Our purpose is to find the best use and management of the village-owned property located on Wee Wah Lake. The property was used for fowl and clay shooting and bathing in the early 20th century and was known as the Wee Wah Lake and Bathing Beach, with at least two shingle-style clubhouse structures located on the property. The property is a peninsula-shaped piece of land located in the northwest area of the lake. The recreational area of the property is shared with members of the Hamlet during the summer season also open to village residents run by the Wee Wah Beach Club (WWBC) under an annual lease agreement with the Village. The Village also leases the use of the property to the Wee Wah Fishing & Boating Club (WWFC). The Village Department of Public Works (DPW) has its warehouse and mechanical building, and equipment storage on the same property.
Committee descriptions are posted and updated by the Mayor and may not reflect the Trustees' views.