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Otter Tail County COLA

(Coalition of Lake Associations)

P.O. Box 53   —   Ottertail, MN  56571 


Next Meeting: Thursday, August 21, 2014

7:00 p.m. at the Community Center in Ottertail, MN

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for conversation. All meetings are open to the public.

Annual Meeting:  Awards,  Election of Secretary-Treasurer,  Approve 2015 Budget

Presentation:  What requirements are coming for septic systems?

Wayne Johnson, Otter Tail County Commissioner            

2014 Meeting Dates   Mark Your 2014 Calendar!!!!!

2014 Board of Directors Meetings at 7:00 pm in Ottertail (3rd Thursday): April 17, May 15, June 19, July 17, August 21 (Annual Meeting & Awards Presentation), and September 18, 2014

2014 Executive Committee Meetings at 5:00 pm, Thumper Pond Board Room  (4th Monday) when the 4th Monday is a holiday,  the meeting moves to the following Monday: April 18 (Thursday),  June 2,   June 23,  July 28,  August 25,  and September 22,  2014

2014 Water Testing Weekends (3rd Monday or preceding Sunday): May 18 – 19,   June 15 – 16,   July 20 – 21,    August 17 – 18,   September 14 – 15 Saturday, April 26, 2014, at 9:00 am:   Pickup your water testing equipment Staff from RMB Environmental Labortories will be available for demonstrations and questions.

We Love Our Lakes… as a place to live.  We love coming to our lakes for vacation.  We love our lakes as a place to recreate, relax and find serenity in our busy lives.  Our lakes are part of our heritage and part of our legacy, and they hold a special place in our hearts.    

Otter Tail County COLA Goals

C – Clean lakes, rivers and streams, and prevent spread of aquatic invasive species.

O – Ordinances that help protect and correct the water quality in our lakes, rivers and streams.

L – Lakes with excellent water quality to provide a strong economic base for the county and state as well as quality enjoyment for the many lake users.

A – Associations that educate and inform their members, their elected officials, and the general public regarding the necessity of environmental concerns and policies that protect our lakes, rivers, and streams. 

Updated:   July, 2014