State of the Lake
Thanks to those that attended our annual meeting on Monday night. It was great to get together with neighbors again in person and spend the evening together. For those of you unable to attend or who may still be avoiding large gatherings, below is a summary of key topics. The slides from the meeting are also attached for reference. Please feel free to reach out with any questions or comments.
As a reminder, we are committed to a “neighborhood watch” of the boat ramp inspection. Please alert the LRIA officers via the website (www.lakeriley.org) or email me (email@example.com) if you observe the boat ramp not being staffed or operating properly during these hours.
www.lakepledge.com. Every person who identifies as being from Lake Riley helps improve our stats on the site, which helps demonstrate lakeshore owner vigilance to prevent AIS and reinforces the value of the investment from the City of EP and the Watershed to fund the boat launch inspection program. Please invest 15 minutes to go on the website and “take the pledge”.
Sergeant Neil Kuhnau
Office of the Sheriff of Carver County
Conservation Officer Alexander Birdsall
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
See you on the lake.
Update from the President
The last few leaves are dropping off the trees and the nights are starting to dip down below freezing. The winter lake ice season is hopefully not too far off. This quieter time right before holiday activities kick in is a good opportunity to provide some updates on what is happening with the Lake Riley Improvement Association.