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10/28/2014 - New and Improved Homepage

Notice anything different? We now will have a slideshow of current, seasonal photos at the top of the homepage. We encourage you to submit your photos for possible inclusion in future updates. To do so, click on the ‘Photo Galleries” tab in the left-hand column on this page and follow the instructions at the top of the page.

 

10/28/2014 - Dr. Neal Goltz Obituary

We have received news that Dr. Neil Goltz, passed away after a sort illness on September 26. Dr. Goltz was a long time Big Sand resident at Interlachen located on the eastern corner of the bay. His obituary can be found at www.inforum.com/content/dr-neill-francis-goltz.

 

10/28/2014 - One More Thing to Worry About: Pine Bark Beetles

The issue of Pine Bark Beetles was discussed at the last BSLA Annu-al Meeting. A concerned BSLA member did further research on the topic and forwarded the following information. Please click here to read more:

 

 
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PUBLIC NOTICE


This is a copy of “Public Notice Big Sand Lake Public Water Access Site”
as printed in the Park Rapids Enterprise
on  Saturday, September 28, 2013


The Parks & Trails Division of the Department of Natural Resources has obtained an option to purchase a 0.56 acre percel of land located in Section 35, Township 141 North, Range 34 West, Lake Emma Township, Hubbard County, Minnesota, owned by Polly A. Boggs, for the purpose of improving the existing public water access site in the southeast corner of Big Sand Lake. Proposed improvements would include a new and expanded bituminous parking area, a double concrete plank ramp with floating docks, stormwater retention ponds to accommodate runoff and aquatic invasive species best management practices. Provisins would be made for portable toilets. One residential structure and a detached garage are located on the site. The project would be tentatively scheduled for the 2015 construction season.


Comments will be accepted from the public concerning this proposal until 4:30 p.m. Thursday, October 31, 2013. Comments can be sent to David Schotzko, Area Supervisor, Department of Natural Resources, Parks & Trails Division, 3296 State Park Road NE, Bemidji, MN 56601 or david.schotzko@state.mn.us.


 

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