Round Lake Property Owners Association

Located in the Beautiful Ottawa Valley

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We have moved to a new web host and are in the process of updating the site

New email address: rlpoa.killaloe@gmail.com

Message from RLPOA President Rob Norris

Welcome to the Round Lake Property Property Owners web site. Round Lake is located in the Ottawa Valley nestled in between Algonquin Park and the Ottawa River. As the name suggests it is a round lake 6 km in diameter on the Bonnechere River System.

This web site supports and promotes the goal of the RLPOA to represent the 470 residents on the lake on issues related to protecting the natural beauty of the area. Any comments or suggestions on the content or the site are welcome. Please e-mail to info@rlpoa.info

The RLPOA Association

Executive

The Association's business is conducted by an volunteer executive consisting of the President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary as well as 15 Shore Line Directors. Elections are held each year at the Annual Meeting usually held on the Saturday morning on the weekend before the Civic Holiday Weekend.

Information on RLPOA can be obtained by e-mailing RLPOA.Killaloe@gmail.com

Bylaw

The RLPOA Bylaws sets out the goals and operation of the Association.

Membership

Owners of municipally-taxed waterfront properties located on Round Lake, on the Bonnechere River between the lake and the Tramore dam, or on the tributaries between the lake and County Road 58 or Red Rock Road are welcome to join the association. If there is more than one independent dwelling on a property, each of the households is considered a single property for membership and voting purposes.

A property owner may appoint a designate who has regular use of and responsibility for the property. Designates may hold RLPOA board positions and vote at AGM’s. (Note: There is a maximum of one vote per property.)

The annual membership fee is $20.00 per household. Revenue from membership fees and fundraising activities support many RLPOA programs including: Stewardship (education and water quality monitoring); Safety (Cottage Watch and boating hazard marking); Community Involvement; Communications (newsletters and website); Issues and Negotiations; additional costs such as liability insurance for the association and its volunteers, membership in the Federation of Ontario Cottagers’ Association (FOCA), and administration.

A majority of members use the mail-in sheet (included with each of the winter, spring and summer newsletters) to send in their information and membership fees. Most importantly, your membership is a vote of support for all the volunteers: executives, shoreline directors and committee members that spend hours of their time looking after your interests.

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