Weed Control District
LAKE BOARD MEMBERS
Chairman - Jeff VanBelle (Cass Co Drain Comm.)
Treasurer - Jim Rubino (Pokagon Twp Rep)
Secretary - Ryan Laylin (Cass Co Comm.)
Silver Creek Twp Rep - Mick Braman (trustee)
Indian Lake Rep - Angelo Ippolito
BOARD MEMBERS - ILIA
Tim Hull - Chairman
Keith Anderson - Vice Chair
Tom Carlson - Treasurer
Donna Fuson - Secretary
Indian Lake Improvement Association Inc. 2019 Meeting Dates at Indian Lake Fire House: Regular meeting Saturday, June 15, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. and Annual meeting Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. Board of Directors will meet at 8:30 a.m. Please plan to attend.
Click here to view the Indian Lake Improvement Association Website.
ILIA is responsible for notifying the township in writing of any changes in board members within 10 days.
2020 Aquatic Vegetation Control Plan, click here
2018 Aquatic Vegetation Control Plan, click here
2016 Indian Lake Weed Control Plan: Where we are and What's Next presentation, click here
South Basin - Pre and Post Aeration Data 2015 - Click here
Lake Boards (NR-EPA Public Act 451) - Lake weed projects can also be addressed by a Lake Board (PA 451), click here for the FAQ on lake boards! Lake boards were designed for when a lake is located in more than one municipality to reduce the need for duplicate public hearings and provide a standardized approach to lake treatment. Lake boards are efficient because they bring more expertise to the table and can focus solely on the health and treatment of the lake. Meetings are open to the public and a riparian landowner from the lake is on the lake board. The lake board can retain their own attorney. Lake board members can be paid to attend meetings but often the interest and concern for the lake is enough. Lake boards do NOT replace the need or role of the lake association, they replace the role of the township board with members with more expertise and the sole focus of every meeting is the health of the lake!
- motion but no second at meeting
Petitions were last done in 2006.
Oct 9, 2019 7pm - SAD Hearing, click here for details
Trends in the Efficacy of Inversion Oxygenation Aeration and Bioaugmentation as a Treatment for Aquatic Vegetation Growth - Click here to view.
How to save a lake: Aeration system installed to clear up Highland waters - Click here