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  • 17 Jul 2023 12:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    There will be a work day scheduled for this Saturday 7/22/23 starting at 10 am. Volunteers would be greatly appreciated. Please bring any available brush cutters and weed whackers. We will be meeting at the channel. For more information please contact Joe Stam at 

  • 10 Jul 2023 8:29 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Mat-Su Residents!!  Please write to the Assembly members and voice your opinion concerning this attack on our waterbodies. Written comments must be received by noon on Friday, July 14, 2023. Please also come to the “only” public hearing before the Assembly on Tuesday, July 18th at 6:00 pm at the MSB Building regarding Ordinance 23-049. The Assembly can vote on July 18th to pass this Ordinance

    The Mat-Su Borough Assembly (MSB) is proposing to re-write the only regulations for waterbody setbacks. Ordinance 17.55 was established 50 years ago. The 75-foot setback was to protect all waterbodies in the borough. 

    Here we are again 37 years later – the Mat-Su residents are continuing yet again the need to defend the setback. This time they are proposing to reduce the setback from 75 feet to 25 feet. 

    The current 75-foot setback was originally established in 1973. In 1986, there was a 6-month temporary window when the setback was 45 feet.  The vote of the people was 2-1 to put the setback back to 75 feet.

    The MSB Assembly established the MSB Fish and Wildlife Commission (MFW) to advise and make recommendations to the assembly, borough manager, and/or any state or federal agencies, departments, commissions, or boards possessing jurisdiction for fish, wildlife, and habitat. 

    The MSB Assembly has totally ignored the MFW Resolution and MSB Planning Commission Resolution OPPOSING the reduction of the setback.

    The MSB has spent millions of dollars on habitat restoration over the years. Is it worth losing all habitat improvements made to make life easier for residents with construction violations? 

    The MFW and the MSB Planning Commission have suggested that a team be set up to review and establish new parameters for waterbody setbacks. 

    It is suggested that MSB bring back a Land Use Permit Application to be used for new construction. 

    This Ordinance 23-049 gives the building construction industry the green light to now build homes essentially on the shoreline of our lakes and rivers.  

    Mayor Edna DeVries should recuse and reject any vote by Yundt and Tew. In addition, any Assembly person working in the construction business should be excused and not allowed to vote on this Ordinance (23-049) or any other ordinance that might come before the Assembly involving a conflict of interest. 

    Below are the email addresses and business interests for the Assembly and the email address for the Mayor as listed on the MSB website:

    Tim Hale – Dist. 1 - (Construction projects) -

    Stephanie Nowers – Dist. 2 - (Business owner) -

    Dee McKee – Dist. 3 – (Education) -

    Robert Yundt – Dist. 4 – (Constr. Home Builder/R. Yundt Homes) -

    Mokie Tew – Dist. 5 – (Construction – Tews Excavation Inc.) -

    Dmitri Fonov – Dist. 6 – (Construction Contractor) -

    Ron Bernier – Dist. 7 – (Construction – J.P. Construction) -

    Edna DeVries – Mayor –


     Questions?  Please call Jean Holt – (907) 232-7522

  • 29 Mar 2023 7:42 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Your LSTCA Board of Directors is once again requesting photos from the community for the 2024 calendar.

    This year our calendar contest wants to provide an opportunity for you to highlight the beauty and splendor that surrounds and showcases the “Convenience Room” when nature calls.

    Do you feel your earth closet or friend’s, is worthy of being on the pages of our calendar? Or have you seen one that seems to have mystery and an enigma of its own? We want you to venture out and reconsider these often-overlooked structures to reconsider the aesthetic value they are hiding.

    Please send us photos of the photogenic subject for us to determine which will grace the cover and pages for the “hole” community to enjoy next year.

    While there is no monetary prize there are bragging rights should your photo be chosen.

    Submissions made must be from the Louise, Susitna, Tyone and immediate surrounding areas in order to be considered. When submitting please advise where the photo was taken and feel free to include any names (Poo Poo Powder Room, The Meeting Hole, etc.), comments, puns or jokes you wish to company it.

    Please do not submit any photos that contain objectionable or inappropriate content

    Photos can be submitted by emailing and must be submitted by no later than May 29th, 2023.

  • 20 Apr 2022 6:41 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

  • 06 Apr 2022 3:11 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Dear {Contact_First_Name} {Contact_Last_Name},

    Your LSTCA Board of Directors is requesting photos from around the lake.  Do you have a super special photo that is a good representation of life here at Lakes Louise/Susitna/Tyone?  Something that you wouldn't mind sharing with the community?  There's been some fantastic photos on Facebook this past winter. Now's your chance to have that super photo put on the new LSTCA calendar.  The best 12 pictures submitted will be placed on the calendar (sorry, no monetary prize - just stupendous acknowledgement from your neighbors on your great photo taking skill).  Submissions need to be sent to Kerin Fassler via e-mail at or via snail mail to Kerin Fassler at 23619 Sunny Glen Drive, Eagle River, AK 99577 and RECEIVED NO LATER THAN May 25, 2022.  Please send photos from around the lakes and nothing that is copyrighted unless you are the owner and are willing to forego any payment.  The calendars are scheduled to be printed and available at the annual meeting free of charge to LSTCA members - one per family with additional copies available for purchase.  

  • 16 Jul 2021 10:57 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Congratulations to newly elected Board members Wendy Simpson and James Hastings.  They join Joe Stam, JoAnn Hobbs, Kerin Fassler, Jake Anders, and Kristina Murray as LSTCA Board Members!

  • 15 Apr 2021 6:42 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) is soliciting comments on the proposed the Lake Louise Road Resurfacing project. The project consists of resurfacing the Lake Louise Road, replacing/cleaning/repairing culverts, minor leveling and grading of the road surface, drainage improvement, signs, and striping. All work will occur in the existing ROW, and will occur primarily on the existing surface area.

    DOT&PF requests information and comments on resources in the project area that may be affected including historic properties, archaeological sites, wetlands, and multiple unmapped floodplains.

    For further information regarding the project, or if you would like to submit comments, please contact:

    Guan Griffin, P.E., Engineering Manager
    in writing: 2301 Peger Road, Fairbanks, AK 99709-5316
    by phone: (907) 451-5087
    by e-mail to
    To correspond by text telephone (TDD), call (907) 451-2363

    Please submit your comments by December 29, 2021.

  • 29 Mar 2021 4:58 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Recently a request was made to provide snowmachine trails information.  Attached is a map provided by DNR showing trails in the Lake Louise area.  Lake Louise Snowmachine Trails

  • 29 Mar 2021 4:53 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The attached LSTCA Pamphlet provides emergency and business information for our area.  LSTCA March 2021 Pamphlet

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