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To view the most recent Lake Level Reports, click on the “Reports” page.
The OLMD has a 1986 Ford Dump Truck for sale:
• Single Axle, 9-speed dump truck with 280,005 miles including new front tires, new radiator, new injection
pump, new front springs and a Cummings engine.
• Has rebuilt ram tor the dump box and also has a box in very good condition on it.
• Never been used for plowing and stored inside for winters!
• Asking $10,000 OBO. Please call 262-966-0286 and leave a message.
Did you hear? Waukesha County AIS is hosting its third Snapshot Day event on August 5! They are looking for volunteers to join them at sites around the county to get a “snapshot” of the aquatic life in our rivers and streams. Snapshot Day includes partnerships with UW Extension’s Citizen Lake Monitoring Network, Wisconsin DNR, and River Alliance of Wisconsin, and 22 other organizations statewide. Come out and learn more about what lives in your local stream, and help the AIS team monitor invasive species. A training session will be held on that day at the Oconomowoc Community Center to kick-off the event! Please view the newsletter for further information! Each newsletter is available to you by visiting the Waukesha County AIS webpage at www.waukeshacounty.gov/AIS.
In recent weeks, Okauchee Lake residents have reported items being removed from their shoreline, boat lifts and boats without permission. Consider taking items of value off your boat, lift and shoreline to prevent thefts from happening. Please be aware and if you see something, say something! Call “911” or the Town Police if you see theft occurring in your area.
Please review the Barging Policy on the “Reports” page of this website to ensure your lake weeds can be collected. Plants must be free of any trash, such as dead fish, cans, tree limbs, sticks, leaves, etc., because the farmers who receive the material will not accept anything but plants. Also, the cutting crew is working hard to address the “hot spots” of the lake first and then will continue cutting the normal rotation of the lake.