The Regional Planning (RP) Task Force met with the world-renowned professional planners, designers and engineers hired to achieve the goals of the RP Task Force and the Buckeye Lake 2030 Vision. One of the key items covered in the RP Task Force meeting this month was the upcoming Retail Market Analysis to be completed by [...]
On Saturday, March 17th, the ABC Task Force met at the Buckeye Lake Museum for their monthly updates meeting. The team is extremely pleased with the continuing growth of the buckeyelake2030.org website and Facebook page. Since its launch in late January, over 2,500 pages have been viewed and the Buckeye Lake 2030 Facebook page has [...]
The information we’re sharing in this post is provided by Buckeye Lake for Tomorrow. For a copy of their Canadian Geese brochure and to learn more about what you can do for the future of Buckeye Lake, visit www.BuckeyeLakeforTomorrow.org or contact them at: Buckeye Lake for Tomorrow P.O. Box 676 Buckeye Lake, OH 43008 Let’s [...]
In an effort to keep everyone around the Lake informed, we are sharing the update provided by the ODNR regarding the Buckeye Lake Dam construction. Please see the statement below provided by Ian Nickey: We would like to provide the community with an update concerning the two Open Houses held last week. The project received many questions regarding [...]
In an effort to keep everyone around our Beautiful Buckeye Lake informed as to what is happening, we are posting the letter that the Ohio Department of Natural Resources sent to the residents of Buckeye Lake on March 3rd, 2017.
The Wetlands Project, headed by Dr. William Mitsch of Gulf Coast University in Florida, is currently in hibernation until spring arrives. The project is fully prepared to begin as soon as the weather begins to warm and the wetland plants in the mesocosm begin to grow. Throughout the spring and summer, there will be graduate [...]
Today, March 1, 2017, we received a major update from Ian Nickey, the Stakeholder Outreach Manager for the Buckeye Lake Dam Improvements Project. Here is what he shared: "This morning the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) put "stop-logs" in place at the primary spillway that will allow Buckeye Lake to fill up to the [...]