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LAKE MANAGEMENT
QUARTERLY COMMISSI0NER'S MEETING AGENDA FOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2014

STANDARD MEETING FORMAT/AGENDA

  1.  Call To Order - 9:00 am

  2.  Public comments & questions

  3.  Approve Meeting Agenda

  4.  Reading of Previous Meeting Minutes

  6.  Treasurer's Report

  7.  Old Business

  8.  New Business

  9.  Town & County News Reports

10.  Meeting Adjournment

AGENDA ITEMS DISCUSSED AT THE

MARCH 2 2019 COMMISSIONERS' MEETING:

Old Business

  1.  Lake Endowment Fund Report

  2. AIS Plan Status

  3. Special Committee on Lake Drawdown Report

  4. Waushara Watershed Council news

  5. Town of Mt. Morris & County news

 

New Business

1.  Lake Management Activities

2.  Proposed Lake Drawsown Scenarios

3.  Discuss expenses for the 2019-`2020 budget

4.  Harvester Operations

MMLMD  Quarterly Commissioners' Meeting Schedule

Quarterly meetings begin at 9:00 am

Held on the first Saturday of every Sept. Dec. March and May

Mountain View Community Center

N3137 21st Lane, just off Highway 152 - South of Mt. Morris

All District property owners invited to attend

Regular Commissioners’ Meetings for 2019-2020:

Saturday, March 2, 2019

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Saturday,  August 31, 2019

Saturday, December 7,2019

Saturday, March 7, 2020

Saturday, May 9, 2020

Saturday, July 18 , 2020- 44th Annual District Meeting 

43nd Annual District Meeting

Saturday, July 20, 2019

The budget year cycle occurs for MMLMD from May to May. During the Comissioner's meeting in May, the budget is proposed, discussed and approved.

LAKE DISTRICT VS. LAKE ASSOCIATION  ​
What's the difference?

A Lake Association is primarily a voluntary group of people who share a lake and voluntarily share expenses to maintain that lake. There are officers who determine policies and budgets for the Association. However, collecting funds is mostly an informal process subject to variable support and cooperation by lake residents.

A Lake District is an official unit of Wisconsin government set up by Chapter 33 law and is comprised of elected individuals from the shoreline property owners in the District. The District Board determines a budget and collects required taxes from residents (based on property size and value) to provide revenue to administer District needs and activities.

Mount  Morris Lakes is a Lake District, not a Lake Association. It can be said that the difference is:

A Lake Association collects people; ​
a Lake District collects taxes!