The LLPOA operates a compost site for members to recyle yard waste.
There are 3 public boat launches on Legend Lake. :
1. On the west end of Legend Lake, south of the Legend Lake Lodge, and accessible from
Old South Branch Road.
2. Adjacent to Rainbow Ponds beach club, at the north end of Running Bear Road.
3. On the north end of the Dam #3 property (east end of Legend Lake).
There is a private LLPOA locked boat launch in the Hawks Nest area accesible only to LLPOA members who purchase a special key.
There is garbage pick-up for Legend Lake residents. Trash must be bagged in clear bags and set at the road edge. Recyclables are picked up every week of the month and must also be in clear bags only. Recycling is mandatory by law. Click here for more information
. Pick-up day for residents on or feeder to Old South Branch Rd. Is Tuesday. Pick-up day for all others is Monday. If any Monday is a holiday, both pick-up days are pushed back by one day. If any Tuesday is a holiday, pick-up days will be Monday and Wednesday. Service is provided by Wittenburg Disposal.
In order to legally burn debris
on Legend Lake, a burning permit is required. This year like the prior year, you only need to get one burning permit for the whole year. These are available for no-charge at the Lodge. It is your responsibility to check to see if burning is allowed each day you wish to burn. Burning is prohibited (by State Law) before 6 P.M. and on Sundays. To verify burning is allowed check the DNR Web Site
(Note: Menominee County code is "40") or call the Burning Permit Hotline 1-888-WIS-BURN (947-2876).
Lost & Found
Here is a list of "found" items that may be your property. Contact the Lodge, describe your item and make arrangements to retrieve it.
(1) Canoe. found in April, 2009
LLP&RD Lake Maintenance
Our Lake Maintenance Crew handles a wide variety of tasks to keep Legend Lake healthy and clean. They maintain and operate the weed cutters, aid in weed treatments, keep the boat launches clean, place all buoys in the lake and help coordinate the Clean Boats – Clean Waters
program that examines boats at the launches and instructs users on invasive species. They also maintain the two dams, keeping the spillways clean, the grass mowed and the weeds pulled.
Tom Moutvic: Coordinator
Jim Skomski - Maintenance
Tom Ittner - Maintenance
LLPOA Maintenance Crew
Our grounds maintenance crew handle all of the LLPOA property. They maintain the Lodge, Lodge grounds, association outlots, beach clubs, association boat launches and piers and operate the compost site. If you see these guys out and about, get to know them. They are easy to work with and they can forward any information you may want to share or report. They are a very important part of our LLPOA team.
Rick Moses: Property Manager
Wayne Pecore: Full time maintenance
Mark Ziarkowski: Part time maintenance
Tim Gatz: Part time compost site operator
Septic System Facts
Here is some information on how a septic system works and what you should do to keep it healthy and operating.
State of Wisconsin
Spring is here and so are the ticks. Here is an easy way to remove a tick, particularly if it is embedded in an area that is difficult to get a tweezers: between toes, buried in a full head of hair, etc.
Apply a glob of liquid soap to a cotton ball. Cover the tick with the soap-soaked cotton ball and swab it for 15 to 20 seconds. The tick will come out on its own and be stuck to the cotton ball when you lift it away. It works!
You should then swab the area of the bite with an alcohol swab or other antibiotic.