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AIS Treatment Notifications Mailed

Published on 6/10/2019

Important Update from RLPOA Board - 2019 AIS Treatment!  


Hello!  This notice is being sent to property owners whose lake property is near areas where we'll be chemically treating milfoil.  

This is formal notification that the Round Lake Property Owners Association (RLPOA) has been issued chemical aquatic plant control permits by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to treat Eurasian water milfoil in Round and Little Round Lakes in Sawyer County, WI.

The treatments are planned to occur between June 17 and July 1, 2019. The actual treatment day is determined by the chemical treatment provider and is based on several factors. The primary factors are water temperature, observation of actively growing plants, and weather conditions. On the day of treatment notification signs will be placed on the shoreline adjacent to areas that will be treated.

The primary locations for treatment in Round Lake are the eastern half of Richardson Bay and the south shore of Musky Bay near the entrance to Mud Bay. Locations of treatment for Little Round lake are along the shoreline of County Road B, the east shoreline from the County B bridge to the end of the point accessed by Valien Road, and locations in the south west corner adjacent to the Native American reservation property.

To view the permits and other treatment information please see the documents posted on the RLPOA website, Once at the website, click on the menu icon in the upper left corner of the home page, select the AIS tab, and then AIS Documents.

Lastly, this is a reminder that if you have not paid the RLPOA membership dues ($35/year), please do so at this time. This can be done online at the website or fill out the form attached to the spring newsletter and mail it to the association. In addition, please consider making a donation to the Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) fund. The association is spending approximately $50,000 on AIS related activities this year and your financial support is needed.


Daniel Kollodge
RLPOA President


Invest in your lake property today by becoming a RLPOA member and donating to AIS!