…The petition for the establishment of the Carman Bay Lake Improvement District has been signed by 82 of the 113 property owners on Carman Bay and all signatures have been certified have been certified by Interim City Administrator, Doug Reeder.
“This has been a long a process,” Carman Bay resident Steve Nielsen said while presenting information to the Council.
The main focus of the Lake Improvement District will be to cut down and keep aquatic invasive species, such as Eurasian Milfoil out of Carman Bay, using funds gained through a tax levy for residents who live on Carman Bay and any additional grants that may be received.
The estimated annual cost of the improvement actions in the bay is $20,000 to $30,000.
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