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Stone Lake Improvement Board

NOTICE: The Stone Lake Beach pier area will be treated for algae and invasive milfoil on Wednesday, June 19, 2024. To ensure treatment is effective, swimming, boating, kayaking, etc. around the pier is prohibited on June 19th and 20th. Although this treatment is not harmful to swimmers/animals/fish, it needs to be undisturbed in order to effectively treat the algae and invasive milfoil. More information: 6.19.24 Stone Lake Treatment Information

NOTICE: Stone Lake will be chemically treated for invasive weeds on Monday, May 13th, 2024.
Do not use the water for swimming until 5/14/2024.
Do not use the water for ornamentals or turf irrigation until 5/16/2024.
Do not use the water for domestic purposes or agriculture irrigation until 5/27/2024.
Do not use the water for livestock watering or similar purposes until 5/27/2024.
More information: 5.13.24 Treatment Notice and Herbicide Factsheet

The Village of Cassopolis established the Stone Lake Improvement Board implementing an aquatic plant control program with biologists from Progressive AE.  A special assessment district was created to fund the removal and harvesting of the nuisance growth of exotic aquatic plants.  Check out the documents below to see the progress that has been made so far.

Members of the Stone Lake Improvement Board
  • Mary Howie (Cass County Board of Commissioner)
  • Ted Gogol (Chairman of the Board)
  • Jeff VanBelle (Cass County Drain Commissioner)
  • Susan Carpenter (Riparian Owner)
  • Jackie Collins (Village of Cassopolis Representative)