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Four Lakes Task Force News Flash

Information and progress for bringing back our lakes.

December 7, 2020

Bankruptcy Court Ruling Enables Condemnation to Proceed
Operations Transition Team Ready to Go

The Boyce-FLTF settlement motion with both parties agreeing on the terms of condemnation was granted in bankruptcy court.

“Gladwin and Midland Counties made a brave decision after May 19, 2020, under their authority to take the Boyce properties,” said Dave Kepler, FLTF chair. “This is an important step for our lake communities to gain control of our future. We have a lot of work ahead of us as we take over operations, recover, and develop an affordable path forward to rebuild our lakes but with the community’s support, we are ready for the task.”

An Operations Transition Team will manage the safe transfer of assets of the Secord, Smallwood, Edenville and Sanford dams from Boyce Hydro to FLTF. The transfer of property is expected within the next few weeks.

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December 17
Q4 Meeting on Behalf of the Four Lakes Special Assessment District

The public is invited to attend the fourth quarterly meeting of the Four Lakes Task Force to hear updates on progress and submit questions.

Make Sure Your Voice Is Heard!

Public Sector Consultants (PSC) will conduct an expansive community survey of all property owners in January/February 2021 to understand residents’ views of the assessment. Make sure your opinions are included! Update or change your mailing address in time for the survey by contacting your county treasurer or township assessor. 

Gladwin County Treasurer          Midland County Treasurer

Four Lakes Task Force

233 Larkin Street, Midland, MI 48640

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