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(Effective, January 1, 2021, Adopted December 10, 2020)

In 1965 the founders of Lake Latonka created this community with 1,600 lots with a vision and rules to build a beautiful residential lake community of single-family homes. The purpose of this document is to provide the rules governing the community of Lake Latonka. The rules consist of three parts: Deed Restrictions that were recorded with each lot in the LLPOA subdivision that have never been changed and would be very hard to change; By-Laws which were established to govern the LLPOA and have been changed from time to time with Members approval; and Regulations which have been changed on a regular basis by LLPOA Boards.

In addition to LLPOA RULES, federal, state and local laws and regulations apply to the Lake Latonka Community. These include the PA state building code as adapted and adopted by  Jackson Township or  Coolspring Township, and regulations specific to lakes and streams from the PA Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP) and the PA Fish Commission. Any construction in the water (i.e. docks, shoreline) or within 50’ of any waterway (lake or stream) requires a General Permit from the DEP.

During 2019 and 2020 the Board and some Members reviewed the rules with an objective to make changes to simplify, clarify, and assemble all current and valid LLPOA RULES in one document. An attorney reviewed the rules, Members were provided an opportunity for feedback, and the Board adopted the rules. We received many suggestions from Members and made some changes to the Regulations. We hope that all of us will be respectful, use common sense, act safely, and share the lake and the community. Please continue to provide feedback as it may lead to further rule changes. Also, please check the website for the latest rules, and do not rely on paper copies that may be out of date.