Willow Flowage

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The public is invited to an upcoming open house to comment on four remaining issues in the proposed Willow Flowage Scenic Waters Area Master Plan.

The area in western Oneida county is a popular recreation destination, offering a variety of activities. A first round of public comment helped prepare a draft master plan but has left four key areas the DNR would like to hear more input says Willow Flowage property manager Tom Shockley.

The first includes boundary modifications that would allow growth in the local community...says Shockley...

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A public meeting is set for next week on the draft revised master plan for the Willow Flowage.

The DNR earlier  this year conducted an assessment and public review of the Willow Flowage Scenic Waters Area Master Plan that was adopted in 2000, and has now offered proposals in a revised master plan available for review and comment says Willow Flowage Property Manager Tom Shockley. He says they've listened to a number of stakeholders and local units of governments...

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The public is invited to review an updated Master Plan for the Willow Flowage in western Oneida county.

DNR Property Manager Tom Schockley says public comment was taken and the agency now has a revision to the plan available for further public review, including the stakeholders, tribal governments and local units of government. He says the public has voiced concerns...

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The master plan for the Willow Flowage in western Oneida county is 15 years old and the DNR is updating the plan and looking for input from the public.

Willow Flowage property manager Tom Shockley says a public comment period is open until June 18. On June 4 there will be a public meeting at the Nokomis town hall from 3-6 p.m.

The on-going review process looks at the adequacy of the current plan and recommendations...

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Willow Flowage roads may see more ATVs and UTVs.  The DNR’s Natural Resources Board has approved an amendment that increases motorized vehicle access. 

Thomas Shockley is the DNR’s Willow Flowage Forester.  

He says the public weighed in on the original management plan for the Flowage.