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Golf Course Exercises Water Right

Construction Begins On D-Lake Irrigation Line

The Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians took another step toward the eventual use of water from Devils Lake for watering the Golf Course with the commencement of construction of a new irrigation line on December 22nd.  The new line crosses under Hwy 101 just East of  West Devils Lake Drive and enters the lake across from the Blue Heron Marina.

The Tribe obtained the contractual use of a historical water right originally used as the water supply to Oceanlake, when the Lincoln City Council approved an agreement contemplated in May 2010 between the City and the Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians.  With their approval in the Aug 22, 2011 meeting, the City Council  entered into an agreement for the City to lease part of its senior water rights on Rock Creek for use on the golf course. The DLWID captured this recent construction with a series of photographs including the one shown here. The remaining photos can be viewed on the Districts Facebook page.  For more information on the transaction, see City and Siletz Tribe Answer Citizens Questions.

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2012 Devils Lake Dunk

The DLWID wants to make sure you don’t miss the Devils Lake Dunk, 11 a.m. Jan. 1 at Regatta Park in Lincoln City. All are invited. Three will win glass floats donated by the Lincoln City Visitor & Convention Bureau. Donuts & coffee will be available.

A video from last years event surfaced on Oregon Coast Today’s Facebook page.   Enjoy this brief look into how some brave soles bring in the new year on Devils Lake and dig that bathing suit out of the drawer and come on down and take the plunge.

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Best Wishes to All

At this joyous time of year, we are grateful for all of our friends around Devils Lake. We wish you abundance, happiness, and peace in a new year filled with hope. Happy holidays!

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The Devils Lake Creature Is Asking For Your Support

The Devils Lake Creature needs your help!  Local organization Let There Be Arts has partnered with local artist Heidi Erickson in her efforts to raise the necessary funds to complete the Regatta Grounds Park Devil’s Lake Creature as she now envisions it. LTBA is a non-profit organization on the Central Oregon Coast whose mission is to develop and support programs that introduce and encourage the artistic talents, creativity, appreciation and physical expression of our students and community. By donating to this project, you will not only assure the completion of this powerful Devil’s Lake Creature, you will also contribute to the continuing educational experiences in art for hundreds of children for years to come.  You can download the contribution form, or simply donate using Paypal.

For more information you may wish to download the fundraiser packet which included a detailed description of the project and many  pictures of the artists progress.  Follows is an excerpt including the project summary.  Thank you in advance for your support.

From Let There Be Arts Lake Creature

Heidi Erickson was commissioned by the City of Lincoln City to create a sculpture that would be placed at the entrance to Regatta Park on the west side of Devil’s Lake. This park is visited by thousands of local and visiting children every year and is well known by the local community for its wonderful playground area, and beautiful lakeside setting. As legend has it, Devil’s Lake is home to it’s own mysterious lake creature. Continue reading

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Parties Silent On Water Talks

PATRICK ALEXANDER
The News Guard

Neither side is saying much about an 11th-hour meeting between Lincoln City officials and members of the Roads End Water District, which took place
on Dec. 8.

The District requested the meeting on Nov. 28 as the City was on the cusp of sending out letters to Roads End property owners demanding that they consent to annexation in exchange for continued water supply.

City Manager David Hawker confirmed that he and Mayor Dick Anderson met with two members of the District’s board of directors, describing the talks as “cordial” but “uneventful.” Continue reading

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Owners Call For Proof

City Manager Says Inspection Results Will Vindicate Septic Program

PATRICK ALEXANDER
The News Guard

Several lakefront homeowners have called on Devils Lake officials to oppose Lincoln City’s moves toward a septic tank inspection program, saying the City has failed to provide proof that septic systems are polluting the lake.

Speaking at the Dec. 1 meeting of the Devils Lake Water Improvement District, homeowner Mark Highland said the program was being “railroaded through” by City Manager David Hawker. Continue reading

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Lincoln City Agrees to Roads End Water Talks

PATRICK ALEXANDER
The News Guard

With letters demanding Roads End annexation consent poised to leave Lincoln City Hall any day, city councilors have agreed to a last-minute meeting with members of the Roads End Water District to discuss the supply of water to the area.

Mayor Dick Anderson said he and City Manager David Hawker would make themselves available to meet with a delegation from the District’s board of directors as early as this week. Continue reading

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