New design! Tell your friends and neighbors!
Deadline to order is June 8, 2016
Unisex t-shirts and hooded sweatshirts, ladies’ v-neck and juniors’ racerback tank styles and sizes available.
View the new design and product options and place your order at https://www.booster.com/lakeminnewashta
All proceeds from shirt sales go to K.A.B.O.O.M to pay for the resident-funded fireworks on July 4th!
Watch this space for more information about Lake Minnewashta’s July 4th celebration!
Camp Fire Minnesota is looking to fill a Facilities Manager Position.
This position is responsible for planning and coordinating the development, maintenance, and repair of Camp Fire’s buildings, grounds, equipment, and other facilities consistent with the mission and established policies and procedures of Camp Fire MN. Camp Fire’s facilities include an administrative office, a camp property in Chanhassen, and a camp property near Grand Rapids, MN. Responsibilities also include planning and managing volunteer groups (may include corporate, community and/or youth groups) at Camp Fire’s camp properties.
Salary and Benefits:
• Salary range $40,000 ‐$45,000 dependent on qualifications and experience
• Full‐time employee
• Competitive benefits package
Send cover letter, resume, an example of a facility maintenance plan and three references to Human Resources: email@example.com. Position will remain open until filled.
Attached is the full Position Description.
Facilities Manager April 2016
2016 SCHEDULE FOR LAKE MINNEWASHTA WATERCRAFT INSPECTION SERVICES ANNOUNCED
All watercraft entering Lake Minnewashta through the Regional Park will be subject to inspection in order to prevent the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species into the lake. Inspections will begin May 14 (fishing opener) and run from 5am-8pm 7 days/week through the end of September.
There will also be an extended service, as staff allows, through Oct 31; 7am-6pm Fri-Sun.
Total base season plus extended season inspection hours are 2,342. The county and Minnehaha Creek Watershed District (MCWD) have a 50/50 cost share agreement very similar to last year.
Estimated Grand Total cost of program: $35,184.47
MCWD share (50% of total program expense): $17.592.18
County share (50% of the total program expense): $17,592.18
Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator
Carver County Water Management Dept.
Phone: (952) 361-1871
Cell: (612) 418-4299
Fax: (952) 361-1828
NOTE FROM THE LMPA: All lake users, including homeowners and lake association members who trailer their boats and toys, are strongly encouraged to launch your watercraft into the lake ONLY through the Regional Park. This is to ensure that you are not bringing invasive species into the lake. After removing your craft from the water, remember to Clean, Drain and Dry it and remove your drain plug before transporting it.
Earth Day Celebration This Saturday, April 23rd at Lake Minnewashta Regional Park
9 am – 11:30 am
Lake Minnewashta Regional Park (Shelter #5)
6900 Hazeltine Blvd, Chanhassen, MN 55331
Carver County Parks & Master Gardeners invite you and your family to attend the annual Earth Day Celebration at Lake Minnewashta Regional Park from 9-11:30am on April 23rd. No registration or parking permit required, FREE event! (If bringing a large group, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Volunteers will help clean-up trails, pull buckthorn and remove invasive thistle from our oak savanna habitat. Following the service projects, Mackenthun’s Grocery is sponsoring a FREE COOKOUT to celebrate the great work everyone has done!
Master Gardeners will assist with identification of invasive plants and provide information about the issues that invasive species create in an ecosystem.
A decontamination unit to combat aquatic invasive species (AIS) is available at Lake Waconia’s Northeast public access.
Those who have been turned away from a public accesses because an aquatic invasive species (AIS) was found in their watercraft can use this decontamination unit to clean their boat or equipment. It’s a voluntary process but according to state law, watercraft found with AIS must be decontaminated before launching. The decontamination process depends on the type of AIS found and the type of boat. It generally involves spraying the watercraft with hot water to remove attached AIS, and possibly flushing the outside and inside of the boat.
The unit will be available during the 2016 season Mondays through Thursdays from 4:00pm to 7:00pm and Fridays through Sundays from 6:00am to 7:00pm.
Visit this page for a VIDEO on how decontamination units work.