Formation of Lake District
In 2016, it became apparent to the BDLIA Board of Directors that the association did not have the capacity, either structurally or financially, to adequately address the needs of the Lake. The state recognized in 1974 that if Wisconsin lakes were to be able to address their needs, they needed to form a special purpose unit of government, a lake district. A lake district has the power to levy taxes and/or fees and is managed by commissioners elected by lake property owners and is accountable to them.
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Native Plantings is one of five projects in the Healthy Lakes Initiative. For more information on grant opportunities see the Lake Management tab.