2017 Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting – Deerfield Town Hall
Saturday, July 29th  2017 –  9 AM 

Click here for the: 2017 PLPA Annual Meeting Agenda

In addition to our normal business meeting, the PLPA addressed a number of timely topics that were of great interest for all members including:

  • 2016 Annual Meeting Minutes (PLPA 2016 Annual Meeting Minutes)–Minutes were approved
  • Treasurers Report
  • Election of Officers
  • PLPA Programs and Projects
    • Lake Host Program
    • VLAP Program
    • Weed Watchers Program
    • Informational Kiosk
    • Mooring Field
    • Gulf Road Project
    • Shoreline Improvement Project

The Annual Meeting Presentation can be found here:  PLPA 2017 Annual Meeting Presentation

Informational Sessions for Property Owners

How you can have a positive impact on the future of Pleasant Lake

Septic System Improvements – “How Septic Systems Work and WHY”

Larry Maznek of Maznek Septic Services will provide a presentation on

  1. How a septic tank works and what should and should not be put into them;
  2. Why we periodically pump them;
  3. How often should we pump them;
  4. Effluent Disposal Areas (Leach Field);
  5. New technology for rejuvenating old fields and building new systems on small problem lots.
  6. Question and answer time

Larry is a member of New Hampshire Association of Septic Haulers, and on the Board of Granite State Designers and Installers.  Attendees will receive a $15 discount on their next pumping.


“Soak Up the Rain New Hampshire” –10 Do-It- Yourself Practices

Barbara McMillan and Lisa Loosigian from the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services. Throughout New Hampshire, neighbors are planting rain gardens and trees, using rain barrels, and finding other ways to Soak Up the Rain to protect and restore clean water in their local lakes, streams, and estuaries. This session will present why it’s so important for property owners to be involved and show how they can do their part to collect and infiltrate storm water with ten Do-It-Yourself practices.