The Lakesider...Spring 2014
The annual newsletter of the Lake
Mitchell Improvement Board
photos are on Lake Mitchell 2013-2014 in Words and Pictures.
MILFOIL TREATMENT: This is
where the June 26th treatment occurred.
Click on this image for a larger version of the map.
The Lake Mitchell Improvement Board will have a special
meeting on December 11 at 9 AM in the Wexford County Building at 401 Lake Street at the request of Rex Barker, a
property owner on the Torenta Canal, to discuss his concerns about the management of Lake
New Information for Spring
New state law
bans docking boats at road ends overnight – From the Cadillac News
April, 2012 --
Boaters will no longer able to tie up overnight at spots where public roads end on lakes. The new law makes it a
misdemeanor to place boat hoists or anchoring systems or to install a dock at road ends. Similar penalties apply to
boaters who dock their boats at road ends between midnight and sunrise. (This law was just passed and may be good to know the watercraft rules as we enter the boating season. – Dave
Important Information to
The Lake Mitchell
Improvement Board uses the services of Restorative Lake Sciences L.L.C. and its Water Resources Director, Jennifer
Jermalowicz-Jones in developing and executing its aquatic plant control program. More can be learned about RLS
at www.restorativelakesciences.com. Information about Lake Cadillac and its milfoil control program
can be found at http://www.cadillac-mi.net.
Newsletter -- If you received the printed newsletter, please consider saving the board the $2 it
costs to print and mail this newsletter by reading it online at www.lakemitchell.org. (We would rather use our money to fight milfoil
than print and mail newsletters). All the contents of the newsletter are available online plus photos, minutes of
our meetings, and features about Lake Mitchell not found in our annual newsletter. Email us
at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add your email to our list
which has over 330 addresses.
Those on our email list are notified about important Lake Mitchell
information including days when the lake will be treated as well being alerted to upcoming meetings. If
weather events such as floods, ice storms, or heavy snows occur, which could damage property, emails may be
sent. These are especially appreciated by Association members who are not lakeside residents. The
email list will not be sold or offered to anyone and will only be used for Lake Mitchell Improvement Board
and Association business.
The Lake Mitchell Improvement Board also has a mobile website. This site is designed specifically for
viewing on your mobile smartphone (iPhone, Android phone). The mobile website has all the information found on the
full website. There are no graphics or photos on the mobile site, so it's fast to load and easy to read on small
screens. To access the mobile website, point your phone's browser to http://www.lakemitchell.org/mobile. Then bookmark the site or add it to
your phone's home screen.
The Print editions of the LMIB Lakesider newsletter is available
for download in PDF format.