Until May 2015, the affairs of the Association were managed by the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee.  However, with the launching of the Lake Plan in 2015, it became evident that a more elaborate management structure would be required.  As a result, three new Committees were struck in 2015, each empowered to act in accordance with its terms of references, and to report to the Board of Directors on a regular basis for further guidance and direction.  In 2018, the Roads Committee was struck, to permit MLA to better engage our Members who, for the most part, are residents of private roads around the lake.  In 2019, the Municipal Relations Committee was struck to provide a better focus on the MLA's interactions with the four municipalities bordering the Lake.

The Executive Committee is the day-to-day management committee of the MLA.  It consists of the Officers of the Association (President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer) who are appointed by the Board of Directors.

Established in May 2015, as part of the expansion of the MLA organization to properly address critical functions of the Association. 

Please join this Committee:  Volunteers are welcome

Established in May 2015 to provide the necessary focus for a host of initiatives emanating from the Lake Plan.

Please join this Committee: Volunteers are welcome

Established in May 2015 to address severall initiatives emanating from the Lake Plan. 

Please join this Committee:    Volunteers are welcome

Established in April 2018 to provide the necessary focus for numerous issues regarding living on private roads.

Please join this Committee:    Volunteers are welcome

This committee was established in June 2019 to enhance the MLA's profile and engagement potential with the four municipalities bordering Mississippi Lake.  This committee will assist the Private Roads committee, for example, in dialogues with the municipalites on various issues such as the Private Roads Equalization Payments (PREP) program, and other important issues to the Lake's many residents.

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