In the past several months, I have taken readers through a step-wise process of articulating the Lake
Our role is to be advocates for the interests of lakeshore owners and businesses, consistent with our mission to assure the health of
So, while we can go to great lengths to develop and articulate action plans, it is not our role to implement those plans. With respect to AIS management, various agencies are charged with protecting and managing
Without this support, here is where we stand:
- We have developed a lake vegetation management plan that allows for comprehensive milfoil control, but have not received broad community buy-in, although
- The L
- If hydrilla gets into Lake
Community support is needed. Further, financing the
While confronting the AIS monster is a serious challenge, we believe we can slay this monster by brood community support and spreading the financing equitably.
“A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” Winston Churchill.