The Christie Lake Association is a member-supported organization dedicated to preserve, protect, manage and improve water quality, the natural environment and ecology of Christie Lake, and to promote water and recreation safety, sportsmanship, and adherence to lawful use of the lake.

The last annual meeting was held on May 28, 2022, with the following minutes provided by the Secretary:

The meeting was called to order at 12:05pm by Lori Lusson, Secretary, with introduction of Jason Roose, Treasurer.  Informed residents of Matt’s absence and thanked Matt & Alexia for allowing us to use their property to hold the meeting.  Introduction of additional Lake Association Board Members: Patrick Swem, Linda Reed, Amy Brausch, Karen Jensen, and Zach Grabowski.  Anyone interested in becoming a board member should contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The 20-25 residents in attendance introduced themselves.

We:

- acknowledged the passing of lake residents Donna Michalski, Tom Yoder and Bill Karpinski
- thanked Bill Bach for hosting and maintaining the web site
- review the purpose of the lake association as stated on the official filing documents
- Discussed boater safety with relationship to rental properties on the lake
- Discussed boat cleanliness
- Reviewed website information and email address – www.christielakemi.com and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Jason Roose presented the treasurer’s report and collected dues from those in attendance:
- Review bank balance and issues with COVID related to reduction in dues.
- Review bank changes and dues from 2021, checks that could not be cashed.
- Did not renew lake magazine and discussed the option to purchase by individual direction with the company.

The July 4th boat parade will be Monday, July 4 at 2pm – The parade will move counter clockwise around the lake.  Please hold your eco friendly balloon and water fight until the end.

The PLM water quality testing results were received at the meeting.  See the Water Quality page for additional information.  Below is a summary of the tests.

Test June 2, 2021:
 -Minimal dissolved oxygen is adequate for good fish production.
 -PH is within acceptable limits.
 -Phosphorus levels and nitrogen are within state limits.
 -Conditions are good for fish growth.
 -Total dissolved solids 147mg/L low concentrations of dissolve salts.

Test September 22, 2021:
-All test indicates same quality, except for: phosphorus enriched, creates natural buffer between lawn and lake shore.
-No remedial action recommended at this time.

Meeting adjourned at 12:40pm.

Respectfully submitted,
Lori Lusson, Secretary