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To improve, maintain and protect our waterways. 

To provide a consolidated voice for the 
common good of the community.

To promote the community awareness 
and concerns of the water, flow- 
through, shoreline and neighborhoods

To provide a liaison between the Asso- 
ciation membership, government and 
other agencies. 

Wixom Lake Association 

The Wixom Lake Association holds one 
General Membership meeting a year. 
The date, time and location will be pub- 
lished prior to the meeting in the Glad- 
win County Record and Midland Daily News. 
The Officers and Directors meet the 2nd 
Saturday of every month at 10 AM ex- 
cept during the winter months. If you 
are interested in attending these
 meetings or need more information,
Larry Woodard-President at  517-203-6444 
Susi Najmowicz- Secretary at 734-425-2150 
for the location. 

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Wixom Lake Association 2018 meeting dates
Billings Township Hall Sat. 10:00 AM

May 12, 2018
June 9, 2018
July 14, 2018
August 11, 2018 Annual Membership Meeting                     at Eagles
September 8, 2018
October 13, 2018
All meetings, with the exception of Annual Meeting, will be held at Billings Twp. Hall at 10:00 AM

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​Nov. 22, 12017

Boyce Hydro has been ordered by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to stop generating electricity at the Edenville Dam, effective Nov. 27, 2017. Boyce is licensed by FERC to operate the dam and is required to comply with that license.  

The immediate concern for Wixom lake property owners and users is the lake level. This FERC order should have no effect on recreational use of the lake. The FERC order specifically requires Boyce to maintain the lake at normal seasonal levels. Please keep an eye on lake levels and alert us via the “Contact us” button above if you see major deviations from normal lake levels. Keep in mind that the lake should be lowered approx. 2.5' (two and one half feet) to the normal winter level around December 15.

The longer-term concern is operation and maintenance of the dam. Due to the dam's design, operators need to monitor lake level and then open or close spillway gates to maintain the level within limits set by Boyce's license. As noted in the order, the spillways need significant maintenance, particularly the Tobacco River side spillways.  

As long as the “cease generation” order is in effect, Boyce will derive no income from the Edenville Dam, but will continue to incur expenses. Obviously, this is not a workable long-term situation. It is much too soon to know what will happen and speculation is pointless. FERC is well-aware of the situation and our State and Federal Congressional representatives have been contacted. The resolution is FERC's responsibility and will depend on how Boyce cooperates with FERC in the future. Wixom Lake Association will continue to monitor the situation and share relevant information via this web site.
DEC 8, 2017

Boyce Hydro Power, LLC (Boyce) has filed an “Emergency Motion for Stay Pending Rehearing, Request for Approval of Plan to Fund the Tobacco Auxiliary Spillway, and Request for Extensions of Time”. The motion for “Stay” asks that Boyce be allowed to continue generating power at Edenville until FERC conducts a rehearing and rules whether the cease generation order should be enforced or rescinded.  

The Motion also offers a method to fund construction of the Tobacco Auxiliary Spillway and proposes a new schedule for delivery of construction and maintenance plans and schedules for the Edenville Dam.

You may view the Motion by clicking the button below.