Dore Lake is home to 4 communities, all located on the peninsula of Michel Point. The communities include: Michel Point, Tower Beach, Camp Carmel, and Hamlet of Dore.
Michel Point Cottage Owners Association
This website and its content is funded and updated by the volunteers of the Michel Point Cottage Owners Association (MPCOA). Cottage owners can find information about upcoming community events, AGM dates and times, meeting minutes, community by laws, and more. The following is information important to the cottage owners at Michel Point. If you have a community event you want added to our website please email us!
MICHEL POINT LANDFILL
- We have "bin" for your household garbage.
- We have a burn pile. The burn pile is for burnables, natural woods, cardboard.
- Not allowed are old furniture such as: couches, beds, tables or any items that have metal coils or metal.
NO FIRES ALLOWED. The MPCOA Executive is solely responsible for maintaining the landfill after November 1st. Any unauthorized fires could result in very large fines against our association which could mitigate increased annual fees. Please proceed with caution and contact the Executive with any questions or for clarification of the rules.
We ask animal owners to use good judgement and manage your pets with consideration for your neighbours. To implement more stringent by-law's are complicated and require enforcement, which takes time and resources. Things to be considerate of: barking (day time and night time), keeping animals on leash and out of neighbour's yards, and animal waste pickup.
At our AGM, 2011, there was a motion to allow Executive to use their discretion and have authority to spend or pay bills up to $5000 without the consent of membership through a vote at AGM.
Our community uses an above ground water system that is turned on by volunteers on or about May 15th. Our community maintains a boat launch and dock that is installed on or about May 15th. Both of these services are removed and or serviced prior to winter on or about October 15th.
Volunteers are relied on for the services required to service these systems. We have enclosed information on these and other systems in this page. Our community thrives on volunteerism and getting these jobs done. We welcome assistance and individuals willing to get involved. Please ask someone on the executive how to be better involved if your interested.