LOCAL VISITORS GUIDE

The Au Sable River Valley Business Association is excited to announce that ROOST has released a new Whiteface Region Visitors Guide.   The Whiteface region includes Upper Jay, Jay,  and the Au Sable Forks area. The guide includes great information on our local area and is available at our local businesses as well as at the Town of Jay Community Center in Au Sable Forks.

We encourage all vacation home rental owners to pick up a copy or two for their rental units and help promote our local area and businesses to your guests.

For more information on the Au Sable River Valley Business Association please visit https://ausablerivervalley.com/ or email info@ausablerivervalley.com

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IMPORTANT AAPOA WEEKEND EVENTS

General Membership Meeting: Saturday, July 2nd

Date:  July 2nd                    Time: 10 AM                     Place: Lake Eaton Pavilion

All AAPOA members are invited to attend our semi-annual General membership meeting.

Our agenda includes an update from our treasurer and the president’s report.  We will also present committee reports regarding:

  • Covenants and restrictions
  • Trails Committee
  • Membership, and
  • Architectural review, which handles building permits.

If you’re not already a 2022 member you can join at the meeting.

Picnic: Saturday, July 2nd —Come Join Your Neighbors!!!

Date:  July 2nd                           Time: 2 PM                                         Place: Lake Eaton

On Saturday July 2nd we will be hosting our annual 4th of July Picnic at Lake Eaton.  Festivities begin at 2 PM.  Please come join your friends and neighbors and be a part of celebrating our great little corner of the Adirondacks!!!  It will be a great afternoon of fun, food, and friends!

  • All food (hamburger, hot dogs, chips), drinks (wine, beer, soda, water), and desert will be provided free!
  • The only thing you need to bring is a lawn chair.

RAIN DATE FOR BOTH EVENTS: Sunday, July 3rd – same time

IF YOU ARE NOT A CURRENT MEMBER OF THE AAPOA WE WILL HAVE MEMBERSHIP FORMS AT BOTH EVENTS

Give ‘em a Break

Hello Neighbors,

Laurie Conney here with a gentle reminder to give our resident turtles a break by slowing down and anticipating “turtle crossings.”  In fact, I did just that today along Ridgetop Drive and it felt great!

The high risk crossings that I know of seem to occur along the stretch of Ridgetop Drive- that used to have 2 turtle crossing signs-and around Lake Eaton outlets. Please think about letting your school bus, fuel delivery and ground transportation drivers know to look out for them as well!

 

Okay that’s it and thanks for the consideration:)