Loch Alpine Notices

LAIA Board Meeting

When: 7:00 PM, May 11, 2016
Where: Webster Township Hall
Contact LAIA President
Peter Logan (president@lochalpine.org) for more information.

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Documents related to the AACC can be accessed here: AACC Preservation, Sale & Development Information

The Loch Alpine Award

The 2016 Loch Alpine Award was awarded to Katie Roycroft for her service as chair of the Loch Alpine Social Committee.

A complete list of award winners is avaialble here: Loch Alpine Award.

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Sunday
Jun122016

LAKES TREATMENT - MONDAY, JUNE 13

MINIMUM 24-hour NO CONTACT WITH THE LAKES WATER - PEOPLE & PETS

Please be informed that the second of our lakes treatments will take
place on Monday, June 13.  Please also refer to the notices posted
around the lakes and on many mail-posts for important details.

If you have neighbors who don't use internet communication, kindly
share this information with them.

Thank you,
Loch Alpine Lakes Committee

Note:  If weather is inclement, a notice will announce treatment is rescheduled.

Tuesday
Jun072016

Loch Alpine Lore - June 2016

 

IN THIS ISSUE

 Announcements
    Next Board Meeting
    Thank-Yous
    Tick Alert
    Pavilion Reservation
    Lakes Treatments
 
 Upcoming Events
    Picnics in the Park
    Independence Day 
    Celebration - July 2nd
    Magic The Gathering
    Playgroup
 
 Committees
    Communications
    Social
 
 Garden Club
    Field Trips
 
 Did You Know?
 
 Classifieds
    Baby/Pet Sitters Wanted
And more! Click here for the entire issue: Loch Alpine Lore - June 2016

 

Friday
Jun032016

Road Closure Alert, LASA Water Main Replacement Update

HURON RIVER DRIVE CLOSED SUNDAY MORNING 

The Dexter Ann Arbor Run will take place on Sunday, June 5. Huron River Drive will be closed from 7:00 until around 11:00 a.m. Routes available are Zeeb Road, crossing with police assistance, and Joy Road into the Dexter area.

UPDATE ON LASA WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT
 
Questions about this project should be directed to Ted Erickson, (734) 657-4925, TErickson@processresults.com.
This is a brief update from LASA project coordinator Ted Erickson and Association Board member Bob Sendra, who yesterday reviewed all areas of subdivision impacted by the construction work.
 
Important considerations:
Ted has a specific list of many items still to be addressed; the fixers are not done nor leaving yet, so don't panic.
Valve boxes in many yards still remain sticking up and will be lowered to grade.
Yard restoration work continued this week with crews addressing sunken areas, places needing seed, replacing grass mats as required.
Grass mats will be removed by the lawn contractor as grass growth dictates. However, if the grass at your yard has developed and is lifting the matting, you may remove it and begin to mow. Be sure to remove the steel anchor stakes at the matting corners and along some edges to protect yourself while mowing (pliers may be needed.) The matting goes in the trash, not yard waste.
Ditches needing some rework have been identified (Woodland, Huron Ct.)
Culvert work, cleaning (Northgate/St Andrews) and restoration (Woodland)
Asphalt pavement/curbing repair needed (Northgate/St Andrews curb)
In about 10 days, allowing for all current areas to be addressed and grass to grow, another reassessment of properties will be made. If you feel that your yard has been overlooked, not restored properly or have any other question, please send us an email.
 

 

Wednesday
May252016

Road Work - Thursday, May 26

The contractor will chip seal the following roads in Loch Alpine on Thursday, May 26

  • East Loch Alpine Drive
  • South Loch Alpine Drive

According to the contractor the roads can be driven on once the chips are put down.  Car traffic actually pushes the chips down into the base material to set up a hard surface.  This work will be done early beginning on Thursday morning, weather permitting. The slurry sealing will occur approximately two to three weeks after the chips are laid.  More information on the slurry sealing portion of this project will be available soon.

Here’s what you need to know about chip sealing on Thursday: 

  • Our contractor, Highway Maintenance, will apply a layer of chips to the roads mentioned above.
  • This work may start as early as 7 a.m. and should be finished by afternoon.
  • No vehicles should be parked on any of these roads on Thursday.
  • Residents can drive on the chip-sealed surface as soon as it is put down.

If you have questions or comments, please feel free to contact Harry Rolfes by email at henryr3@comcast.net or by phone at 426-4349.

Loch Alpine Roads Committee

Monday
May232016

Board Bulletin - Community Meetings

Many good neighbors have devoted countless hours to explore possible community options to the pending sale of Ann Arbor Country Club.  The action teams have considered the following initiatives:

  • LAIA Acquires AACC Property and Plans Best Use of Land and Assets
  • LAIA Plans Best Use of AACC Property to Manage Controlled Development
  • LAIA Supports Continued Operation of AACC (under current or other ownership)
  • No Action and Consequences
  • Greenspace Preservation and Conservancy

Association members are invited to attend a community meeting to hear and discuss the summary findings, ideas, and options of the action teams. Two meeting dates have been set to give residents a choice in attending. The presentation of information will be the same at each meeting. We respectfully ask that you attend only one meeting to allow capacity for everyone who wants to attend.

Wednesday, June 1, 7 – 9 p.m. 
Saturday, June 4, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Webster Township Hall
5665 Webster Church Road

Community input to the summary ideas and options presented will provide valuable guidance to the LAIA Board and to the action teams on our next steps toward a desirable outcome for the AACC property and Loch Alpine.

LAIA Board of Directors