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Welcome to Langdon Lake
Langdon Lake is located in the beautiful Tollgate, Oregon mountain area.
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With the Fourth of July weekend approaching, a reminder to Langdon Lake homeowners that fireworks of any kind are not allowed at any location on Langdon Lake property. The Association instituted a policy on March 5, 2007, which states, "A fine of $500.00 will be assessed to any homeowner or guest caught using fireworks of any kind on homesite property, common areas, reserved areas or over the Lake at any time." This is for the protection of homeowners as well as Langdon Lake property and the surrounding forest.

Langdon Lake property is surrounded by the Umatilla National Forest and is regulated by the Oregon Department of Forestry. As noted below in the Oregon Department of Forestry Regulated Closure #1, fireworks are not allowed on lands protected by the Oregon Department of Forestry.

Please enjoy your time at Langdon Lake this coming weekend and have a Happy and Safe 4th of July!
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Number 01

Effective 12:01 a.m., PDT, July 1, 2015

By virtue of the authority vested in me under the provisions of ORS 477.535 to 477.550, I
hereby proclaim a Regulated Closure to be in effect in the following subject area:

All lands protected by the Northeast Oregon Forest Protection District and all
forestland within one-eighth mile thereof.

Under this Regulated Closure, except as to the owner’s legal right of entry upon their land,
entry to all forestland is unlawful unless entrants comply with the following restrictions:

. Smoking is prohibited while traveling, except in vehicles on improved roads, in boats on the
water or at a cleared area free of flammable vegetation.

. Debris burning is prohibited, except in burn barrels for which a Burning Permit has been

. Open fires are prohibited, including campfires, charcoal fires, cooking fires and warming
fires, except at designated locations. Designated locations within the Regulated Use
Closure Area includes but is not limited to the following Oregon State Parks: Emigrant
Springs, Ukiah/Dale, Catherine Creek, Hilgard Jct, Red Bridge, Wallowa Lake, Minam, and
Unity Lake. Portable cooking stoves using liquefied or bottled fuels are allowed.

. Non-Industrial use of chain saws is prohibited, between the hours of 1:00 p.m. and 8:00
p.m. Chain saw use is permitted at all other hours, if the following fire fighting equipment is
present with each operating saw: one axe, one shovel, and one 8 ounce or larger fire
extinguisher. In addition, a fire watch is required at least one hour following the use of each

. Possession of the following fire fighting equipment is required while traveling, except on
state highways, county roads and driveways: one shovel and one gallon of water or one 2½
pound or larger fire extinguisher.

. Cutting, grinding and welding of metal is prohibited, between the hours of 1:00 p.m. and
8:00 p.m. Cutting, grinding and welding of metal is permitted at all other hours, if
conducted in a cleared area and if a water supply is present.

. Mowing of grass with power driven equipment is prohibited, between the hours of 1:00 p.m.
and 8:00 p.m., except for the commercial culture and harvest of agricultural crops.

. Any electric fence controller in use shall be: 1) Listed be a nationally recognized testing
laboratory or be certified by the Department of Consumer and Business Services; and 2)
Operated in compliance with manufacturer’s instructions.

. Use of fireworks is prohibited.

The State Forester or an authorized representative may, in writing, approve a modification or
waiver of these requirements.

These restrictions shall remain in effect until replaced, suspended, or terminated by an
additional proclamation of the State Forester or an authorized representative.

Maps of the subject area may be viewed at the State Forester's Office, in Salem, Oregon, and at principal offices of the Forest Protection District.

Definitions of words and phrases used in this proclamation may be found in ORS 477.001, OAR 629-041-0005,
and at:

Tom Fields, Fire Prevention Coordinator
ODF Fire Protection Program

June 26, 2015
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Just an update for those who have been asking about lake water conditions. We are set to begin treatment for algae in the lake starting July 2nd Thursday morning. This process will take approximately 3 days to complete and then an additional 2-3 weeks for the product to clear up the water.

The treatment being used is 100% biologically safe for humans and animals.

We searched for quicker options to clear the lake, but found them to be harmful for fish and other animals. This solution may take a little longer, but in the long run it is much safer.

Jerry Smith
LLA CareTaker
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LAKE COLOR 6/13/2015
Due to another slow snow year and unusual early hot weather, the lake is starting to change color. In the past, this usually occurred by mid to late September. The Association is currently in the process of getting things back on track. We will likely distribute the same product used back in 2007 to produce clarity at the lake.

A few thoughts regarding what each member can do to help keep the water cleaner:

-Do not use any lawn fertilizer which contain phosphorous

-Do keep a 1 foot wide thick grass buffer between your yard and the lake shore. This will act as a filter to keep grass clippings and duck feces out of the lake

-Do remove any old docks which are growing grass or have rotten wood

-Do try to keep boat wake minimal. Disturbing the water with heavy wake cause sunlight to reach the lake's undergrowth

If any questions, feel free to contact me.

Jerry Smith
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FISH ARRIVAL 5/28/2015
The lake received the annual amount of 1250 rainbow trout today. All are within 8-10 inches with a few larger sized. As I understand it from the delivery person, they have not been fed for the last 2 days, so are quite hungry! Get the kids and poles and head up to the lake this weekend. The fish WILL be biting!

Please remember that there is a daily catch limit for NON-members at the lake. A total of 5 fish per day per group...regardless of group size.

Worms, spinners, and power bait seem to catch them pretty well.

Jerry Smith
LLA CareTaker
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