Call for Volunteers to Clean up Litter

Now that we have emerged from winter, please take some time to walk along your road, enjoy the spring weather, and pick up litter. It only takes a few minutes. With everyone’s help we can restore the beauty of our neighborhood after a long winter.

FYI: Update from Poconos Mountains Visitors Bureau

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This month on Pocono Mountains Magazine:
Jim gives a tour of the new and improved PoconoMountains.com, attempts to ski all six of the region’s ski resorts in one day and previews the opening day of trout season by visiting a historic fish hatchery in the Poconos. Brianna goes snowshoeing with Naturfi, taps maple trees for syrup season in Wayne County and goes back in time in Lansford to see what the future holds for a historic train station. Brianna also features the Pocono Mountains United Way’s Miracle Meals program helping frontline workers and local restaurants. Finally, Christina Luna experiences Skirmish Paintball, home to the biggest paintball fields in the country! Watch the Episode E-Newsletter Sign Up Forward to a Friend   Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau
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Notice of January 2022 Board Meeting

The next board of director’s meeting will be held on January 30, 2022 at 9:30 a.m. To receive remote access instructions for the electronic meeting, please send an email to lwepoatreasurer@ptd.net with your name and lot #. If you are a property owner in the LWEPOA community, you should receive a follow-up email with the meeting information.

Meetings are recorded to facilitate documenting meeting minutes afterwards. Connections are muted until the members open session which will be announced during the meeting. Feel free to turn on your camera. Please keep your comments and questions brief. This is your opportunity to directly communicate your needs or concerns to the board. Should you want to register a complaint or concern, please do not identify a person or property address directly in the open forum. Details can be provided to the office following the normal complaint process.

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