Our harvesting season is winding down and with one month left to go, our shutdown process has begun.
At the beginning of the season, I stated that the Association has only three harvesters, compared to five in years past. During high traffic months, our focus was to ensure the navigation lanes were as clear as possible. For the remainder of the season we will be focusing on docks and slips.Read more ...
The Water Quality Committee and the Water Quality (WQ) Staff have been proactive in the planning and preparation of our waterways since our 2017 Harmful Algae Bloom (HAB). This season, water quality sampling and monitoring has been ongoing since April. Unfortunately, the TKPOA is at the infancy stages of experiencing another algae bloom for this season in the West Channel, East Channel and Lake Tallac.Read more ...
It is important that all TKPOA subdivisions are represented by a property owner living within their subdivision. Per the Advisor rules, any owner in good standing may volunteer to serve as the Advisor to their Subdivision or Cove. Otherwise the property owners may nominate themselves or another owner within that subdivision, confirmed by a vote of the Board of Directors.Read more ...
The first two weeks of the harvesting season are completed. Similar to last year, the season started off slow due to the water being deeper and colder, which has stunted the plant growth up to this point. Due to this, we suspended harvesting in June and focused on fragment control. We started harvesting after the July 4th holiday and are now in full operations.Read more ...
Here are the TKPOA Positions currently open and at the end of the posting you find instructions on how to apply.Read more ...
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The Owners' Association DOES NOT RENT nor manage any long-term or short-term rentals within the Tahoe Keys. The Association also does not provide any services usually associated with vacation rentals such as housekeeping or private property maintenance.
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As a community we rely on each other to report suspicious and nuicanse activity in our neighborhood. The following kind of incidents should be reported to the security department: Property disturbance or violation, suspicious activity or vandalism, wild animals.
The security camera system was recently expanded to provide additional coverage in the common areas: the Pavilion and nearby facilities (childrens play area, beach volleyball court, and tennis court), and the Corporation Yard. This will help identify people responsible for ongoing issues related to the tennis courts, Pavilion Beach, volleyball court, and Pavilion dumpsters.