PLPA News

News (by month and year)
  • Invasive Species Training Coming to Peck’s Lake

    Peck’s Lake – We are very pleased to announce that Peck’s Lake has been chosen as the site of the Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program (APIPP)  Lake Protectors Training! Those attending training will learn how to identify and report aquatic invasive species. If you’re interested in the training, you can now register on the AIPIPP website. We…


  • Welcome Back Cocktail Party!

    Come join us on Sunday, May 26, from 4-6 pm under the tent at the Marina for the 2024 Peck’s Lake Welcome Back Cocktail Party! Please bring your own beverage of choice and an appetizer, or finger food, to share. There will be drawings for three pairs of Caroga Arts Music Festival General Admission tickets…


  • Message from Bleecker Town Councilmember Shawn Croucher

    Road work update for North Shore Peck Lake per many conversations with Bleecker Road supervisor: First the culverts are going to be replaced by the Fulton county soil conservation department, that will include at Evergreen and Sunrise Bay, and we will also be looking at other potential crossings on North shore.That has to be posted…


  • Docks In!

    Tim Alteri has informed us that dock installations will BEGIN on Monday, April 29. The entire process is expected to take up to a week, weather dependent. So please have your property prepared to receive your dock. Tim has asked to remind those whose docks Tim services that payment is expected and required upon receipt…


  • Happy Trails

    Thanks to Arnie Henry the PLPA maintains 7 miles of hiking trails along the North Shore. If you haven’t taken advantage of them, you’re really missing something. By Jim McCulley — A few weeks ago week I was treated to a tour of the entire North Shore Trail system by our own intrepid Trail Master…


  • Court Rules for PLPA and Pecks

    Short-term rentals violate deed restrictions. PECK’s LAKE – For nearly two years the PLPA and the Peck’s have been defendants in a lawsuit challenging deed restrictions that prohibit the business or commercial use of properties and that also prohibit using properties to grant access to the lake to the “public generally.” There’s a certain poetic justice,…


  • Dock Removal Begins Oct 14th

    IMPORTANT! DOCK REMOVAL BEGINS OCTOBER 14TH. Tim Alteri and his crew from Alteri’s Landscaping will start removing docks from Peck’s Lake starting on October 14th. Please have your boats and personal belongings removed from your docks prior to the 14th. The past couple of seasons Tim has had an issue with receiving payments on dock…


  • 4th Deposit Drive a Success!

    By Clif Wassel (Lake Committee Chair) – On Monday, August 7th, the fourth deposit container drive for 2023 was held. The container collection was 5,471 donations for this effort. The proceeds from the haul were $328.26. The total proceeds for the year are $1,807.16.  More residents appear to be donating to the deposit container drives in 2023…


  • The Dams are NOT DAMNED!

    In mid-July representatives of the PLPA and the Peck family met with Brookfield Renewables, who are responsible for the safety and integrity of the dams at the West and East ends of the lake. Brookfield sent 4 company representatives to address concerns that were part of an Adirondack Explorer news article which called the dam…


  • President’s Message – Summer 2023

    (This message originally published in the PLPA Summer Newsletter – a copy of which is available by clicking this link.) Summer is in full swing! And so were the black and deer and flies! There’s nothing that the PLPA can do about them, but we have been busy with many projects and activities to improve…


  • Peck Lakers “Start your Kayaks”

    Sign ups continue for Saturday’s (August 5th) Canoe/Kayak Race in the West Bay starting at 8:30AM.Each paddler will receive a participation gift!Please click this link to sign-up (https://forms.gle/ts2SsiHhRsarJPjz7).Information on the event can be found here. If you have any questions, please contact Bob Wilson at [email protected] forward to seeing you there!!!!


  • Snowmobile removed from lake

    We have been informed that the snowmobile that had sunk in the lake as a result of the tragic accident this winter has been recovered and removed.