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Little Muskego Lake District Celebrates 45 Years
Maintaining a healthy lake is a little like swimming upstream if you don't have some friends to help you.

Little Muskego Lake got that help some 45 years ago when the Little Muskego Lake Association formed.

Before the association intervened, the bays on the north end, especially at Idle Isle, were so weedy, boaters had to skirt around the edge, Schneider said. Even those little pathways through the weeds had to be created by spraying.

After a time, the association realized that the only permanent solution to keeping Little Muskego Lake healthy was to form a lake district — to tax people living around the lake to perform lake projects. That included weed cutting.

 
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