The Village Board of Trustees of the Village of Chenequa, Wisconsin, does hereby ordain and adopt Section 4.02(4)(e) relating to boating speed restrictions on Pine Lake. In accordance with Wisconsin Statutes §33.23(1), the following is created and adopted:
(4) SPEED RESTRICTIONS. (e) DAYTIME SPEED RESTRICTIONS, NIGHTTIME SPEED RESTRICTIONS.
A person shall operate or use a motorboat or personal watercraft at speeds no greater than 45 miles per hour from one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset each day. A person shall operate or use a motorboat or personal watercraft at slow-no-wake speed from one hour after sunset each day until one hour before sunrise of the next day.
The summer sailing season has arrived. Here are the 2012 Calendar and Race Committee documents in PDF format.
The 2012 TRAP regatta is scheduled for June 26-29. The regatta is broken into two separate fleets with as many races as possible. Since it is a training regatta, on-water coaching is not only allowed but encouraced! Registration is limited to the first fifty boats per fleet so register early and give your child the opportunity to experience this unique training event which has become one of midwest's most popular junior sailing events. Here is a link to the TRAP NOR and Registration Forms (Jr. and Sr.)
The Wisconsin DNR has grandfathered all existing piers as of March 31, 2012. New piers must be approved in advance but existing piers do not need a permit. Click here for a link to the DNR site.
The National Class E Association now requires all E scows to be members of the Association in order to qualify to compete in seasonyacht club fleet races. Boats must have an official NCESA sticker on the transom.
Tom Schubert did some research on his home and came across this interesting article that was published 1895 that describes his home and the surrounding area in great detail. If you are interested in local history take a look. Kirkwood article