ML&SA E-Newsletter for November 2011

The SLA has an association membership to the Michigan Lake & Stream Associations.
We have received permission to post these newsletters on our website.

MLSA.E-Newsletter.Nov.2011

In this month’s issue you will learn about:

  • State Senate Considers Legislation to Define and Restrict Permitted Activities at Public Road Ends
  • Please Consider Making a Charitable Donation to Michigan Lake and Stream Associations
  • An Editorial Urging You to Carefully Consider Candidates for Local Government Office
  • A Request to Help Us Find Michigan Lake Friendly Local Ordinances
  • Words to the Wise – by Theodore Roosevelt
  • An Invitation to Join Michigan Lake and Stream Associations
  • ML&SA New Book – Buying and Selling Waterfront Property in Michigan
  • An Invitation to Join the Michigan Waterfront Alliance
  • An Invitation to Subscribe to The Michigan Riparian
  • An Invitation to Visit the Michigan Natural Shoreline Partnership Web Site
  • Registration for the Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program is Now Available
  • An Invitation to the Visit the Michigan Inland Lakes Partnership Web Site
  • Our Recommended Web Site of the Month

Michigan Lake and Stream Associations, Inc. is responsible for the content of this publication.
Please direct questions or comments regarding this newsletter to Scott Brown, ML&SA Executive Director
at sbrown@mlswa.org

SLA Board Needs You!!

The Sanford Lake Association Board of Directors needs you. We are seeking to fill a couple of open Directory slots on our Board of Directors.

The Sanford Lake Association is a voluntary group of Sanford Lake Residents. Our mission:

The Sanford Lake Association provides a collective voice for the common good of the property owners.

The position requires attending the Board of Director meetings, participating in SLA sponsored events and the option to take on a active roles in the Board such as Treasurer.

If you are interested and would like to discuss in more detail, please contact our President, Jeff Menz at:
Phone: 989-689-6537 or Email: muskymenz@centurytel.net

ML&SA E-Newsletter for October 2011

The SLA has an association membership to the Michigan Lake & Stream Associations.
We have received permission to post these newsletters on our website.

MLSA.E-Newsletter.Oct.2011

In this month’s issue you will learn about:

  • Our Senior CLMP volunteer hangs up his Secchi Disk
  • Bio-Agent for Control of Zebra and Quagga Mussels Gains EPA Approval
  • Seeking Lake Friendly Zoning Ordinances
  • Our new book entitled Buying and Selling Waterfront Property in Michigan
  • Muskegon River Watershed Assembly Offers a Native Lakescaping Workshop on Nov 5th
  • An Invitation to Join Michigan Lake and Stream Associations
  • An Invitation to Join the Michigan Waterfront Alliance
  • A Reminder to Enroll in the Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program
  • Our Recommended Web Site of the Month

Michigan Lake and Stream Associations, Inc. is responsible for the content of this publication.
Please direct questions or comments regarding this newsletter to Scott Brown, ML&SA Executive Director
at sbrown@mlswa.org