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Keeping Magician Lake Healthy

March 9, 2020

The Magician Lake Weed Control Special Assessment District expired at the end of 2019. In order to assure there is still widespread support of the project, the Silver Creek Township Board is requiring petitions by owners representing 51% of the land mass in the proposed special assessment district.

Members of the Magician Lake Improvement Association and the public will be circulating petitions in the upcoming weeks and months. Petitions must be signed by all property owners in order to be counted toward the 51%. Petitions are due to the township by May 22. 

For more information, please contact Mick Braman at michaelbraman@mac.com

June 17, 2019

MLIA Board Trustee Don Blackmond (left), and MLIA President Mick Braman (right) recently attended the 58th annual Michigan Lake Stewardship Association conference, at the Crystal Mountain Resort in Thompsonville, MI. Some of the Key topics discussed at the conference include:

  1. PFAS, Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in Michigan waters and watersheds, issues and actions.

  2. Lake Levels, Dams, and the Role of Drain Commissioners on Inland Lakes in Michigan.

  3. Wake Boats, Issues and Impacts for Michigan Lakes. Both sides of the story.

  4. The Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to Support Lake Management

  5. Aquatic Invasive Species. State of Michigan Actions and Joint Efforts of the AIS Task Force

  6. CLMP. The Role of Lake Volunteers and Water Testing in Conjunction  with Michigan’s CLMP Program.

Please refer to Don Blackmond or Mick Braman if you would like to discuss these topics in further detail. Also, please refer to Michigan Lake Stewardship Associations at www.mymlsa.org

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