2018 Lake Lida Property Owners Association Annual Meeting

2018 Lake Lida Property Owners Association Annual Meeting Date: Friday July 13th, 2108 Location: Lida Township Hall Dinner: 6:00 PM Meeting: 6:30 PM RSVP: at Lakeassociation@outlook.com or 863-3665 Please join us for the annual meeting. We have speakers lined up to talk about Invasive Aquatic plant management, Lake Improvement Districts (LID) and a demonstration of the …

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Boat Cleaning Stations

Dear LLPOA, Just wanted to let you know of some good news. The MN DNR has just authorized the use of CD3 waterless boat cleaning stations for use on public boat access sites. Until now CD3 was limited to county or private sites. Said the DNR announcement, “The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) supports strategies …

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Blue-green algae: If in doubt, stay out

Guest Blog: Pam Anderson, MPCA Dear LLPOA Members, With the unusually warm temperatures, blue-green algae has appeared in some lakes. The problem will increase as waters warm. Blooms can look like pea soup, green paint, or floating mats of scum and sometimes have a bad smell. Blooms aren’t always large and dense; sometimes they only cover small …

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What You Can Do to Protect the Lake You Love

Lake home and cabin owners have an unmatched passion for Minnesota’s lakes. Collectively they volunteer 1.2 million hours towards lake protection. But there is one action that many have not yet taken and it is critically important. Become an advocate for lakes. Said Jeff Forester, Executive Director of Minnesota Lakes and Rivers Advocates, “What happens …

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There is no plot to shut down the lakes.

By Jeff Forester, Executive Director of Minnesota Lakes and Rivers Advocates We have all seen in the press and on social media the myth that Lake Associations are working to “privatize” or limit access to the public waters. At the DNR Roundtable this myth emerged as a theme. So, to set the record straight, not …

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