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Annual Community Meeting

Thank you to those who took the time to come to the annual community meeting on September 2nd. There were just over 600 people in attendance. The electorate voted to not pursue "Option B" - the plan for a new community center / clubhouse. If you did not attend the meeting and would like more information, view the meeting materials.

Also at that meeting, Greg Wisniewski and Ron Diederich were elected to fill commissioner positions on the Lake District board.

Mark your calendar for the 2018 annual meeting which will be Saturday, September 1 at 10:00 a.m.

August 2017 District Dialogue

The most recent (August 2017) issue of the District Dialogue focuses on lake issues - including the proposed 2018 budget and information about a proposed new community center and golf course facilty.

If you missed your copy in your mailbox, you can read it here.

Slow-no-wake

Update: Saturday, July 15

The lake level continues to drop, so the decision has been made to lift the Slow-No-Wake restriction at 9:00 this morning.  Thank you for your cooperation. 

We are grateful for our ongoing cooperation with the Town of LaGrange and Town Chair Frank Taylor.  We also appreciate the volunteer work by Jack Sorenson, Peter Van Kampen, and John Summers for monitoring the lake level. 

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Highway 12 EIS Petition

It is important that you sign a petition regarding the Highway 12 Environmental Impact Study.

Online Petition

Take a couple minutes to read and sign... then share it with your friends!

If you would like paper copies of the petition to share with your neighbors and friends, please contact us!

Boating Safety Courses

The Lauderdale Lakes Water Safety Patrol offers opportunities for Boater Safety Courses every year.  The two-day course is held at the LaGrange Town Hall each year.  Classes for 2017 have already been completed. Check back early next year for class dates and registration information.  

Successful completion of a boating safety course is required for anyone (12 and over) born on or after January 1, 1989 if they intend to operate a PWC or motorized boat without an adult onboard.  These classes are sanctioned by the DNR and provide students with information useful for boater safety on Lauderdale Lakes.

Annual Lake Management District Meeting

The annual meeting will be held the Saturday of Labor Day Weekend - September 1, 2018 at Lutherdale Bible Camp. Registration begins at 9:30 and the meeting begins at 10:00.

WI DNR Boating Regulations Handbook (updated in 2016)

The Wisconsin Department of Natuaral Resources published an updated Boating Regulations Handbook in 2016.  Our officers will carry the handbooks on our boats and the Water Patrol will make them available at lake community events.

You can view the updated handbook here.

Shorelines

The August 2017 publication of Shorelines is now available on the Lauderdale Lakes Improvement Association's website.