YEAR-ROUNDERS’ HOLIDAY GATHERING
The Wilderness Inn Restaurant
Route 86, Wilmington
Tuesday, December 17th, 2019
6:00 – 7:00 pm Cash Bar
7:00 pm Dinner
Seared Chicken Thighs with Dijon Mustard Sauce
Carrot Cake and Tea or Coffee
$30.00 per person
(Includes Tax and Tip)
Cash or Check payable to Wilderness
RSVP by 12/10: Mary Ann Dee @ 518-524-8768 or
Please include number in your party and entrée choices
had a great turnout and able to do the whole stretch of Ausable Drive, Cross
Street, Sawmill up to Cross, and Ridgetop.
to everyone that came out and participated: Paul Barnes, Elyse and Charlie
Roller, Frank Krueger, Phyllis Fox, Richard Apelt, Susan and Steve Albert, Bob
and Mary Lou Moriarty, Brandi Cotrupe, Bob Gron, and special thanks to Laurie
and Rick Conney for organizing the cleanup!
Thank you again!
We hope everyone is enjoying the great stretch of late summer weather.
We just wanted to remind people of the annual Labor Day Pot Luck gathering of the AuSable Acres Property Owners’ Association at Lake Eaton on Sunday of Labor Day Weekend–September 2nd.
You’ll need to bring a covered dish to pass and a beverage of your choosing. We’ll supply paper plates, and utensils.
Hope to see you there!!!
Date: Sunday, September 2nd
Time: 2 PM
Place: Lake Eaton Pavilion
Pete DeFina, AAPOA President
To: Residents of AuSable Acres
From: Pete DeFina, President of AAPOA
Re: Recent communication with the Department of Public Service
On May 7th I received a call from Mr. Michael Horan who works for the Department of Public Service (DPS), which is the state governmental agency that oversees water companies such as Forever Wild. As you are hopefully aware the DPS is in the process of reviewing the Forever Wild Water Company’s (FWWC) request for a rate increase.
He stated that the DPS received 50 public comments regarding this rate increase request. If you would like to review these comments you can access the DPS site using the following link: http://documents.dps.ny.gov/public/MatterManagement/CaseMaster.aspx?MatterCaseNo=18-W-0074&submit=Search
He stated that many of those comments were concerned about the use of the $50 surcharge that has been a part of our quarterly water bill since 2009. To address these specific comments the DPS prepared a document titled “Summary or Revenues and Expenditures for Forever Wild Water Company, Inc’s Escrow Account from 2009 to 2017.
That $50 surcharge portion of our quarterly water bills has to be accounted for separately and held in an escrow account to be used for infrastructure purposes. This account and the expenditures made from this account is overseen and reviewed by the DPS. Mr. Horan asked specifically if I would share this document with the residents of AuSable Acres. And, accordingly, the 18 page document created by the DPS is attached to this posting. Click on the attachment below and then click on the page that is showing and the entire document will open for you.
Summary of Revenues and Expenses for Forever Wild Water Company, Inc.’s Escrow Account from 2009 to 2017