Lake Restoration Committee

March 3, 2021

LakeRestoration Update 03/03/21

Dear Lake Friends: Several have asked about the volume of the SisBio diffusers… Here is their response: Each RADOR diffuser operates at 5 CFM—cubic feet per minute.  That translates into 2244 gallons per hour.   Take that times 24 hours x 50 diffusers = 2,692,800 gallons per day!  Today is the […]
February 27, 2021

Lake Restoration Committee: Donations Update (2/27/21)

Thank you to the families who have made a gift or pledge toward the Lake Restoration project.  We appreciate their support and generosity.  Our new organization has been formalized as the Lake Preservation Fund—future checks should be made to this account— P O BOX 800, Cuba, Mo 6453. So far […]
February 22, 2021

Lake Restoration Committee News

The Board of Directors two years ago asked for volunteers to serve on a Lake Renovation Committee to assess the overall condition of the lake and make any suggestions if remedies were needed.  Several people volunteered and were joined by several board members.  The results of their approximate two-year study, costs, […]
April 27, 2020

Lake Restoration Committee Update #4

The following information was prepared by the ILPOA Lake Restoration Committee. Any questions you have can be emailed to LakeRestore@ilpoa.org. Fellow members, By now, hopefully, you have had the opportunity to review the two previous informational videos explaining the situation we are facing with our lake’s health. The video link […]
March 8, 2020

Lake Restoration Committee Update #3 (3/8/20)

By now, hopefully you have had the opportunity to review the previous 2 informational videos explaining the situation we are facing with our lake’s health. The informational video included with this communication provides information on what needs to be considered when selecting a company to provide a solution. The Lake […]
March 4, 2020

Lake Restoration Committee Update 03/04/20

If you haven’t taken the time to review the first video, please go to the previous communication and review the information provided. This second video covers various solutions attempted at other lake communities – as well as ours – to address the negative effects of eutrophication and why they fail […]
February 20, 2020

Lake Restoration Committee Update (2/20/20)

The Lake Restoration Committee is made up of ILPOA Members. The purpose of the committee is to investigate, research, evaluate solutions and make recommendations regarding the long-term health of Indian Lake. After a full review of the strategy, approach and Communication & Education plan presented to the BOD, the Lake […]