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Mark your calendar with these dates and look forward to an exciting year! Please plan to attend. Public and Guests are encouraged! Meetings are held at the County Office building on Expo Drive unless noted elsewhere.
Manitowoc County Office Complex, Room 300
4319 Expo Drive, Manitowoc
Meetings are at 6:30pm
2018 Meetings & Speakers:
Next Meeting Date: TBA
Thursday, September 20, 2018
This month’s program featured Pete Tarnowski, Senior Planner Manitowoc County Planning & Zoning Department and Reed Gaedtke, Code Administrator. They delivered a presentation on 2016 changes to the Manitowoc County Shoreland Zoning Ordinance with specific requirements on impervious surfaces, non-conforming structures, and mitigation and discussed some planned upgrades to the county lake accesses.
If you live within 1000 ft. of a lake or 300 ft. from a stream you are subject to Shoreland Zoning and County or Town zoning. This presentation will help you better understand the conditions that apply to your property. Shoreland Zoning is also intended to protect water bodies’ water quality and shoreline from development. The public should know if these legislative changes are protecting your public waters.
Location change: Meat’s in St. Nazianz on County Hwy A. The meeting location was moved from the Manitowoc County Office Complex to encourage more lake residents and members of the public to attend. MCLA business meeting followed.
Thursday, July 19, 2018 | View meeting minutes from 07-19-18
Presented by Guest Speakers:
Scott Gunderson, Manitowoc County UW Extension Agriculture Agent
Jerry Halverson, Manitowoc County Soil & Water Conservation Dept. Director
61% of Manitowoc County land base is used to produce agriculture products. Manitowoc County has many beautiful lakes used for recreation and for fish and wildlife habitat. What is being done to improve and protect our natural resources, including lakes, and what can be done in the future as agriculture continues to grow and prosper in the county? The MCLA regular business meeting followed the presentation.
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing’s going to get better, it’s not!”
~~~ Dr. Seuss~~~
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May 17, 2018 | View meeting minutes from 05-17-18
DNR fish Manager Steve Hogler presented the results of Fish surveys conducted last year on Bullhead and Long Lake. Steve discussed surveys planned for this year and answered questions regarding fish management in on County Lakes.
March 22, 2018 | View meeting minutes from 03-22-18
6:30pm. Manitowoc County Office Building. 4319 Expo Dr., Rm 300.
ERIC SITKIEWITZ, a Manitowoc alderman, challenges Manitowoc County Executive BOB ZIEGELBAUER for the county executive seat in the spring 2018 election.
The Manitowoc County Executive arguably has the highest ability to affect the conditions and quality of the area’s waters. On March 22, candidates for the Manitowoc County Executive position will conduct a listening session, answer questions, and state their respective qualifications for that position. Each will focus on proposals that would support the Manitowoc County Lakes Association mission, to protect and enhance the quality of area lakes and watersheds. This is a great opportunity to meet and to take your measure of the projected policies of these two individuals. Public invited and encouraged to attend. No registration.
Regular MCLA business to follow.
Jan 25, 2018 | View meeting minutes 01-25-18.pdf
Ice Fishing Manitowoc County Lakes will be featured at the Manitowoc County Lakes Association’s January 25th meeting, Thursday, starting at 6:30 in the County Offices Complex located at 4319 Expo Drive, Manitowoc.
Clint Ward will discuss the latest trend in technology and ice fishing methods that has occurred in recent years. A life long resident of Manitowoc County and avid fisherman he will discuss ice fishing opportunities on area lakes.
The Public is more than welcome to attend this and future MCLA events working to protect and enhance the quality of area lakes and watersheds for the benefit of all and quality of life in our community.
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