Boat Ramp Access
There are no set hours for the boat ramp. For
an appointment, riparian Members please
call a trustee
with at least 24 hours advance notice.
Appointments cannot be made online.
RLI Bylaws and boat ramp use policy requires:
Your 2019 and all past dues are paid in full for all properties you own;
Your watercraft is legally registered;
Your registration numbers with valid year sticker are on your watercraft;
Your RLI boat sticker is on your watercraf
Renters must request boat stickers through the
Boat Ramp Access Help
In addition to the RLI Trustees you may also contact the
following people to request access to the boat ramp:
for more ramp use information.
New Boating Law Effective 2019
Michiganís Natural Resources and Environmental
Protection Act (Act 451 of 1994) Part 413 has been amended with changes
for boaters and anglers that take effect March 21, 2019.
Learn more here or see below.
Sewer Rate Increase!
On 12/1/15 the Tyrone Township Board approved
increases to our quarterly sewer O&M fees for 2016 - 2021 of
approximately 3.5% annually. RLI remains
concerned about the large cost incurred by RLI Members while most of the
Tyrone Township sewer system remains unused. We will continue to work with the Drain
Commission and Township in an effort to control costs and require others to
pay their fair share.
Please contact Marcella Husted, Clerk, and
Jennifer Eden, Treasurer, @ 810-629-8631 with your questions, concerns, or
2003 quarterly rate: $60.00 (Runyan
Lake Community Septic System)
2004 quarterly rate: $75.00 (Livingston
Regional Sewer System)
2007 quarterly rate: $117.01
Jan. 2010 quarterly rate: $136.50
Oct. 2010 quarterly rate: $160.75
Jan. 2011 quarterly rate: $165.75
April 2012 quarterly rate: $170.50
April 2013 quarterly rate: $185.50
2014 quarterly rate: $201.25
Jan. 2015 quarterly rate: $205.70
Jan. 2016 quarterly rate: $212.89
Jan 2017 quarterly rate: $219.25
Jan 2019 (current) rate: $227.00
Rate details can be found on the Sewer page.
We now pay $908/yr for sewer service, an increase
of $668/yr (278%) since 2003! This does not
include the special assessment levied for the 2003 system upgrade, an additional
$300/yr for most, or the additional $650 assessment for the grinder pump!
Are we really paying our fair share or are we
subsidizing the rest of the undeveloped system? Ask your township