1. What is the current "state of health" of Three Mile Lake?
2. How big is Three Mile Lake? How many cottages are on the Lake? Is there room for more?
3. How's the fishing?
4. Is the Lake good for recreational boating?
5. What commercial properties are on the lake?
6. Why does the Lake level fluctuate so much?
7. How can cottagers help maintain/improve the health of the Lake?
8. How do I become a director of the Three Mile Lake Association?
9. Does the Association have any legal jurisdiction?
10. Why does the Association need more members?
11. Why should I process my new or renewed membership online?
If you select to process online, you will ensure that we have accurate membership information that you can access and edit at any time in the future. Once we have activated your membership, your temporary password will be sent to your email address (provided) and you can then log on with your username and create your own password. You will now have website access to the list of names and 3ML addresses of other members whom have also approved access to their limited 3ML information. Finally, you will be able to renew your membership in the future without having to re-enter all your personal information.
12. How will my temporary password be sent to me? When will I have access to my profile? When will I be able to see the list of other members that have also approved the association to put their name and address on our website?
Once we have validated your payment, a temporary password will be sent to your email address from firstname.lastname@example.org. In case you cannot find the email, please check your spam folder to see if your email service has automatically moved it from your inbox. You will now have secure access to your profile by entering your username and temporary password and clicking the login button on the membership page. Once you have access to you profile, you can change your password, edit other profile settings and also see the list of other members that have approved the association to publish their limited information.
13. I am an active member of the 3 Mile Lake Association however do not have a computer and therefore cannot sign into my account. Can I still vote for any of the issues presented on the website?
Unfortunately not. Our new online process is designed to validate active memberships and requires that members sign in using their Username and Password before they are enabled to vote. That said, we will also present issues at the AGM (Annual General Meeting) held each July where active members can voice their opinions and vote on motions presented during those meetings.
14. I am an active member of the 3 Mile Lake Association however I have either forgot my username and or password or do not know what they are because I never registered online....How do I find out what it was?
As long as you provided an email address with your initial registration or entered your email address on the application form that you submitted with your cheque, you can follow this process to get what you need.
Step 1. Go to the Membership page on our website.
Step 2. Click the Secure Three Mile Lake Members Area link
Step 3. Click the phrase "I forgot my username and/or password" The phrase is located under the Member Sign In box.
Step 4. You can enter either your email address or username, press submit and an email with your personal username and password will automatically be sent to your email from email@example.com.......if you cannot find the email, check your spam file.....some email servers may treat our firstname.lastname@example.org address as spam
Step 5. Go back into our site and log in through the Members Sign In box to gain access to your personal information and members only information
15. What is the Association's new mailing address?
Three Miles Lake Association
P.O. Box 161
16. What types of local or native plants and trees are found in the Three Mile Lake watershed?
Yellow Birch, Red Maple, Black Cherry, White Cedar, White Pine and Eastern Hemlock
Serviceberry, Red osier dogwood, Sweet gale, Willow species, Meadowsweet, Steeplebush, Winterberry, Buttonbush, Nannyberry, Northern wild raisin
Canada anemone, Swamp milkweed, Canada blue-joint grass, Canadian wild rye, Sedge species, Blue-flag iris
Pickerel weed, Broad-leaved arrowhead, Water smartweed