DANGER ON THE LAKE
Caution when on the lake. In the south bay Hager's, off of Hilltop Lane have placed an aerator in the lake causing open water to extend from the shoreline. It is unknown how far out this affects the ice but with the uncertainty I would avoid that section of the lake.01/21/2024
Labor Day weekend has come and gone with a lot of hot weather, family and friends.
The Fall meeting was well attended and there was great discussion.
The Elections were held and here are the results.
Amy Hager was Elected Secretary Treasurer
Bob Schermacher was elected to the Board
Russ Styczynski was elected to the Board
The Duck hunt was a Huge success with too many to count kids, we saw a lot of smiles. There are pictures posted on the web site and our Facebook page. Some members are having problems getting included in the Facebook group so Bob Elliott is looking in to it.
Sandy Styczynski reported that the Clean Boats Clean Water program was a great success with 68% coverage this year vs 34% last year and we think it's due to the sign up web site which was implemented this year. We'll probably use that from now on. Phillip Plavat was the lucky winner of the drawing from everyone that watched the boat landing.09/08/2023
The final Bass Lake Management Plan prepared by the DNR, County, Townships, UW Stevens Point and citizens has been loaded into the links section of the web site. it was delayed almost a year due to Covid. The plan contains detailed information and lays out a plan for future management.10/27/2020
In an effort to help reduce our lake shore erosion we’ve put together a list of different grants that are available to help with the cost, planning and implementation of shoreline retention.
1. Oconto County cost share program.
2. State of Wisconsin DNR Lake management program
Both of these programs start with a meeting with Ken Dolata from Oconto county, he can be reached at (920) 834-7152, email@example.com. Dale Wery has been in contact with them regarding these programs and they are planning a visit to Bass Lake in December. They would like to meet with all property owners on that day to do site visits and start the grant process which starts with obtaining a permit. Ken will also be able to provide a list of approved landscapers. The deadline is February for applying for these grants.
The Association is starting a list of interested owners if you’d like to be included in the grant process or get some ideas about can be done please let me know and I’ll start a list.
3. DNR Surface Water Grant
The DNR has a surface water grant program which has deadline of Feb. 1. This program has 5 simple inexpensive best practices, with grants of up to $1,000 per practice installed. I don’t know much about this program but there is an attachment that describes it. There are 2 links on the web site for this program, DNR Surface Water description, Surface Water Application process
Please let us know if you’re interested in any of these programs and we’ll assist in any way possible.
Our current list of board members, their phone numbers & email addresses.
Secretary & Treasurer