The DLWID held its July meeting this evening which was attended by about 20 residents. Public comment continued on the SolarBees® issue addressing safety concerns, aesthetics and need. This discussion was capped with a reminder to the board of John Morris’ comments that “there is no amount of additional information that would justify putting 20 devices on a recreational lake.” The board was encouraged to put SolarBees® in the past and concentrate activities that are supported by the public. This message was well received. Other topics that received public comment included the potential of adding grass carp to the lake, which included a description of the original permit, changes in law and the status of the DLWID rejected permit request. Comments were also made on the districts initial plans for a septic tank renovation plan.