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NEXT HRLA BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING: 

 Tuesday,  November 2, 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 meeting, please let us know: HRLA@HRLA.com.

7 PM Yarborough's Restaurant, Lexington


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    ITS TIME TO GET READY FOR     

      LAKE RECREATION SEASON

   KNOW BEFORE YOU GO...

    New boat owners need to have some     basic knowledge of the lake AND their   boat.   The worst possible scenario is for a      new boat owner and/or resident of High       Rock Lake to launch their boat on a holiday   weekend for the first time.  It is NOT the   best time to learn the lake.Read more.........

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N.C. DEQ TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARING ON WATER QUALITY

The Department of Environmental Quality’s Division of Water Resources (DWR) will conduct an online public hearing October 28, 2021 on a proposed site-specific standard for chlorophyll-a in High Rock Lake in Davidson and Rowan counties. Written public comments are being accepted through November 15, 2021.

What: Public Hearing regarding the proposed revisions to the Fresh Surface Water Quality Standards for Class C Waters – 15A NCAC 02B .0211
When: 6 p.m., Thursday, October 28, 2021 

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Wake Responsibly: You Are Responsible for Your Own Wake

  While wakeboarding on the water this summer, the Wildlife Commission urges you to follow the guidelines below to "wake responsibly:" 

  • Stay at least 200 feet away from the shoreline, docks or other structures
  • Keep music at reasonable levels. Sound travels well over water. If it is loud enough to hear at 80 feet back, it is likely loud enough for homeowners and other to hear as well.
  • Minimize repetitive passes on any one portion of the shoreline. Once you've run the same line for awhile, move on to another area. 



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