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Cedar Lake

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Several of the current The Cedar Lake Improvement District board members are ready to
step down after serving one or several terms and we need your help.

Board membership can be very rewarding and does not require a huge time commitment.
Our charge is to monitor and improve the quality of the lake for all those who use and enjoy
it and you can play a pivotal role.

Over the past several years the board has worked hard to develop strong working
relationships with the Scott County Watershed Management Organization and the DNR. As
a result, we have sound plans and budgets in place to manage Curlyleaf Pondweed and
Carp, both of which negatively impact lake quality and clarity.

Now is your chance to step up and ensure these plans run smoothly and build upon them
for the future.

The current board consists of seven volunteer members and all are property owners within
CLID boundaries. Each board member serves a 3-year term and can serve up to four
consecutive terms if elected at the annual meeting. Board members do not receive any
salary or compensation for services performed.

The board meets approximately 8 times annually on the first Mondays of a month at the
New Prague Public Library (no meetings in June, July or August.) All meetings of the board
are open to any district property owner to attend. The date of the next meeting is published
at the end of the latest board's minutes which are posted on this website. The board holds
an annual meeting in April for Cedar Lake District property owners.

Volunteers to replace outgoing board members as their terms expire are necessary. If you
have questions or are interested in serving contact any board member for more information.