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Please do not pull out / rake out lake vegetation and let it float away in the lake.
It ends up being tangled in your fellow lake neighbor’s boat lifts and docks. Remember that there are restrictions on what you can and cannot do with the lakeshore, above and below water. Remember too that the lake vegetation (do not call it weeds) is part of a heathy lake, for the water and for the wildlife.
In Most Cases, Shoreland Alteration Requires a Permit
Please go to the Cass County website to determine what you can and cannot do, and for permit information
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Please us the recycling containers conveniently located behind the library in Longville
Click at right on “Images of Long” for views of our beautiful lake area
The purpose of this association shall be to maintain and improve lake water quality and lake bed health, maintain and continue fish propagation and protect wildlife and its habitat.
It shall also include education about many issues affecting lake property owners and users through the dissemination of information to Long Lake property owners and their families.
is a 926 acre lake located just north of Longville in North Central Minnesota. Long Lake is a spring-fed clear lake with 12 feet of water clarity and a maximum depth of 115 feet. With its several small islands and 13.7 miles of irregular shoreline, every vantage point delivers a new inspiring view. Long Lake is of course “long”, almost eight miles in length.
long: Pronunciation: ‘lo[ng] Function: adjective
1 a : extending for a considerable distance
b : having greater length than usual
d : having a greater length than breadth
Long Lake Link
The official LLPOA informative newsletter is published several times a year. Our editor Meg would appreciate any comments or contributions for the Link.
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It’s just smart to…
Not Burn Garbage. It is bad for the environment, your neighbor doesn’t like it and it is illegal!
Clean Campfire Pits. Remove ash often and keep phosphates out of the lake.
Watch Your Wake. Maintain a safe distance from shore and docks, and swimmers!
Save A Loon. Please exchange lead sinkers and lures for environmentally safe alternatives.
Improve Water Quality. Shoreline buffer zone; if you have one, keep it; if not, plant one.
Recycle! Containers are close by, right in Longville behind the library. Recycling not only reduces waste, it saves energy and natural resources.
Recycle Fish! Catch and Release for our future fish population.
Halt Natural Resources Violations in Minnesota:
Turn in Poachers (TIP) – Poaching includes overfishing!
Statewide toll-free: 1-800-652-9093, 24 hours, 365 days – On many cell phones, enter: #TIP
Report non-time sensitive tips online.
Site last updated 6/26/2015
Original site created January 2006
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