AAPOA Roadside Fall Cleanup

Please mark your calendars!

Our annual project week is September 20-26, 2021.  Please feel free to manage any section of road you’re comfortable with. For those of you who are Adopt-A-Road members, please plan accordingly. For anyone interested in becoming a member, please email me at your earliest convenience. Everyone’s efforts are appreciated!

Knut Sauer will pick up any garbage you’re unable to dispose of yourself provided you leave it behind the pavilion on Sunday, September 26 between 3-4pm. If you need bags and/or a very limited supply of pickers, they’ll also be available that same day. Please email me for a pickup schedule.

Lastly, our roadways continue to collect more than their fair share of waste. Should you come across large items that can’t be lifted, contact me directly and it will be taken care of as soon as possible.

Adopt-A-Road Volunteers

  • Joyce Philips-Fir St
  • Tricia Koch & Rich Apelt – Tannenbaum, Evergreen & Spruce.
  • Kathy DeFina-Sawmill from Sequoia Mtn to Summit
  • Diane and John Mehrman-first section of AuSable Dr. Off 86
  • Lynne and Bill Johnson-Oneida Lane and Sequoia Mountain Lane from the junction with Oneida to the turn -around at the end.
  • Marisol & Knut Sauer-Ridgetop, Hawthorne and Maple Lane
  • Frank Krueger-Ausable Drive from Lakeside to Ridgetop and Sawmill from Alder to Ausable Drive.
  • Jim Haig-Oak Hollow Rd., around lake and silver trail, Cherry St. and Butternut
  • Jim Jacob- AuSable Drive between the two Oak Hollow signs.
  • Bob and Lou Moriarty-River Road and Cascades
  • Susan & Steve Albert – Raccoon Lane
  • Cori Potter – Red Fox Drive and Sequoia Mountain Lane
  • Laurie & Rick Conney – AuSable Drive, from Ridgetop to blue trailhead
  • Charlie & Elise Roller – Evergreen and Ridgetop
  • Mary Ann Dee – Cross Street
  • Linda & Bob Kroll – Algonquin Lane
  • Phyllis Fox – AuSable Dr. from Cross St. for one mile toward Church St.
  • Jennifer & Pete Nienstadt – Whitetail Lane
  • DeSantis family – Beech and Alder St.
  • Heather & John Prendergast – Fern Lane

Thank you!

Laurie Conney
AAPOA Adopt-a-Road Program

Regarding the disruption in water service within the Acres:

Water pressure  to our system should be returning soon.  However, the health department has imposed a “boil water” alert for the system.  Over the next several days, the Foreverwild Water company will be required to test the water to ensure that it is free of bacteria.  This procedure requires testing over several days.  The water is safe to use for bathing and washing.  But, it should be boiled prior to drinking.

This issue does not include the Kitzbuhel section of theAcres because they operate on a seperate system. 

For updates please access the Foreverwild website at: https://foreverwildwatercompany.com/   Their phone number is: (518)-807- 2605   


Wednesday September 8th, 3:50 PM:  There has been a water main break affecting water pressure within the Acres.  It is currently being repaired and pressure should begin to return to normal within a few hours.  

Also: For future reference: Foreverwild Water Company has a new phone number. The number is: