Boat Launch Fees

New boat launch fees have been implemented for the 2017 boating season.

Cabin owners within the Marean Lake Resort (the community that contains McCrea Beach) will continue to use the boat launch adjacent to the beach at no cost.  Anyone else using this launch (including cabin owners in the resorts to the north and west of the beach, and the general public) is required to pay a launch fee of $50 per season or $10 for a weekend.

Appropriate stickers for all boats are available at ‘Bob’s Place’, the store at the beach.

Please remember that parking for boats and trailers near the beach is extremely limited and day-users will need to consider alternatives.

 

MLAC Nominations are Open

Each year one position on the Marean Lake Advisory Committee is open for election.

Nominations close at 4:00 pm on Tuesday June 1, 2017 and MUST be submitted to the RM OfficeClick here for further information and nomination forms.

Marina Docking Changes

If you are an owner within the Marean Lake Resort (formerly the McCrea or MLR Resort) you should have received an email yesterday with planned changes to docking in the marina, boat launch fees and daily docking.  If you are an owner and didn’t receive the email, please click here to get added.  While we post general information on this website and the Facebook page, for many issues we prefer to communicate directly with owners through email.

2017 Resort Maintenance Service Contract Opportunity

For the Marean Lake Resort Subdivision

The Marean Lake Advisory Committee (MLAC) is seeking proposals for a service contract for the provision of resort maintenance activities between May 1 – September 30, 2017.  Interested parties are invited to respond.

Key responsibilities could include: maintenance of all municipal and environmental reserves  within the resort subdivision (including mowing, trimming, beach cleanup, garbage and fish filleting removal, etc), basic maintenance of resort buildings and equipment including operation of the water system, installation and removal of swim buoys and beach equipment, assisting with the installation and removal of docks owned by the RM, and coordination of general maintenance of roads, signs and walking paths.

The successful applicant will determine their own schedule, although it is expected that some responsibilities will involve consistent and timely daily activity during June, July and August and with reduced frequency in May and September.

Anyone interested in this contract position is invited to respond to the email address below with a summary of appropriate experience and qualifications, compensation expectations, availability, and your contact information.  MLAC will subsequently negotiate a work plan and compensation with the most qualified party.

Please submit proposals or request additional information at mail@mlrcabinowners.ca

Please submit proposals by April 28th, 2017

More Theft and Vandalism…..

Sadly, more incidents of theft and vandalism have occurred at Marean Lake,  In the last few days a number of new incidents have been reported: a quad was stolen and a number of windows were broken.  The damage within the Marean Lake Resort appears to have been along Camp Road, but thefts were also reported in the Marean Lake Valley Resort (Woulfe/Gaetz development).

Contact the RCMP in Kelvington (306) 327-1200 or Rose Valley (306) 322-2550 if your property has been impacted.

 

Break-ins at Marean Lake

Over the last couple weeks there have been a number of break-ins reported at Bjorkdale, Porcupine Plain and Marean Lake, including a least a couple in our resort.  RCMP have suggested a few basic tips to help improve the security of your cabin: ensuring that all windows are closed, locked and covered by blinds; and installing a light on a timer in the cabin that turns on at dark and off again late at night or in the morning.

Contact the RCMP in Kelvington (306) 327-1200 or Rose Valley (306) 322-2550 if your property has been impacted.

Winter Preparations

With winter freeze up approaching, plans are in place to remove the public boat launch dock and the resort owned docks (north of the boat launch) shortly after the October long weekend, sometime between Oct 11th and the 14th.