July 1st Holiday Security

Additional security measures will be implemented within the resort in order to ensure that we all have a safe and enjoyable Canada Day holiday.  Because the holiday falls mid-week, the additional  measures will in place the weekend before and the weekend after, as well as the 1st.

A checkpoint will be in place on the main road throughout the evening, the rear gate will be closed during the evening, and police patrols will be more frequent.

 

Docking Update

All the placements on private docks (south of the boat launch) have been finalized, and those people securing seasonal spots (north of the boat launch) have been contacted.  If you were looking for a spot and have not been contacted then you may be on the wait list.  Once the seasonal spots have been finalized the wait list will be published on the website.

Daily bookings are available for anyone needing them by contacting Jax Snacks at 306-278-1210.  Daily bookings are restricted to cabin owners within the Marean Lake Resort until June 15th, after which they will be open to the public.

 

Aerial Spraying for Tent Caterpillars – Update

The cool weather a few weeks ago delayed the leafing of the trees and the development of the caterpillars, but that changed dramatically in the last 2 days. Weather permitting, tent caterpillar spraying at Greenwater and Marean could start as early as Monday, May 25th. Look for planes to be in the air starting between 5:00 and 6:00 AM.

(Note: Spraying was completed as planned on the morning of the 25th)

May Long Weekend Security

Over the upcoming May long weekend additional security measures will be implemented within the resort in order to ensure that we all have a safe and enjoyable weekend.

A checkpoint will be in place on the main road throughout the evening, the rear gate will be closed during the evening and overnight, and police patrols will be more frequent.

 

Aerial Spraying for Tent Caterpillars

Tent caterpillars are those annoying things that strip deciduous trees of their leaves, crawl on every available surface, spin cocoons everywhere, and generally make life miserable.  They began encroaching on Marean Lake from the south last summer and will be approaching their peak this year.  In order to make the lake liveable this summer, the Marean Lake Advisory Committee is partnering with the other developments at the lake to undertake an aerial spraying program.

Depending on weather conditions, it is expected the Marean and Greenwater area will be sprayed midweek following the May long weekend (May 19-21).  Spraying will occur in the very early morning hours when winds are the calmest.

Click here to read the notice about the spraying program.  Go to our Documents page if you would like to review the spray blocks being covered and various technical documents related to the product being used.

2015 Election

Once again no election is required for MLAC membership.  Only one nomination was received and Marlin Johnson was acclaimed into the position by the RM of Bjorkdale.  Thanks to Marlin for reconsidering his nomination.  Appropriate documents are posted on the RM of Bjorkdale website.

2015 AGM and Election

Mark your Calendars!

As discussed at the general meeting last August, the 2015 AGM will be held on May 16th at 1:00 pm at Church Camp.  Each year one position on the Marean Lake Advisory Committee is open for election.  Details of the process will be emailed in the coming weeks, and all property owners at the resort are encouraged to think about running.

Request for Proposals-Store Operations

The Marean Lake Advisory Committee has now assumed responsibility for the operation of the store and is seeking proposals from anyone interested in operating it, starting with the 2015 summer season.

Click this link to download a copy of a document outlining expectations and responsibilities.

Anyone wanting further information is welcome to contact any member of the the Advisory Committee.  Submissions must be received no later than February 15, 2015 at the following email address: mail@mlrcabinowners.ca 

New Civic Addresses

The RM of Bjorkdale recently approved the adoption of new civic addresses for the resort, and is now working with the appropriate Provincial authorities to finalize implementation. Each address will be combined with a geographic locator and incorporated into the province-wide 911 system used by emergency services.  The complete resort map, with civic addresses included, can be located on the Documents page.