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Commissioners vote to approve SAD

A joint meeting of the Gladwin and Midland County Commissioners voted unanimously February 6th to approve the two special assessments proposed by the Four Lakes Task Force.  The public meeting was attended by hundreds of residents and became heated at times.

 

The first special assessment will fund the continuation of operations and maintenance of the dams and will begin in winter 2025 and continue through 2029.  The second special assessment will fund the capital improvements (continued construction of the dams, the cost of the appeal, loan and bond issuance costs, etc.) This assessment will be levied for 40 years.


Full details of the assessments are available at the FLTF website. Thank you to our SLA members and neighbors who came out to support the FLTF and County Commissioners.

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