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FLTF: Comments on Recommendations of Dam Safety Task Force

The Four Lakes Task Force (FLTF) provided comments related to the recommendations being considered by the Michigan Dam Safety Task Force during its public meeting. In his statement, FLTF President Dave Kepler, on behalf of Midland and Gladwin counties.

FLTF: SHOULD WE LEAVE IS AS THE TITTABAWASSEE RIVER? WHEN IS THE WATER COMING BACK?

Secord Township supervisor and former FLTF board member Joel Vernier sheds light on these frequently asked questions in a video.

SLA Hoodies

Hoodies are $30 each, and available: Holsworth’s Coins and Resale at 2301 N Meridian Rd, in Sanford

SLA Contribution to the Four Lakes Task Force (FLTF)

The Sanford Lake Association (SLA) Board of Directors at our last board meeting authorized a donation of $20,000 to the Four Lakes Task Force (FLTF). Download the letter here

FLTF announces ‘operations transition team’

The Midland Daily News published the following article: The Four Lakes Task Force has recently announced the formation of an “Operations Transition Team,” which is meant to manage the safe transfer of assets of the Secord, Smallwood, Edenville and Sanford dams from Boyce Hydro to FLTF. Read it here

SLA Christmas Tree

The SLA has contributed a tree for the Lit Tree Memorial South of the Rail Trail (Enter on Cedar St. And Exit on Maple St.) in downtown Sanford.

MDN: FLTF Nears Completion of Possessing Dams

This is a major milestone for us to get Sanford Dam restored. Read the Midland Daily News article here.

FLTF: Condemnation litigation settled with Boyce

Four Lakes Task Force just published that they reached an agreement with Boyce on the condemnation litigation lawsuits. Read it here