For decades, the communities around the four lakes have accepted the notion that it was best to allow a private company own and operate the dams. This is no longer the case. The revenue created by generating electricity is simply not enough to pay for the investments needed to meet regulatory requirements and keep the lakes at a level to allow our communities to enjoy boating, fishing and swimming.
It is time to change the ownership structure of the dams so that there is a public entity that can take action on lake issues with resources and overall accountability on behalf of all the stakeholders in the Lakes’ communities.
Join us at one of the upcoming public information meetings to learn more. You are welcome to attend any of the meetings:
Albright Shores Eagles F.O.E.
1380 Estey Road
Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 7PM – 9PM
Wednesday, February 20, 2019, 7PM – 9PM
Meridian Early College High School, Community Room
3303 N. Meridian Road
Thursday, February 21, 2019, 7PM – 9PM
Thursday, February 28, 2019, 7PM – 9PM
Smallwood and Secord Lake
Secord Lake F.O.E.
3485 Lake Shore Drive
NEW: Sunday, February 24, 2PM – 4PM
Tuesday, February 26, 2019, 7PM – 9PM
A Note From Dave Kepler, Chairman of the Four Lakes Task Force
Four Lakes Task Force Created by Two County Resolutions
Midland Daily News