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Summary ow WCA 2018 Results

Posted on: January 21, 2019  |  

Here is a list of the WCA accomplishments for 2018

Water Level Management

• Tabled Preliminary Design report on MI’s analysis of control structure design at Falcon Lake

• Initiated request to dredge channels at Nutimik and Caddy

• Dredged the boathouse channels at McKenzie Beach and Falcon Lake (last done 30+ years ago!)

• Removed the beaver lodge at Dorothy Lake

Service and Lease Fees

• Negotiated an extension on the lease fee freeze and continue to work with the Parks on a mutual/fair solution for all parties

Relationship Building

• Initiated semi-annual discussions with Manitoba Infrastructure and the Parks to discuss cottage owner concerns

• Recruited other Provincial Park Cottage Owner Associations supporting the fundamental principles of transparency, fairness and partnership with Manitoba Parks and, thus coordinated the establishment of the Manitoba Provincial Park Cabin Owners Association (MPPCOA) which presently represents over 75% of cottage owners in Manitoba Provincial Parks and is recognized by Parks as the major unified voice representing Manitoba cottage owners on common issues.

Environment

• Participated with Manitoba Infrastructure in the CN train derailment clean up at Nora Lake Water Quality

• Trace responsibility for low summer level & excessive drawdown to discharge control weir at Betula and Caddy Lake

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