The purpose of Oliver and Martin Lakes Conservation and Improvement Association, Inc., is the conservation, preservation, and improvement of Oliver and Martin Lakes and its environs. OMLCIA also serves as a holder of a conservation easement for property located on the south shore of Oliver Lake. The Association meets annually on the third Saturday in June, so that the Board may report to the Association members. The minutes of these meetings are posted by year.
The Board consists of 15 directors elected at the annual meeting for a 3-year term and may be reelected. Five directors are elected each year, thereby creating an ongoing cycle so that there is continuity to the projects and activities of the Board. The Board meets regularly May through September. The minutes of these meetings are posted by year.
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