The Board is considering two plans to address the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species and the continuing silt build-up in the lake causing the expansion of shallow bottom areas. This page will provide information about those plans.

One of these plans will be voted into action by the entire District Electorate at our Annual Meeting on July 17, 2021. At this time, due to COVID-19 virus, there will be a special District Meeting around May, 2021, to present or discuss the details of those plans. Most current information has been posted on this page, and we will provide further information to explain more about the draw down concept. Please read them. There is always a possibility of a "on-line webinar meeting" that may be held to discuss this information live, but no plans are in effect yet. Keep consulting this website page for further updates.


You may want to learn about what a "lake drawdown" is to prepare for the July 2021 vote. If you need more information about the AIS Lake Drawdown, click on the following plan links in blue (below) to see the documents. If you have more questions please contact Rob Adams, Dave Murphy, or one of the Board members. (CONTACT US link)


Draw down the lake about 6 feet from October 2021 to May 2022.

One winter period...Will help to reduce AIS and compact some silt and soil.

The May 9 meeting with 400 people was CANCELED due to the COVID-19 virus situation and the Governor's travel restriction message. Disregard the POSTCARD INSTRUCTIONS that were mailed to all District residents.  Use this information to learn about the draw down concept:


Draw down the lake about 6 feet, but  for a longer period of time...from October 2021 to May of 2023.


Winter- Summer-Winter period...Will help reduce AIS and greatly compact the soil for a longer period of time.

PowerPoint Drawdown Presentation:  Go to this YouTube link: