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Spring 2022 Newsletter
Spring 2022 Newsletter
Our first newsletter of 2022! Inside you'll find program updates on ADDV and See Something, Say Something. As well as Business Member highlights from the Sheila Davis Group, Marine Specialties, Lanier Flight Center and more. This newsletter is a part of our quarterly newsletter publication.
Spring 2022 Newsletter
2021 Year End Review LLA
2021 Year End Review
LLA had a busy 2021! Thanks to our member support and community partners, LLA took big strides in 2021 to keep Lake Lanier Clean, Full and Safe. Take a look at this Year End Review to see what LLA accomplished through our programs and the impact LLA had on Lake Lanier this year!
2021 Year End Review
Fall 2021 Newsletter
This issue at a glance: Life Jacket Loaner Station program update, charitable giving with donor-advised funds, Shore Sweep recap and recommendations for buying and selling a used dock. As well as articles submitted by Bev Knight and a feature piece on Caitlin Mincey, of Mincey Marble Manufacturing.
Fall 2021 Newsletter
Summer Wrap-Up 2021 Newsletter
Summer Wrap-Up 2021 Newsletter
This issue at a glance: Solar Lights and ADDV program updates, tips for winterizing your boat, and more. As well as articles submitted by Living on Lake Lanier real estate team and a feature piece on Bruce Longmore, owner of the local Lenny's Sub shop.
Summer Wrap-Up 2021 Newsletter
Kick Off to Summer 2021 Newsletter
Kick Off to Summer 2021 Newsletter
This issue at a glance: Learn about our newest program See Something Say Something. As well as a program update on the Life Jacket Loaner Stations, articles submitted by LLA Business Sponsors - Jackson EMC and Skier's Marine, and more.
Kick Off to Summer 2021 Newsletter
Winter 2021 Newsletter
Winter 2021 Newsletter
Read up on the latest updates to our on-lake initiatives in our latest quarterly newsletter publication. The Winter 2021 Newsletter highlights whether Lake Lanier is clean, how to nominate an island for rip-rap protections, A look at Lake Lanier Real Estate, and more.
Winter 2021 Newsletter

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Ask the Corps Virtual Town Hall
Ask the Corps Summer Virtual Town Hall
The Lake Lanier Association virtually hosts Tim Rainey, US Army Corps of Engineers, Operation Project Manager for Lake Lanier as he discusses shoreline management, water level/basin management, the navigation map, reporting of issues, dredging, what is allowed on the Corps buffer/land and more.
Ask the Corps Summer Town Hall

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