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At the May meeting of the LWIPA Board, Dick Barrickman was elected as President of LWIPA. Bill Reese was elected as Vice-President. Past President Ann Gordon will continue as a member of the Board.

Bob Wierman and Barb McNaughton-Bernhardt will continue as Co-Treasurers and Mark Gunderman will continue as Secretary.

Come to the Annual Picnic and meet these leaders of the Lake Association. 

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WE DID IT!  The WI DNR challenged Lake Wissota to commit to 20 more Healthy Lake projects to bring the grant amount up to the max of $25,000 from the modest 5 projects worth $5,000 that we were awarded a Surface Water grant for this year.  Lake Wissota residents from all parts of the lake responded!  In fact, the interest in the Healthy Lakes projects and grants available was greater than the grant monies that were available. Thank you to all who responded to the challenge. 

We now have commitments to create 7 more diversions practices, 3 more rain gardens, 4 rock infiltration pits and 6 more native lakeshore plantings. Each of these projects when completed in the next 2 years will be reimbursed up to $1,000. All these practices will keep the water on the land and help improve the water quality and natural beauty of Lake Wissota. 

Our next challenge will be to have the most Healthy Lakes projects of any Wisconsin lake as the LWIPA continues to promote Healthy Lakes practices and apply for future grants. The next deadline to apply for a Healthy Lakes grant is August 15th so that we can submit the 2022 grant application by the September 1 deadline.  Check out the Healthy Lakes link to learn more and contact Barb Barrickman at babarrickman@gmail.com if you are interested.      



  

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March 26, 2020 Letter

Dear LWIPA Member and/or Lake Wissota Area Resident,

We hope that you are doing well. These past few weeks have been a challenge for everyone and like you, the Lake Association is adjusting to the circumstances. The spring/summer newsletter was mailed recently, and we wanted to update you about several events that were mentioned in the newsletter....


WEAU video of rescue training at Ray's Beach

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DNR Reimbursements for Shoreline Improvements

Click Here for  Specifics

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What to do if someone falls through the ice - Article


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New Docks Installed at the Lafayette Boat Landing

 

In a joint project with the town of Lafayette the Lake Wissota Lions installed new docks to alleviate congestion at the Lafayette boat ramp on busy days. Click for WEAU video and here for a Chippewa Herald article.



Strategic Plan



Click on the image above to view the 2017 Strategic Plan
presented at the Annual Meeting on April 12, 2017

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