Here is a January 2019 update for LSLID property owners: 2019 LSLID January update
The LSLID has announced a Request for Engineering Services (Request for Proposal-RFP) found HERE: 2019.1.9 Final RFP 1.9.19
Following are key dates related to this Request for Proposals:
- Deadline for Submitting Questions January 21, 2019
- Proposal Due Date February 15, 2019
- Vendor interviews March 8 OR March 11
- Anticipated project start date April 5
- Estimated Step 1 Completion May 24 (no later than 6/30)
- Estimated Step 2 Completion July 12, 2019
Any questions should be submitted via e-mail no later than Monday, January 21 to: Cindy Kevern at firstname.lastname@example.org
In October, a letter was sent to the property owners on record to update them on the business of the annual meeting and progress on the proposed high water mitigation project. Here is a copy: 2018.10.19 Letter to Property Owners
LSLID Board Meeting Sunday, November 4, 2018, 2:00 PM at Scandia Valley Town Hall. 2018-11-6 LSLID Board Meeting Agenda
2019 LSLID Annual Meeting will be Saturday, August 24, 2019.
New LSLID Board meeting notes posted on the LID REPORTS & MINUTES page.
The LSLID 2018 Annual Meeting was held August 25, 2018. Here is the 2018.8.25 Agenda and the 2018.8.25 LSLID Proposed Budget 2019. Voting results: 2018.8.25 August 2018 Vote Tally Questions addressed can be clarified with this FAQ document: 2018.8.25 FAQ’s
Morrison County administered a survey to Lake Shamineau property owners in July 2018. Results can be found here: Morrison County Lake Shamineau Property owner survey results 8.7.18
Get proposed high water mitigation project information at the HIGH WATER MITIGATION PROJECT PROPOSAL page.
Results report of the 2018 Lake Shamineau Property Owners Demographics Survey can be found HERE.
Notice: Lake Shamineau Lake Improvement District 2018
Herbicides to be used for invasive milfoil treatment
The LSLID Board of Directors would like to inform property owners on Lake Shamineau that we have applied for a permit which will allow us to treat within 150 feet from shore for Eurasian water Milfoil, an invasive species. One treatment is planned from June-August 2018. The method for control will be triclopyr or similar product as approved by the EPA and MDA as aquatic herbicides. This treatment will primarily occur in the southwest bay. We will do this in conjunction with mechanical hand pulling which will be primarily used in the northwest bay.
Shoreline property owners may request that herbicide control not occur adjacent to the landowners’ property within 150 of the shoreline. If you desire treatment not occur adjacent to your property, please provide your name, property address and notify the LSLID at the following address:
Bob Koll, LSLID
3435 Pine View Blvd
Motley, Mn 56466
Or email email@example.com
Lake Shamineau Lake Improvement District (LSLID) hearing was held today (April 21) to hear public comments on proposal for high water mitigation plan. The LSLID Board voted to move forward by proceeding with the next step to present to the Morrison County Board of Commissioners.
LSLID FLYER – April 2018 link to informational publication.
New information posted on the LID Reports and Minutes page includes Notice of Public Hearing 4/21/2018, a copy of 2018-03-07_Flood_Damage_Reduction_Grant_Application, the complete Final Engineer’s Feasibility Report in three parts, and an legislative appeal letter to send to legislators requesting support for our grant.
As we go through our next steps with the engineering work, we will be issuing a number of resolutions from the LID Board. Here is the first of these resolutions: 2017-09-30 resolution ordering feasibility
Full Houston Engineering report on High-Water Mitigation with maps and graphs is now available on LID REPORTS & MINUTES page.
Reports from the August 11, 2017 information meeting about the 2018 LSLID Budget and Plan can be found on the LID REPORTS & MINUTES page.
There are three diver pulls of Eurasian Watermilfoil scheduled for 2017. If a property owner does NOT want this non-native invasive plant pulled adjacent to their property, they must submit a 2017 Milfoil Removal Waiver Request to opt out.
Minutes of the first annual LSLID Meeting are HERE.
One of the projects taken on by the LSLID has been the control of invasive species. The board was able to obtain a grant to fund a rake throw vegetation survey in 2016. The report can he found HERE.
Two pulling of invasive Eurasian Watermilfoil were done by divers in 2016, also. A report of the dives can be found HERE.