Cube Hydro Carolinas
The annual High Rock Lake pier permits invoices will be mailed out later this month. Please be on the lookout, the return address is Cube Hydro Carolinas.
The annual fee permit will remain at $65.
If you have questions about repairs to your current dock, please email Karen Baldwin, compliance manager. Please note her email has changed to Karen.baldwin@EagleCreekRE.com
Payments can be mailed in or through the online payment system noted on the letter.
NEXT HRLA BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING:
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, in-person board meetings are LIMITED
Next Zoom video call scheduled for
Tuesday, May 4 2021
HRLA Members are invited to attend monthly board meetings on the first Tuesday of each month. If you would like to join the next Zoom meeting send a request to HRLA@HRLA.com.
Invasive of Zebra Mussels found in NC Pet Stores
Join us for the Great Yadkin River Bridge Earth Day Cleanup!
Sign up as individuals or as a group to clean up a bridge crossing the Yadkin River or one of its many tributaries the weekend before Earth Day, April 17-18, through the following Sunday, April 25. Numerous watershed studies have indicated trash dumping at bridge crossings is a major source of litter in our waterways.
Yadkin Riverkeeper is so appreciative of all the ongoing highway, river, lake and stream clean up projects being done by many volunteer organizations throughout the Yadkin River watershed. To recognize these volunteer efforts and incentivize the Great Yadkin River Bridge Cleanup, YRK will be offering cash prizes as follows:
1) Most trash collected - First prize = $150, Second Prize = $75, Third prize = $25
2) Most volunteers - First Prize = $150, Second Prize = $75, Third prize = $25
To be eligible for the prizes, please register your cleanup with Yadkin Riverkeeper below and return your Bridge Cleanup Report detailing the amount of trash collected and number of volunteers involved no later than April 25. You also will need to submit photographic evidence of volunteers and trash collected to firstname.lastname@example.org. Documenting the impact of the Great Yadkin River Bridge Earth Day Cleanup will help YRK demonstrate the impact of volunteers on keeping our waterways clean and the tremendous need to prevent littering and illegal trash dumping.
Please contact YRK at email@example.com if you have questions or need logistical support or supplies for your cleanup.
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Beautiful Spring weather draws many outside on Monday
Sunny skies, warm temperatures for cure for the winter blahs
North Carolinians enjoying warm temps and sunshine
By David Whisenant | April 5, 2021 at 4:14 PM EDT - Updated April 5 at 6:30 PM
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Did you get outside today? It was magnificent! Blue skies, bright sun, warm temperatures…for many today was the day to shake off the winter blues and enjoy some outdoor activity. Robin Williams may have said it best when he said Spring is nature’s way of saying ‘let’s party!’
Lots of folks around Rowan County were enjoying the weather. The parking lot for the High Rock Lake boat access off Bringle Ferry Road was busy.
Collecting garbage: Locals work to beautify High Rock Lake during Clean Sweep
Published 12:05 am Sunday, September 20, 2020
HIGH ROCK LAKE — Rocky Phillips held the white barrel steady as Barry Childers fired up his power saw and cut a chunk off the corner, allowing stale water to drain out to lighten the load.
In order to get to the barrel, which was lodged in a pile of sticks in shallow water on High Rock Lake, Phillips had to strip off his boots and socks and wade through a few feet of chilly water. After Childers sawed off the corner, he helped heave the barrel onto his pontoon boat, adding it to the pile of trash that was quickly piling up.