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The Long Lake Governmental Lake Board was established under Part 309 (Inland Lake Improvements) of Michigan’s Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act. In accordance with the act, the Long Lake Governmental Lake Board includes a lakefront property owner, a representative from each local unit of government abutting Long Lake, the county drain commissioner (or designee) and a county commissioner.
At a public hearing held on July 14, 2021, the Long Lake Governmental Lake Board approved a new five-year lake improvement program that includes aquatic plant control, aquatic plant control oversight/coordination, information and education, and hydro-acoustic bathymetric mapping of the lake bottom. The program will begin in 2022 and will continue through 2026. Program activities in Long Lake are coordinated under the direction of the lake board’s environmental consultant, Progressive AE.
On Wednesday, August 11, 2021 at 7 pm, the Long Lake Governmental Lake Board will be holding a public hearing on the assessment roll at Pavilion Township Hall, 7510 E. Q Ave., Scotts, MI 49088. If you wish to challenge your individual assessment, please plan on attending this public hearing. You may also challenge your assessment in writing directed to Mr. John Speeter at the above-referenced address or email to .
Long Lake Governmental Lake Board
John Speeter, Chair
Lake Resident Representative
City of Portage Representative
Kalamazoo County Commissioner
Kalamazoo County Drain Commissioner
Pavilion Township Trustee
The Long Lake Governmental Lake Board is separate from, but works with, the Long Lake Association. Click here or on the image above to visit their website.
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