MINUTES OF THE TOWN OF NEWBOLD LAKES COMMITTEETUESDAY, JUNE 21, 2011 Newbold Town Hall, Highway 47, North, Rhinelander, WI 54501The meeting was called to order at 5:30 pm.The following lakes and their representatives were present: Two Sisters Lake (Paul Kuhnand Bill Jaeger), Lake Mildred (Connie Muckelberg), Pickerel Lake (Jeff Ewald),Flannery/Velvet Lakes (Dale Larson and J.R. Bartelt) and Tom Doyle Lake (TimThuemling and Karyl Rosenberg).Tim Thuemling moved and Paul Kuhn seconded the approval of the minutes of the May3, 2011 meeting. Motion carried on a voice vote.Paul Kuhn moved and J.R. Bartelt seconded the approval of the minutes of the May 9,2011 meeting. Motion carried on a voice vote.The following lake reports were given:
is busy planning for their annual association social event on July22. J.R. and Dale invited any interested committee members to attend.
is experiencing an algae bloom.
Tom Doyle Lake
had its membership meeting on 5/28 and on June 11, celebrated its 6
anniversary at the Fireside Supper Club with a special recognition of 51 volunteer families on the lake. Each was awarded a certificate of appreciation for their hard work on behalf of the association. July 4 is the annual boat parade on the lake. The propertyowners association is also very involved in monitoring the lake for water clarity, and AISmonitoring. Tom Doyle Lake recently initiated a Neighborhood Watch program on thelake.
Two Sisters Lake
is planning and anticipating its annual sailboat regatta on July 2 at 1 pm as well as its boat parade on the same day at 6:30 pm. Other upcoming dates for theassociation are its Annual Meeting (July 2, 9 am at the McNaughton Pub) and the LakeManagement Planning Meeting (July 9, 9 am at the McNaughton Pub). The associationis deeply involved in water monitoring, both chemical and visual. They also supportthree paid individuals to monitor the boat launch. Member/volunteers perform twolakeshore inspections per year. The association recently published its Spring newsletter.
held its kickoff meeting for its Lake Management Plan on Saturday, June18. They, too, hold an annual regatta on Lake Mildred. This year’s will be held on July2. The Lake Mildred boat landing is manned each weekend with a paid employee. Thelake is also experiencing an algae bloom. Volunteers are assigned islands on the lake asIsland Stewards, responsible for monitoring signs of misuse and/or change in the island’s