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In July, BCDC submitted a response to a two-part correction request received from EGLE and DNR for the permit application that includes Upper Crooked Lake floodwater pumping and Cloverdale Lake and Long Lake outlet improvements. On August 24th, EGLE sent correspondence to BCDC requesting additional information, primarily related to the Delton Marsh and impacts to … Continue reading WATSON AND CLOVERDALE DRAINS UPDATE
The project team submitted an EGLE permit for a temporary drawdown of Pine Lake on August 13, 2020.
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Survey, Engineering, and Monitoring Activities: Survey of properties, including finished floor (FF) elevations, around the Lake was completed to identify flood-prone structures. This information will be utilized to determine feasible outlet elevations for the Pine Lake Control Structure.Groundwater monitoring wells have been measured on a weekly basis to determine baseline groundwater elevations in the vicinity … Continue reading PINE LAKE UPDATE
A second pump was installed north of Delton Road on May 5th and began operating on May 12th. The second pump will increase the rate of withdrawal from Upper Crooked Lake and discharge to the Delton Road Infiltration Basin. EGLE conducted a virtual public hearing on May 21st to receive public feedback regarding the permit application submitted … Continue reading JUNE UPDATES
Watson Drain Seasonal limitations on water level alternations for the Delton Road Infiltration Basin were lifted on April 8th. The lifting of restrictions will allow for a higher rate of floodwater to be pumped off Upper Crooked Lake to the Basin. Water level alterations are typically restricted until the end of April. A special thanks … Continue reading APRIL UPDATES
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A copy of the Pine Lake presentation is linked here for anyone who'd like to review or didn't get a chance to attend the meeting.
State, federal, and local officials pledged today at the first Michigan High Water Coordinating Summit to collaborate closely and share resources in responding to public health and safety challenges created by Michigan’s near-record high water levels... Read more via EGLE.