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Sylvia Lake Pet Etiquette

 

Be sure your dog is a good neighbor. Prevent your pet from being a nuisance:

 

• Be aware that some people are afraid of dogs.

• Control your dog at all times.

• Keep your dog confined to your property.

• Supervise your dog when it is outside.

• Keep your dog on a leash when off your property.

• Be aware of and curb your dog's barking.

• Pick up and dispose of your pet's waste.

• Be sure its dog tag is in place at all times.

 

The Town of Fowler has a Leash and Nuisance Law. Dogs "may not run at large, bark habitually, or chase or intimidate any person." Complaints may be filed with a peace officer, Town Justice or Dog Warden.

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The Sylvia Lake Association has entered into an agreement with Adirondack Ecologists, LLC, President, Steve LaMere. Adirondack Ecologists will study and assess our milfoil problem and make recommendations for abatement actions. The Board agreed to pay Adirondack Ecologists LLC $925. for the cost of the survey, procurement of water samples and analysis of the samples. Visit Adirondack Ecologists, LLC. website to learn more. Steve LaMere reported to the Spring SLA meeting on his findings. Stay tuned...more on milfoil to come.

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Sylvia Lake Association: Preserving, Protecting,
and Promoting the Welfare of Sylvia Lake
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Sylvia Lake Pet Etiquette

 

Be sure your dog is a good neighbor. Prevent your pet from being a nuisance:

 

• Be aware that some people are afraid of dogs.

• Control your dog at all times.

• Keep your dog confined to your property.

• Supervise your dog when it is outside.

• Keep your dog on a leash when off your property.

• Be aware of and curb your dog's barking.

• Pick up and dispose of your pet's waste.

• Be sure its dog tag is in place at all times.

 

The Town of Fowler has a Leash and Nuisance Law. Dogs "may not run at large, bark habitually, or chase or intimidate any person." Complaints may be filed with a peace officer, Town Justice or Dog Warden.