In late May, 2022 Four Lakes Task Force began flood debris removal from the Wixom and Sanford lake bottomlands. Most debris is wood in some form. Mangled boat lifts, dock parts, boats and other heavily damaged debris have been scrapped. We found a few personal items of potential value.
The personal items include boat lifts, boats and dock sections. None of these items bear any information that allows identification of the owner, but the owner may be able to recognize an item and provide FLTF with proof of ownership. Proof may include owner’s existing photos of the item or description of characteristic marks, features or damage on the item. The first person to provide suitable proof of ownership will be allowed to inspect the item and decide whether to take possession. All of these items suffered damage during the flood. Lift damage may include, but is not limited to, damaged winch, bent frame members, damaged boat support parts, broken welds and missing parts. Boat damage may include, but is not limited to, hull dents and leaky seams. Dock sections may be missing some decking and frame condition is unknown. FLTF accepts no responsibility for the condition of the personal items.
Items that remain in FLTF possession on Dec. 31, 2022 will be considered abandoned and either sold or scrapped.
To inspect or claim lost property, email us at email@example.com, identify the item and include your proof of ownership. You will be required to provide photo ID to claim an item and we will make a copy of that photo ID. Property owners will be responsible for loading and removing their claimed item(s) from the storage area. Once an item is taken, it may not be returned.
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