Lake Views Newsletter

        

  • Lake Views Newsletter - Summer 2016 (Volume 35, Issue 2)
    • Park Programs
    • Water Quality Test Results Available
    • Capital Improvements
    • MWCD Development Advisory Committee
    • 1,000 Seedlings Planted
    • Piedmont Marina Award
    • Meet the Newest Addition to the MWCD Team
    • The Great Camper Giveaway
    • Fishing for Feedback
  • Lake Views Newsletter - Fall 2015 (Volume 34, Issue 3)
    • Atwood Trail
    • We Have a Winner
    • Weather Ready Nation
    • New Member of the Board of Directors
    • Sign up for MWCD Emergency Notification
    • Capital Improvement Plan Moving Ahead
    • The Dredge is on the Loose
    • FFA Camp Celebrates New Facility
    • Be Patient with Growing Pains
    • An Exemplary Ranger

 

 

 

  • Lake Views Newsletter - Fall 2014 (Volume 33, Issue 1)
    • Utica Shale benefits public through MWCD
    • Truck traffic reduced from MWCD water supply policy
    • From the desk of the Executive Director: What if we don’t?
    • MWCD shows patriotic support
    • MWCD Board cuts assessments in half
    • Future of MWCD facilities very bright
    • MWCD parks now offer online reservations
    • Water quality testing of MWCD lakes now in 4th decade
    • MWCD to monitor water data through gaging system
    • Tappan site of first location for MWCD dredging program
    • MWCD parks have individual websites up and running
    • Messerly Recreation Center opens at Charles Mill
    • Details being developed for revolving loan fund
    • Maupin appointed to MWCD Board of Directors

  • Lake Views Newsletter - Summer 2013 (Volume 32, Issue 1)
    • 1913 back in focus
    • Limbach appointed to new Board term
    • Board sets goals for 2013
    • MWCD to develop plan for assessment reduction
    • Dock Watch program seeks to protect boats, items
    • MWCD parks' master plan nearly done
    • Atwood Lake Boats celebrates 50th anniversary
    • 'Fishing For Feedback' at MWCD facilities

  • Lake Views Newsletter - Spring 2011 (Volume 30, Issue 1)
    • 'Ambitious' offseason
    • Tires, other debris pulled from lakes
    • Taking back the shoreline
    • Let the (summer) fun begin!
    • 'Partners' grants to assist projects
    • Duck Creek flood warning system OK'd
    • Charles Mill public meeting set
    • 'Butch Heavilin' dog park opens at Atwood Lake

 

  • Lake Views Newsletter - Summer 2010 (Volume 29, Issue 2
    • Meeting system's needs
    • Setting the course for the present, future by enancting MWCD Plan
    • MWCD Official Plan, amendments are building blocks for the future
    • 2009 - Getting under way
    • 2010 - Staying on course
    • Federal government sets focus on Muskingum Watershed dams
    • Ohio University to aid MWCD in dredge plan
    • Seeking ties to the past

 

  • Lake Views Newsletter - Spring 2010 (Volume 29, Issue 1)
    • MWCD survey says?
    • In memory of ... Raymond Eichel and Richard Eschbaugh
    • 'Alive' at Atwood in June
    • Options sought for Lodge
    • Golf cart policy takes effect
    • Horse camp offers space
    • MWCD to manage Piedmont Marina
    • Camping, docking rates 'frozen'

 

  • Lake Views Newsletter - Fall 2009 (Volume 28, Issue 3)
    • MWCD begins projects in watershed
    • Inside the MWCD Plan - By Boris Slogar
    • Work to begin at Dover Dam in 2010
    • Relief on way to 30 Carroll County homeowners
    • MWCD partners with the City of Canton
    • Shoreline issues to be reviewed
    • Project at Piedmont involves MWCD, ODNR
    • Credits program drawng praise
    • Partners in Watershed Management Project Assistance Program
    • New member of MWCD Board of Directors
    • Horsepower limits at Clendening, Piedmont to stay at 10 hp

 

  • Lake Views Newsletter - Summer 2009 (Volume 28, Issue 2)
    • Healed eagle gains release at Piedmont
    • Alive at Atwood - Popular event on way in 2010
    • Updates at Seneca, Tappan
    • Lakes made for summer and families
    • MWCD Park Events
    • Did you know? All about eagles in the U.S.
    • Fund set to develop dog park
    • Marina offers session for women boaters