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Carlos – Le Homme Dieu The LCAA Board spent the winter working to complete the long overdue channel dredging of the Carlos/Le Homme Dieu channel. Challenges with buried utilities, including the ALASD sewer line, electrical power lines, and gas lines … Continue reading
Channel dredging is set for the end of November. By waiting until late fall, we avoid issues hauling away and transporting sand that may be impacted by zebra mussels. We also avoid boat traffic in the off-season. LCAA is joined … Continue reading
In addition to publishing a newsletter, your lake association: Monitors, tests, and reports on water quality, Works with the DNR to maintain and stock our Lake Carlos fish population, Works with the Douglas County Department of Land and Resource Management … Continue reading
LAKE CARLOS AREA ASSOCIATION – REVIEW OF ANNUAL MEETING OF JUNE 23, 2016 (download in Word) Call to Order The 2016 annual meeting was held on June 23, 2016, at the Phoenix Event Center. The meeting was called to order … Continue reading
Please don’t burn leaves or clippings near the lakeshore or on the beach. Stay at least 30 feet from the lakeshore when fertilizing.
Many lake residents plan shoreland or bank projects this time of the year. Before you begin your project, contact the County Land and Resource Management office (762-3863) to ensure that your project is in compliance with county regulations.
One of the joys of living on the lake is to be able to walk down to the dock or lakeshore at night and look at the stars, even in the winter. The serenity of lake life can be ruined … Continue reading
If closing your cabin for the season, take the following precautions: Drain and shut off all pipes to outside faucets. If heated, leave inside faucets dripping and cabinets open to expose plumbing to warmer air. Take all high-valued items, such … Continue reading
All children under twelve (12) years old must wear a life jacket (Personal Flotation Device – PFD). Boats with enclosed fuel or engine compartments must carry a fire extinguisher. Boats must carry a “wearable” personal floatation device for each occupant. … Continue reading