All informational sessions begin at 5 p.m. and will be held virtually. A recording and the presentation slides will be posted on the FLTF website after. Registration links will be shared in the coming days.
Wednesday, April 13 – Rain and Flood Studies -- Join us for a taped webinar and live roundtable discussion about the impact of changing weather patterns on precipitation in the area, and the FLTF response related to dam safety.
Monday, April 19 – Updated Costs and Estimated Assessments-- Because of extensive work by FLTF engineers, we have new preliminary assessment numbers to share.
Wednesday, April 28 – Instrumentation on Lakes, Streams and Tributaries-- Join this taped webinar and live panel discussion to learn about the state-of-the-art gauges and monitoring devices being installed on streams and tributaries to understand water levels and enhance community safety.
Wednesday, May 5 – Environmental & Regulatory Considerations-- This live presentation will review the many environmental and regulatory considerations for bringing back the lakes, and share FLTF work to collaborate on solutions.
Thursday, May 13 – Financial Modeling with Survey Results--This live webinar will review the most current financial models and incorporate results of the property owner survey.
Tuesday, May 25 – Meeting with Midland and Gladwin County Commissioners --This joint meeting will focus on the path forward and include a review of financial models and a discussion about affordability for property owners.
Tuesday, June 1 – Quarterly Board Meeting of Four Lakes Task Force on behalf of the Four Lakes Special Assessment District
You may submit questions for any of these meetings in writing by sending us an email. Be sure to include the name of the informational session in the subject line.