§ 131.04  SPEED RESTRICTIONS.
   (A)   Bertram Chain of Lakes. The following surface water restrictions shall apply to Bertram, Long, Mud and First Lakes also known as the Bertram Chain of Lakes and other waters which are located within the boundary of the Bertram Chain of Lakes County Park. The following restrictions apply 24 hours a day, year round.
      (1)   No person shall operate a gas powered motor on a watercraft.
      (2)   No person shall operate a sea plane or motor vehicle including off-road vehicles and snowmobiles.
      (3)   Electric motors are allowed with a maximum thrust of 100 pounds or two horsepower.
      (4)   The lower unit of a gas powered motor on a watercraft must be propped up out of the water.
   (B)   Cedar Lake (86022700). The following surface water restrictions shall apply to Cedar Lake. When lake level reaches or exceeds an elevation of 999.17 feet above sea level, motorboats shall be restricted to a slow-no wake speed within 300 feet from all shoreline unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water. When high water levels have subsided and have remained below an elevation of 999.17 feet above sea level for three consecutive days, said restriction shall be promptly removed.
   (C)   East and West Lake Sylvia (86028900, 86027900). The following surface water restrictions shall apply to East and West Lake Sylvia.
      (1)   No person shall operate a motorboat, including seaplane, in excess of slow-no wake speed within the channel between East and West Lake Sylvia.
      (2)   When lake level reaches or exceeds an elevation of 1,050.58 feet above sea level, motorboats shall be restricted to a slow-no wake speed within 300 feet from all shoreline unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water. When high water levels have subsided and have remained below an elevation of 1,050.58 feet above sea level for three consecutive days, said restriction shall be promptly removed.
      (3)   No person shall operate a motorboat, including seaplanes, in excess of slow-no wake speed within 150 feet of the shoreline, 24 hours a day, between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water.
   (D)   Howard Lake (86019900). The following surface water restrictions shall apply to Howard Lake.
      (1)   No person shall operate a motorboat, including seaplanes, in excess of slow-no wake speed within 150 feet of the shoreline, 24 hours a day, between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water.
      (2)   When lake level reaches or exceeds an elevation of 998.58 feet above sea level, motorboats shall be restricted to a slow-no wake speed within 300 feet from all shoreline unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water. When high water levels have subsided and have remained below an elevation of 998.58 feet above sea level for three consecutive days, said restriction shall be promptly removed.
   (E)   Lake Ann (86019000). The following surface water restrictions shall apply to Lake Ann.
      (1)   No person shall operate a motorboat, including seaplanes, in excess of slow-no wake speed within 150 feet of the shoreline, 24 hours a day, between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water.
      (2)   When lake level reaches or exceeds an elevation of 987.50 feet above sea level, motorboats shall be restricted to a slow-no wake speed within 300 feet from all shoreline unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water. When high water levels have subsided and have remained below an elevation of 987.50 feet above sea level for three consecutive days, said restriction shall be promptly removed.
   (F)   Pleasant Lake (86025100). The following surface water restrictions shall apply to Pleasant Lake. When the water level at the Grass Lake Outlet Dam (860243TW) reaches or exceeds an elevation of 992.1 feet above sea level, motorboats shall be restricted to a slow-no wake speed within 300 feet
from all shoreline on Pleasant Lake (86025100) unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water. When high water levels have subsided and have remained below an elevation of 992.1 feet above sea level at the Grass Lake Outlet Dam (860243TW) for three consecutive days, said restriction on Pleasant Lake shall be promptly removed.
   (G)   Lake Charlotte (86001100). The following surface water restrictions shall apply to Lake Charlotte. No person shall operate a motorboat, including seaplanes, in excess of slow-no-wake speed within 150 feet of the shoreline 24 hours a day, between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water.
   (H)   Lake Augusta (86028400).  The following surface water restrictions shall apply to Lake Augusta.
      (1)   When the water level at the Grass Lake Outlet Dam (860243TW) reaches or exceeds an elevation of 992.1 feet above sea level, motorboats shall be restricted to a slow-no wake speed within 300 feet from all shoreline unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water.  When high water levels have subsided and have remained below an elevation of 992.1 feet above sea level at the Grass Lake Outlet Dam (860243TW) for three consecutive days, said restriction shall be promptly removed. 
      (2)   No person shall operate a motorboat, including seaplane, in excess of slow-no wake speed within the channel between Augusta Lake and Clearwater Lake.
   (I)   Lake Caroline (86028100).  The following surface water restrictions shall apply to Lake Caroline. When the water level at the Grass Lake Outlet Dam (860243TW) reaches or exceeds an elevation of 992.1 feet above sea level, motorboats shall be restricted to a slow-no wake speed within 300 feet from all shoreline unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water.  When high water levels have subsided and have remained below an elevation of 992.1 feet above sea level at the Grass Lake Outlet Dam (860243TW) for three consecutive days, said restriction shall be promptly removed. 
   (J)   Clearwater Lake (86025200).  The following surface water restrictions shall apply to Clearwater Lake.
      (1)   When the water level at the Grass Lake Outlet Dam (860243TW) reaches or exceeds an elevation of 992.1 feet above sea level, motorboats shall be restricted to a slow-no wake speed within  300 feet from all shoreline unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water.  When high water levels have subsided and have remained below an elevation of 992.1 feet above sea level at the Grass Lake Outlet Dam (860243TW) for three consecutive days, said restriction shall be promptly removed. 
      (2)   No person shall operate a motorboat, including seaplane, in excess of slow-no wake speed within the channel between Augusta Lake and Clearwater Lake.
   (K)   Grass Lake (86024300).  The following surface water restrictions shall apply to Grass Lake. When the water level at the Grass Lake Outlet Dam (860243TW) reaches or exceeds an elevation of 992.1 feet above sea level, motorboats shall be restricted to a slow-no wake speed within  300 feet from all shoreline unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water.  When high water levels have subsided and have remained below an elevation of 990.9 feet above sea level for three consecutive days, said restriction shall be promptly removed. 
   (L)   Lake Louisa (86028200).  The following surface water restrictions shall apply to Lake Louisa. When lake level at the Fairhaven Dam reaches or exceeds an elevation of 1006.73 feet above sea level, motorboats shall be restricted to a slow-no wake speed within 300 feet from all shoreline unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water.  When high water levels have subsided and have remained below an elevation of 1006.73 feet above sea level for three consecutive days, said restriction shall be promptly removed. 
   (M)   Lake Marie (73001400).  The following surface water restrictions shall apply to Lake Marie. When lake level at the Fairhaven Dam reaches or exceeds an elevation of 1006.73 feet above sea level, motorboats shall be restricted to a slow-no wake speed within 300 feet from all shoreline unless launching or landing skiers directly to or from open water.  When high water levels have subsided and have remained below an elevation of 1006.73 feet above sea level for three consecutive days, said restriction shall be promptly removed. 
(Ord. 14-01, passed 5-13-2014; Ord. passed 8-15-2015; Ord. 16-3, passed 6-14-2016; Ord. 16-3a, passed 6-14-2016)  Penalty, see § 131.99