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Well Wright county got there way
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Wright county was approved for the mandatory boat wash for the 3 proposed lakes. I guess money and political pressure wins. At this time it will only be enforced by wright county not DNR. I think we all better send some emails and phone calls. Apparently there was little opposition from anglers BULL, is what they are saying. It was in Outdoor News. I guess Annandale can do without my money.

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Re: Well Wright county got there way
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Do you have a link to the story? I haven't seen anything on the Wright County website. Other than there is a board meeting tonight and that is one of the topics.

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Re: Well Wright county got there way
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what lakes?

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Re: Well Wright county got there way
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The Pilot is for Sylvia, John and Pleasant. It it goes well for those 3, then they want to expand it to other lakes in the county.

After talking to County People and Lake Assoc people, there is no concern on how this affects boaters. At least that is the vibe I got.

Heres a link to the final proposal: http://www.wrightswcd.org/Water_Management/wrip.html

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Re: Well Wright county got there way
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LOL, So all docks and boat lifts need to be inspected...Let's see how many lakeshore owners get that done!

Wait until mid July when every lake shore owner has their docks out and call the DNR to check for their certificates. I bet 90% of them pay fines!

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Re: Well Wright county got there way
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I wish I had a link It was in the Outdoor news weekly I did try to find more online but no luck. I sure don't like the way this is heading. They did say they were not interested in any other lakes we will see.

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Re: Well Wright county got there way
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According to the video of the wright county board meeting where it was approved the DNR approved a pilot trial for the rest of 2017 for the three lakes(Sylvia, John, Pleasant). They have to reapply with a plan for 2018. My observations are they have a lot of things to figure out yet. The DNR removed themselves from enforcing the wright ordinance. In watching the video the sheriffs dept wasn't excited about having to enforce it. Also they have to figure out how to satisfy the benchmark of time spent for inspections suggested by the DNR.

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Re: Well Wright county got there way
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Is this video on u tube by chance?

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Re: Well Wright county got there way
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What better way for the local land owners to reduce boat traffic on Their Lake.

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Re: Well Wright county got there way
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http://www.co.wright.mn.us/AgendaCenter/County-Board-1

The meeting I referenced is sept 19th. I haven't watched the 26th yet.

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