Van Buren Point


Bulletin Board


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  • 18 Nov 2017 8:19 PM | Dan Cella (Administrator)

    The 2018 Assessment is $200. 


    There was some confusion when the notice went out detailing the assessment and dues for 2018.  The way it was written indicated that there are two assessments in 2018 for $200.  That is not the case, there is only one for $200.  Sorry for any confusion.


  • 23 Oct 2017 8:37 AM | Dan Cella (Administrator)

    Under no circumstances is there to be hunting within Van Buren Point proper.  Violators will be subject to a fine, and reported to the authorities. 

  • 25 Sep 2017 11:58 AM | Dan Cella (Administrator)

    A new stop sign has been installed on Central, at the intersection with Park.  The sign is on the side of the road if you are heading towards the front gate.  The purpose of the sign is to bring traffic to a stop where visibility of young children may be limited.

  • 02 Sep 2017 9:58 PM | Dan Cella (Administrator)
    Board Update:

    New Board Members:
    • Marti Webster
    • Mike Brown
    • Beverli Horrocks

    2017 - 2018 Officers:

    • President: Dan Cella
    • Vice President: John Hogg
    • Secretary: Jane Feightner
    • Treasurer: Marti Webster

  • 28 Aug 2017 3:11 PM | Dan Cella (Administrator)

    There are 2 adjustable metal bed frames at the barn. One needs one caster and the other needs 4 casters.  First come, first served. 

  • 06 Aug 2017 2:48 PM | Dan Cella (Administrator)

    Please visit the 'Tree Maintenance & More' page of this site for updated information on the Tree Stewardship initiative that has started.  Click the link in the menu on the left side of the page.

  • 28 Jul 2017 6:48 AM | Dan Cella (Administrator)

    We have had a significant amount of garbage being left in public areas and on the streets.  In addition, individuals are taking their trash, including dog feces, and dumping it in the surrounds that the garbage cans sit in.  Rather than lifting the lid and putting the trash in the can.  This is an issue throughout VBP, so it's clear its more than just a couple people.  If this is you, please show more respect for your community, your neighbors, and yourself. 

  • 05 Jul 2017 6:41 AM | Dan Cella (Administrator)

    “Spokes for Folks” has closed, therefore, we can no longer take bikes at the barn.  Descent bikes can be taken to the Salvation Army on Route 5 in Dunkirk, or possibly accepted at the thrift store next to the “Friendly Kitchen” on Central Avenue in Dunkirk.

    Please do not leave any equipment or materials at the barn.  If you think it’s something that could be of use, please personally ask Bruce, Bill, or Tom.  Otherwise unwanted goods, or junk bikes can be taken to the transfer station for disposal.  They will accept recyclables, scrap metal, and household batteries for free (AA, AAA, C, D, 9Volt). 

    Please dispose of all trash in the cans located around the point.  There has been a significant amount of trash, specifically bottles, left around VBP.  There are plenty of cans available to dispose of these items. 

    Also, please do not leave golf balls around.  If you are hitting golf balls, please ensure you pick up and account for each one.  If they are hit with a mower, they become projectiles and can cause damage to property, cars, or individuals. 


  • 28 May 2017 9:05 PM | Dan Cella (Administrator)

    Dear VBP Owner's, Residents, Guests and Friends,


    The maintenance crew has not placed the 4 public staircases in due to the extremely high water levels.


    Last year we put the main steps in at the Oakdale / Lakeside access in mid May only to have a wind/wave event cause damage to those steps.   At that time the lake level was much lower. 


    Now with the higher level it is more likely to have an event that will damage the steps. 

    We have had numerous times when the waves have been crashing off of people's seawall's.


    On the bayside, if we were to place the steps they would be 2 to 3 steps in the water before you hit the bottom.  As with the main steps,  waves could cause major damage. 


    We appreciate your understanding and as soon as possible we will install the steps. 


    Thanks for your understanding.  

  • 28 May 2017 8:58 PM | Dan Cella (Administrator)

    THANK YOU to everyone who came out for the beach clean up, on Saturday, May 27th.  We had over 30 people of all ages helping out.  Lets turn this into an annual tradition.



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