The Four Lakes Task Force – Webinar

The FLTF will be conducting a webinar on April 16.

Purpose: Webinar is to adopt a resolution authorizing issuance of a bond anticipation note for Four Lakes Project, and review the 2019 Annual Report and 2020 Operating Plan


What Riparians and Boaters Need to Know

Michigan Executive Order No. 2020-42
Q: Does boating constitute “outdoor activity” under the new executive order?
A: Physical outdoor activity like kayaking, canoeing, and sailing is permitted under the order, but using a motorboat, a jet ski, or other similar watercraft is not. Any outdoor activity permitted under the order, including boating, must be done in a manner consistent with social distancing, and individuals should use only their own equipment to prevent the transmission of the virus through the touching of shared surfaces. Additionally, in accordance with section 2 of the order, persons not part of a single household may not boat together. 

While some boating is permitted under the order, the provision of boating services or supplies does not itself constitute critical infrastructure work, and businesses and operations may not designate workers to come to work for that purpose. As needed, these businesses and operations may designate workers to leave their home for work if their in-person presence is strictly necessary to conduct the minimum basic operations listed in section 4(b) of the order. Minimum basic operations do not include serving members of the public. The order, however, does permit in-person work necessary to maintain the safety and sanitation of sites otherwise open to the public for outdoor physical activity permitted under the order. All in-person work permitted under the order must be done in accordance with the mitigation measures listed in section 10 of the order.,9753,7-406-98178_98455-525278–,00.html?fbclid=IwAR3LA_Y-ozTVHUhvk6ySaGdf8Kg-bKixz0LGeFxniYfSnd7UVD9kJvh-auM

Sanford Lake Association’s 4th of July Fireworks

The Sanford Lake Association and the Sanford Area Sesquicentennial invites you to Sanford Lake Association’s 4th of July Fireworks

Where:  Community of Christ Campground, 3500 West River Road

When:   Saturday July 4th, 2020, at approximately 10 PM

This year the Sanford Lake Association will be celebrating 20 years of successful fireworks displays and we will be partnering with the Sanford Area Sesquicentennial Celebration honoring the founding of the Averill, Edenville, Hope, Olson, and Sanford Communities.  On Saturday July 4th, 2020, at approximately 10 PM, join us at the Community of Christ Campground to celebrate our nation’s freedom and the 150 years since the settlement of our Sanford Community.  Donations to defray the costs of the firework display can be made by mailing a check to the Sanford Lake Association, PO Box 212, Sanford, MI 48657, donate on line here   or by attending the “Bank for a Buck” party at the Sanford Lake Bar and Grill or by visiting our canisters at the Sanford Lake Marina, Pineview Grocery Inc, Lanny’s Restaurant, Sanford Do It Best Hardware, the Sanford American Legion Post #443, Sanford Subway, or the Sanford Whippy Dip.  Help make the Sanford Lake Association Sanford Area Sesquicentennial Fireworks the best, ever!

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