent majority is appreciated. Keep up the good work Chris.

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TLTAdmin on May 24, 2013

From a Treasure Lake community notice sent out today (5/24), we see the following: “Starting June 1st, the Treasure Lake Security Guards will be stopping vehicles entering the front gate to remove expired stickers.” While we agree that something should be done with property owners that fail to pay their assessment, does security have the right to […]

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editor1 on May 24, 2013

Sixteen Treasure Lake property owners were in court Friday (May 17) to express their opinion on the Treasure Lake Borough Initiative. President Judge Fredric J. Ammerman explained that a time for public comments is required by law to be a part of the two-day hearing. Anyone was able to speak after they notified the court of their intentions. […]

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editor1 on May 23, 2013

The Courier-Express newspaper contacted Sandy Township Manager Dick Castonguay for a response to the Treasure Lake Property Owners Association directors’ comments. “During my cross-examination on Friday by the Treasure Lake Counsel regarding what would a mutual aid response by Sandy Township Fire Department consist of if the TLPOA was successful in becoming a borough, I […]

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editor1 on May 22, 2013

The Courier-Express is reporting, remarks made about fire protection at a hearing Friday concerning Treasure Lake’s bid to become a borough sparked a heated discussion at Monday’s Treasure Lake Property Owners Association meeting. Sandy Township Manager Dick Castonguay was the target for remarks he made while testifying before President Judge Fredric J. Ammerman. TLPOA Director Chuck Huddy […]

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editor1 on May 21, 2013

An article appeared in the newspaper recently about Larry Salone seeking the Republican nominations for a four-year term on the DuBois School Board. The article was very comprehensive and listed Salone’s activities and experience. However, there was no mention of Treasure Lake and that he is a member of the TLPOA Board of Directors. When he was a candidate […]

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editor1 on May 21, 2013

Today (Tuesday, May 21) is the primary election. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Voting is at the Treasure Lake fire hall. Don’t forget to vote!

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editor1 on May 20, 2013

The second day of testimony in a hearing regarding Treasure Lake’s Borough Initiative came from two witnesses called by Sandy Township attorneys and 16 residents of Treasure Lake; details of the residents’ testimony are included in print editions of Tri-County Sunday. It has been several years since the initiative began with a petition to break away from […]

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