Lake Committees

The Board has established committees to serve the interests of the Association. If you are an Association member and would like to volunteer to serve on a committee, please contact the Board president at OMLCIA.Indiana@gmail.com

Water Quality Improvement Committee

The purpose of this committee: Conduct water quality studies, identify and recommend project ideas, apply for grants, network with conservation groups, become advocates for overall water quality improvements, provide oversight for the conservation easement, develop articles for publication, represent OMLCIA at other lake and conservation organizations, and develop long range plans.

Members: Lynn Bowen (chair), Rob Bollinger, Meredith Cameron, Dan Heller, Paul Lauver

Water Maintenance Committee

The purpose of this committee: Monitor dam regularly for overall condition and accumulated debris, respond to reports of beaver dam construction, oversee activities of goose egg oiling and goose roundup, deploy lake buoys, develop signage as needed, and develop long range plans.

Members: Fred Leiter (chair), Jeff Freiburger, Cindy Noward, Mark O'Shaughnessy, Mike Renno, Don Bell

Website and Communications Committee

The purpose of this committee: Create and manage content on the website, oversee publication of the biennial lake directory, market the Association through the website and other means, pursue website as funding tool for the Association, and develop long range plans.

Members: Joyce Phillips (chair), Paul Lauver, Bill Stanley, Dawn Passwater, Angie Gump, Donna Moran

Events and Social Committee (currently inactive)

The purpose of this committee: Identify and propose specific ideas for events and social activities for Association members, organize and carry out plans for events and social activities, and develop long range plans.

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Greening the Statehouse

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Local News NOV 24th

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