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Formed in 1972, The Tully Lake Property Owners Association aims to support the owners who live year-round and seasonally on this magnificent kettle lake on the border of Onondaga and Cortland counties. This organization is not-for-profit and intends to keep Tully Lake healthy, pristine and a premier recreation area. TLPOA partici-pates in collaboration with organizations such as C-OFOKLA, The Cortland-Onondaga Federation of Kettle Lake Associations, Inc., and NYSFOLA the New York State Federation of Lake Associations, Inc., to provide information and support of our watershed and precious lake

The TLPOA  Annual Meeting took place on July 8th behind the Town Hall.  The weather was not kind to us but we had a great meeting in spite of wind and rain!  We discussed boater safety, weed management, unauthorized boats on the Lake, Song Lake weed management planning, CSLAP changes and more.  Thank you Tarki Heath and Cortland Soil and Water Conservation District for sharing information with all of us.

The brave Tul​ly Lakers at our Annual Meetin​g 2021​

 WE WILL BE HAVING A REAL CHILDREN'S FISHING DERBY THIS YEAR!

Sunday, August 22nd, 2021.  Weigh-ins begin at 9 am at the Main Dock on Hoffman Road and conclude at 2:00 PM Kids 0-18 are welcome to join us for the fun and great prizes!  We will be raffling off a great sit on top kayak and paddle.  Raffle tickets are $1.00 each and proceeds benefit the Derby.  Please consider donating to this most memorable event.  You can contact Colleen for more info at 315.430.1869. 

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Check out the HARMFUL ALGAL BOOM (HAB)

called PLANKTOTHRIX that has been in the French's Bay area of Tully Lake. At the end of August it spread to the southeastern end of the lake as well. We tested three old lake level wells and they tested negative for this Cyanobacteria Link.

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 Last September 4th we tried to clear out and improve flow from the massive beaver dams at the north end of the lake. Sadly the beavers won. We will keep trying to remediate Turtle Pond and increase flow from Green Lake to Tully Lake.


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Check our our wonderful Kettle Lakes Sharing Sessions videos below.   Each of the four Kettle Lakes featured a 45 minute "workshop" highlighting the unique issues they are addressing.  More than 90 people registered for one or more of the sessions. 

Please let your neighbors now about TLPOA!

2020-21 Shorescaping Projects We received approximately $11,000 from ONONDAGA COUNTY SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT to modify the shoreline in front of the Nye/Sipfle properties to improve storm water runoff, and to fortify the shoreline where several ash trees are dying or dead. We hope this will decrease road salt from entering the lake at that point where the road is very close to the shoreline to remove invasive Buck Thorn and replace them with native plants.  We also added a 600 foot riparian buffer along the stream bed at Cummings Park in the town.  This area was identified by our 2017 Storm Run-off Grant as an area of concern. Thank you to our partners, C-OFOKLA, OSWCD, Town of Tully,  Upper Susquehanna Coalition and Onondaga Earth Corps.

Please enjoy viewing our four Kettle Lakes Sharing Session Videos. 


https://youtu.be/8uUEVaJ2a8k Tully Lake-February

https://youtu.be/f6mox46eonA Crooked Lake-March

https://youtu.be/Cm4rdDj3Gik Song Lake-April

https://youtu.be/NCq47XtF-Vk Little York Lake-May

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