JULY 2013 NEWS FOR OLIVER AND MARTIN LAKES
Election of Officers
Congratulations to the OMLCIA officers who were elected at the July OMLCIA Board Meeting. They will serve until July 2014.
President: Lynn Bowen
Vice President: Rob Bollinger
Secretary: Dan Heller
Treasurer: Mike Renno
After serving on the OMLCIA Board for 23 years, Donna Moran shared her plans to retire at the July Board meeting. During these 23 years, Donna has actively served in many ways, including five years as President. When you see Donna, please express your gratitude for her service. With Donna's leadership, the Association has actively pursued and been awarded LARE grants for diagnostic studies of our lakes.
New Board Member
The Board welcomes Paul Lauver as a Director for Section D. His term expires June 2015.
Light Up the Boats
The weather played havoc with the parade once again! Let's hope for better weather in August. The next parade is planned for August 31at 9:00 PM at the entrance to Olin Lake. Yes, that's Labor Day weekend. Is it possible that summer days are coming to a close!
Be sure to check out the classified section of the website. We have items for sale, a wedding, as well as something lost.
Former Lambright Farm
On July 19, the LaGrange News reported that Stanley Levco, the special prosecutor appointed by Judge George Brown, filed his report. In January, Judge Brown appointed Stanley Levco to review the State Board of Accounts 2010 audit of LaGrange County. In this audit, the SBA raised questions about the handling of the transactions dealing with the former Lambright farm. Mr. Levco "...concluded that the evidence does not support the filing of criminal charges and that this investigation should be concluded with the result that no charges should be filed."
Question from a lake resident
"My parents spend the summer at our cottage on Oliver and would like to join a card playing group-bridge, pinochle, etc. Any openings or suggestions?" Contact Kristin Floyd at 260-750-4570.
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