301-926-2256 [email protected]

Lake Committee

The Lake Committee is responsible for maintaining Maple Lake as a recreational resource for Town residents.

Tube racers exit Maple Lake, 2015

Triathlon contestants exit the water

The many tasks associated with keeping the lake clean, healthy, and safe are managed by the dedicated members of this all-volunteer committee.

The Lake Committee is active year-round. In winter, if the lake freezes, the committee issues recommendations on whether it is safe for skating. Starting in January, the committee arranges for control and management of the Canada geese, algae & pondweed. The process begins to hire the life guards & swim instructors.

In Spring, the committee arranges for any repairs to be made to the dock, the shed, fencing and gates, the security system, the bridge to the island, and any other items that need upkeep.

In April, the committee stages a “Lake Clean-Up” day where Town residents gather with rakes and wheelbarrows to clean any trash and dead leaves from the partially-drained lake, and to spread sand on the beach if a new delivery has been made. The committee member responsible for life guards creates the schedule and conducts training. A roster of “Lake Volunteers” who will open and close the lake gate daily is set up, and a person is identified to take responsibility for issuing party permits.

When the lake opens, the committee arranges to put up the diving board, monitor the water quality, monitor and manage life guards, and any security items that come up. The committee also helps manage the swim lessons during July.

At the end of the season, the commitee has a party, and put away the diving board, beach toys and clean up for the winter.

COMMITTEES
Dog Park

Christine Dibble (co-Chair)
301-869-4334
[email protected]

Mary Warfield (co-Chair)
202-421-6006
[email protected]

Forestry & Beautification

Georgette Cole, Chair
301-330-6740
[email protected]

Audrey Maskery, Council Liaison
240-205-4756
[email protected]

Woods

Patrice Klein (co-Chair)
301-926-2256
[email protected]

Joan Mahaffey (co-Chair)
240-631-8064
[email protected]

Vacant Homes Task Force

David Stopak
301-330-6446
[email protected]

Emergency Preparedness

Satoshi Amagai
301-330-1336
[email protected]

Maple Lake

John Hutchinson
240-997-5820
[email protected]

Memorials

Audrey Maskery
240-205-4756
[email protected]

Recreation

Emily Cavey
240-838-1840
[email protected]

Missy Yachup
301-947-4159
[email protected]

Intergovernmental

John Compton
240-432-5700
[email protected]

Joli A. McCathran
301-869-5358
[email protected]

CONTACTS

John Hutchinson
301-926-8767

LAKE COMMITTEE NEWS

Maple Lake Meeting

Next meeting: Thursday, October 18, 2018; 7:30 p.m. in the Council Room. All meetings are open to the public. With the end of summer, we are in a “Swim At Your Own Risk” mode until next year.

Maple Lake News

Next meeting: Thursday, September 20, 2018; 7:30 p.m. in the Council Room. All meetings are open to the public. Swimming season continues through Labor Day Sept. 4th, but the lake is still available year around – “Swim At Your Own Risk”. Thanks to all the Lifeguards,...

Maple Lake News

Next meeting: Thursday, August 16, 2018; 7:30 p.m. in the Council Room. All meetings are open to the public. Combo Changed... The lake gate combination changed on July 26th because too many outsiders have discovered the combo. This does not affect the outer gate at...

Maple Lake News

Next meeting: Thursday, July 19, 2018; 7:30 p.m. in the Council Room. All meetings are open to the public. Party Permits Summer is just around the corner! Maple Lake is a great venue for your party, wedding, or other assemblage. Just follow the link...

Maple Lake News

Next meeting: Thursday, June 21, 2018; 7:30 p.m. in the Council Room. All meetings are open to the public. Party Permits Summer is just around the corner! Maple Lake is a great venue for your party, wedding, or other assemblage. Just follow the link...

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