October 31: Volunteer Opportunity
Help us with swimmer's itch reporting. Click here to see a description of the reporting activity, skills and time commitment required, and whom to contact if you're interested.
LLLA 2020 Handbook Is Available at the Following Locations
If you haven’t already obtained your copy of our 2020 Lake Leelanau Lake Association Handbook, you can pick one up in person at one of these four local businesses, who are generously supporting our organization by handing out Handbook copies in exchange for a printed copy of this letter which you can download from our website, or the email/postcard notifications which we sent out last Fall.
Like previous editions, the 2020 Handbook is an essential resource for Lake Leelanau riparian property owners and a valuable source of information for other county residents and visitors.
June 28: Message to members from Tom Hiatt, LLLA President “Lake Board Status: Your Voice Needs to Be Heard”
June 28: List of questions members of the community have raised about the need for a lake board
June 28: Text of the resolution which the County Commissioners will consider on July 13 and July 20, 2021
June 28: To see dramatic video footage of a large untreated EWM bed in south Lake Leelanau, click here
April 14: Presentation to Leelanau County Commissioners about the need for a lake board
On April 13, Tom Hiatt and Nancy Popa presented the Association’s proposal for a Lake Leelanau Lake Preservation Board to the Leelanau County Commissioners.
The presentation explains the existential threat posed by Eurasian Watermilfoil, the Association’s EWM prevention and control efforts to date, and how the creation of a lake preservation board would address Lake Leelanau’s long-term EWM control needs.
- Click here to view a pdf of the presentation
- Click here to view the companion document explaining our rationale
- Click here to watch the portion of the video recording of the Commissioners’ April 13 Executive Board Session featuring the Association’s presentation and the ensuing Q&A (the link starts at 2hrs 19min and the discussion ends at 3hrs 22min)