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Lakeville Lake is located in the Northeast corner of Oakland County in Southeast Michigan.
It is an "all-sports" lake with a Department of Natural Resources public launch site and at 460 acres it is the second largest public recreational facility in Addison Township.
Lake depths generally range between 5 and 15 feet with several deep holes including one with a depth of 68 feet.
Fish populations include a variety of pan-fish, Bass and Northern Pike. Walleye are periodically introduced by the Department of Natural Resources to feed on the smaller pan-fish and reduce the pressure on food supplies.
The Lakeville Lake Property Owners Association shall be concerned about the environmental health of the lake, as well as social, political and economic factors having a unique impact on property owners. This includes providing opportunities for related education, assisting in personal safety matters and communicating with the membership.
It is recognized that legal and financial constraints are considered when defining this mission.
LAKEVILLE LAKE PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION OBJECTIVES
I. Maintain and improve water quality of Lakeville Lake
a. Water testing
b.Testing and maintenance programs for septic systems
c.Communicating proper land maintenance and effects on water quality
d.Liaison with township on ordinances affecting Lake
II. Provide guidance and communication link for weed control program
a. Appointment of Lake Restoration Association members
b. Involvement with public meetings and hearings
c. Communication with property owners on program status
III. Communication regarding riparian issues
a. Riparian magazine
b. Echo newsletter and special flyers
c. Lakeville Lake web-site construction and maintenance.
d. Membership in Michigan Lakes and Stream Association and district meetings and information
IV. Boating safety
a. Liaison with Sheriff department
b. Liaison with Department of Natural Resources
c. Communication with regard to boating requirements and speed limit, as well as special equipment uses (jet skis, skiers, etc.)
d. Buoys for no-wake zones maintenance
e. Adopt-a-Stump program
V. Social events
a.Welcome and communication to new property owners
b. 4th of July and Christmas events
c. Other events as planned
VI. Projects for lake improvement
a. Prevention of funneling
c. Speed limit