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Important Update

There is a meeting on February 6 at  4PM of the Joint Board of Commissioners at 4:00 at Grace A Dow Library in Midland do approve the Special Assessment.  Please read the information below.  We would not want the return of our water derailed. Also please contact the Board of Commissioners  ( https://gladwincounty-mi.gov/commissioners/) (There are links to email the members) to let them know that a stop  and a restart would not only delay but will increase costs.  We will be joining with Secord and the other associations to seek additional funds from the State and federal government to reduce the costs. Watch for more information.

Lake Bottom Information 

Plan for Lake Bottom

It is up to us to get ready for our water to return.  Here is what is allowed and not allowed to do. 
WE are responsibleMost important -
Do not disturb the roots in the lake bottom.

We can cut off stumps above the water line but do not disturb the roots. 
 
Read the Plan for detained information.

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Invasive species are being found on the lake bed. 

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Invsive Phragmites
Purple Loosestrife

If you find any of these two plants on your lake bed please contact Donna Hendershot and we'll get in touch with Four Lakes for assistance or directions.

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The Smallwood Lake Association is a group of concerned citizens, who are dedicated to the maintenance, safety, preservation, and beautification of that portion of the Tittabawassee River known as Smallwood Lake.

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