If you haven’t already received your boat registration forms in the mail, you will soon. Stickers should be on your trailers (in the storage lot), boats, and golf carts by May 1st. As we will be registering over 3000 boats, there are a few things that you can do to help speed up the process. We must have current proof of insurance on file before we can issue the “Creamsicle” orange stickers for your boats. Please anticipate this and have your insurance on file with us or have it with you when you come in. Boat insurance typically renews annually and although your carrier and your policy have not changed, we do need a declaration page that shows that your insurance has not expired.
We now accept most forms of debit or credit cards, however there is a courtesy fee that we charge of 3% – 5% depending on if we can swipe your card or not. In order to avoid the courtesy fee, you may still pay by check or cash. New boats must be inspected by Greg or Ron before we can register them. Neither one of them keep regular “office hours” so please call them to arrange a time for the inspection. Also, all assessments must be paid for every property that you own before we can register your boats. New members and members who had lake suspensions last season will be required to take the written water safety test.
Our very own “Father Goose,” David Williams has renewed his federal and state permits to control goose eggs for the season. Dave asks that if you see any nests in unusual places, particularly around your docks and boats, to give him a call at 816-489-3779 so that he can get them oiled.
Submitted by: Jan T. Olson – Executive Director
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