FOR LAKE OAHE
2013/2014 Board of Directors
2013/2014 Lake Oahe Committee Members
||Tony Splonskowski, Randy Bosch, Doug Vannurden
||Tom Jochim,Tony Splonskowski, Randy Bosch, Doug Vannurden
||Randy Bosch, Lynette Gefroh, Wayne Jahner
||Tony Splonskowski, Doug Vannurden, Wayne Jahner
||Dwayne Jahner, Doug Vannurden, Joe W. Vetter, Lynette Gefroh
The Voices For Lake Oahe was established on February 22, 2003
to provide leadership in developing recreational, agricultural,
economic and enviromental opportunities for Lake Oahe.
Our goals are:
1) To provide a unified
voice for Lake Oahe
2) To promote and develop
3) To provide recommendations
for developing access to Lake Oahe
4) To inform and educate
others about the economic and enviromental impact of maintaining
adequate water levels on Lake Oahe
5) To influence the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers in updating the Master Plan for Lake
Membership dues are $ 25.00 per year for all
membership classifications which include Individual, Family, Business
and Organization. Anyone wishing to join will be sent an application
-- write or call Randy Bosch, PO Box 591, Linton, ND 58552 -- Membership Application (Click here)
Voices for Lake Oahe and the Emmons County Commissioners are actively focusing on the Cattail Bay Road Improvement Project. This would consist of sub/grade prep. and paving of entire road way from Highway 1804 to the boat ramp, approximately 5.25 miles. Total estimated cost $2,088,762.00.
This project is broken down into two phases:
Phase One: Widen and prepare sub/grade base for paving from boat ramp (east) out to first intersection, approximately 1.25 miles, this includes launch site and parking lot. Cost estimate $307,335.00. Completion date fall of 2011.
To date VFLO has secured $100,000 of SRF funds and $18,750.00 in private monies for total of $118,750.00 of the estimated $307,335.00 for phase one.
Phase Two: Minimal sub/grade prep. of remaining 4 miles and paving of entire project to be completed in conjunction with schedule resurfacing of Highway 1804 from junction of Highway 13 (13 west of Linton) to the South Dakota border in 2012.
VFLO is working with District #28 Representatives Mike Brandeburg and William Kretschnar, and District #28 Senator Robert Erbele to draft a bill for introduction at the 2011 legislative session for the balance of funds to complete project.
Ron Kraft, VFLO Board of Directors; 223-1834
UPCOMING EVENTS - 2012:
VFLO Annual Membership Fun Night May 5, 2012; KC Hall in Linton
news on Lake Oahe Projects:
(July 5, 2007)
Dam Meeting (August 16, 2007)
& Campground (click here)
Electricity to the Inner Circle camping sites is completed
and the new playground equipment is in place; looks great; stop
by and check it out.
Access Table (click here)