All informational sessions begin at 5 p.m. and will be held virtually. A recording and the presentation slides will be posted on the FLTF website after. Register at the links below
Tuesday, April 13 – Rain and Flood Studies — Join us for a taped webinar and live roundtable discussion about the impact of changing weather patterns on precipitation in the area, and the FLTF response related to dam safety. REGISTER
Monday, April 19 – Updated Costs and Estimated Assessments — This webinar is focused on project planning and will include discussion on the impact on assessments. We will provide updates by dam. REGISTER
Wednesday, April 28 – Instrumentation on Lakes, Streams and Tributaries — Join this taped webinar and live panel discussion to learn about the state-of-the-art gauges and monitoring devices being installed on streams and tributaries to understand water levels and enhance community safety. REGISTER
Wednesday, May 5 – Environmental & Regulatory Considerations — This live presentation will review the many environmental and regulatory considerations for bringing back the lakes, and share FLTF work to collaborate on solutions. REGISTER
Thursday, May 13 – Financial Modeling with Survey Results –This live webinar will review the most current financial models and incorporate results of the property owner survey. REGISTER
Tuesday, May 25 – Meeting with Midland and Gladwin County Commissioners –This joint meeting will focus on the path forward and include a review of financial models and a discussion about affordability for property owners. Time is still to-be-determined.
Tuesday, June 1 – Quarterly Board Meeting of Four Lakes Task Force on behalf of the Four Lakes Special Assessment District