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Deadline for purchase is June 7, 2017
Available in youth through adult sizes in Unisex, Women’s and Women’s Tanks
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All proceeds from shirt sales go to K.A.B.O.O.M to help pay for our fireworks!
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The link above leads to a draft of the revised slow-no wake ordinance that would encompass Lake Riley and Lake Minnewashta. The strikethrough amounts to deleted language from existing code. The writing in red amounts to newly proposed language or relocated language to remove redundancies. Everything else is existing language to remain. LMPA members are asked to read through the changes and email their comments to Terry Jeffrey at firstname.lastname@example.org so he can share with and address them to the Chanhassen city council.
Terry Jeffery | Water Resources Coordinator
City of Chanhassen | Engineering Department
7700 Market Boulevard | Chanhassen, MN 55317
DESK 952.227.1168 | MAIN 952.227.1160
About 30 hardy souls braved the brisk October weather to attend the LMPA Annual Meeting on 10/27. We welcomed several new neighbors and got reacquainted with many friends as our board president shared a stirring presentation on the state and health of the LMPA and, more importantly, the health of Lake Minnewashta. We welcomed Terry Jeffery from the City of Chanhassen as a special speaker. Terry described what the city has been doing to reduce untreated storm water runoff into the lake, an action that we hope will reduce the clarity and algae problems we have been suffering.
In the end, we ask everyone to do your part to help us meet our mission to keep Lake Minnewashta beautiful and to preserve its water quality and prevent the spread of invasive species.
1. Use a Permitted Lake Service Provider when working on your shore
2. Don’t move a mussel from infested lakes via watercraft, toys or lifts
3. Clean Drain and Dry your boat before and after launching
4. Plant a shoreline buffer strip and use available grant money to help
5. Keep debris out of the storm drains, especially leaves
6. Register your email address by clicking HERE
7. Volunteer for a committee, neighborhood captain or the board
8. Make a tax-deductible donation by mailing a check to LMPA, PO Box 304 Excelsior, MN 55331
For a copy of the presentation, click lake-minnewashta-preservation-association-annual-meeting
This is a reminder that the Lake Minnewashta Preservation Association’s Annual Meeting is being held this Thursday, October 27th at 7PM at the Faith Lutheran Church on the corner of Minnewashta Parkway and Highway 5.
This past year has been a busy one for the LMPA, dealing with aquatic invasive species, the closing of the Minnewashta Regional Park beach due to E coli, and the discovery of zebra mussels in the lake.
Please attend the meeting so we can update you on everything the LMPA has been doing on your behalf to help preserve the quality of the lake. There will also be ideas and discussions about what you as homeowners can do to help maintain and improve the quality of the lake.
Light refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Helen Gunther at email@example.com. We hope to see many of you there this Thursday evening.
The Tanadoona Volunteer Day had to be rescheduled due to rainy weather. The new date is Saturday, October 22nd. More details including registration info can be found on their website: Click Here
Here’s a recent message from Todd Hoffman, the City of Chanhassen’s Park and Recreation Director
To Members of the Chanhassen Community:
We value your contributions to the City of Chanhassen, and we’d like to specifically ask for your input on the future of the city’s parks and recreation. Chanhassen is in the process of developing its Parks and Recreation System Plan; a long-range (10-25 years) vision and guide for investment in parks, recreation, natural areas, and trails. To ensure our plan includes actions that meet present and future community needs, we need to hear from you! There will be multiple in-person and online opportunities to share your thoughts throughout this year-long process. We want to hear from YOU! Help us by taking our three surveys below to give us your input regarding issues, opportunities, desires, and values for the future of Chanhassen’s park and recreation system. For more information and to access the surveys, Click Here
Please Take Our Surveys Below:
General Parks and Recreation Questionnaire: Click here to take this survey
Recreation Center Questionnaire: Click here to take this survey
Senior Center Questionnaire: Click here to take this survey
Social Pinpoint Map
Use this interactive website to explore a map of the city’s parks and trails and to provide comments on specific locations in the city where there are missing facilities, trail gaps, or things you really like.
Social Pinpoint Map: Click here to access the Social Pinpoint map