Our Identity

This blog administrator was asked to step forward by several lake residents to create an on-line forum in support of our stated mission. My name is Mitchell Moore, I own two homes on the lake near Sand Point Park, my primary residence is in the Portland area. We live on the lake full-time in the summer and visit generally every other weekend in the winter.

I am President of a Cooperative Telephone Company and if you Google or email me you can learn other interesting facts about me that don’t have anything to do with Devil’s Lake or SolarBees®. Things about me that do relate include, that I am a avid boater, I regularly water ski, wake surf, and tow wake boarders, ski biscuits and an occasional stranded paddle boat. I also routinely swim, sail and watch everybody else do the same from my patio. I have a lovely family that joins me in all of these great activities. Bottom-line in the summer months there is not a day that goes by that our family is not in the water, blue-green algae and all.

To give back to the lake, I have been very supportive of the Devil’s Lake Water Improvement District (DLWID). I am currently a member of the DLWID’s Budget Committee and I have been the sponsor and host of the DLWID’s website and host the DLWID’s board and staff email service. For the record, I think they are doing a great job, the’re just wrong on this issue.

Now you know my name and a little about me. If you need to reach me please send an email to nosolarbees@gmail.com, there has been a request that I post my phone number, but that is against our rules. No phone numbers will be posted on the blog, but if you need to discuss something  just email me your contact information and I will make every effort to contact you.

Let’s disclose all of my on-line activities related to http://www.nosolarbees.com. I have setup and encourage you to use each of the following:

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  1. Mike Johnson

    I live above the lake and use it through summer and winter. It seems to me that a million dollars is a lot to spend for 2 to 3 weeks of problem. I think the cost against the results doesn’t add up.

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