Loch Alpine Notices

LAIA Board Meeting

When: 6:30 PM, August 13, 2015
Where: Webster Township Hall
Contact LAIA President
Dino Anastasia (president@lochalpine.org) for more information.

 

The Loch Alpine Award

The 2015 Loch Alpine Award was awarded to Harry Rolfes for his service and a Loch Alpine Improvement Association Director and as Chairman of the Roads Committee.

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

 

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Sunday
Jul262015

LAKE TREATMENT - MONDAY JULY 27, 2015

LAKE TREATMENT - MONDAY JULY 27, 2015

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

Please be informed that the fifth of our six annual lakes treatments will take place on Monday, July 27.  The last date will be August 24.  Also, see the notices posted around the lakes and on many mail-posts for important details.

If you have neighbors that 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.


Monday
Jul202015

Road Maintenance Update

On Thursday, July 23, our contractor, Highway Maintenance, will be finishing up the slurry seal on any of the roads that they cannot get to by the end of the day Tuesday.  They are planning that there will be some final work needed on Thursday.  Please note that because of trash collection, they will not be doing any work in Loch Alpine on Wednesday.

Also, please continue to be alert to all posted signs, that is one of the ways work on a specific street is communicated.  We appreciate your continued patience as we complete this fairly large roads maintenance project. 

Thank you,
Roads Committee

Monday
Jul202015

The New Loch Alpine Lore

The Loch Alpine Lore has been relaunched as an e-Newsletter.

The current issue is availalbe here: Loch Alpine Lore, July-August 2015.

Thursday
Jul162015

ROAD MAINTENANCE - STARTING THURSDAY, JULY 16TH

ROAD MAINTENANCE - STARTING THURSDAY, JULY 16TH
 
Highway Maintenance is beginning on some of the roads in the subdivision on Thursday and Friday (7/16 & 7/17), and then on the remaining roads to be done on Monday and Tuesday (7/20 & 7/21).  They are sweeping and putting up notices today on streets that are to be done Thursday and Friday.
 
 
The slurry seal will be applied as a coating on top of the chip stone laid down two to three weeks ago.
The slurry seal requires 3 HOURS curing time before it can take any vehicle traffic.
The contractor will do one side of each road where practicable on the first day and the other side the next.
The contractor will put out signs alerting residents which side of the roads they plan to slurry at least one day in advance of the first day
If a resident has to drive across a sealed area to exit/enter their driveway before the curing time has expired, then they should park their vehicle in a location that will allow them to drive safely without disturbing the sealed area beforehand.
Narrow roads, such as Lane 7 and Greenook West will be entirely sealed on the same day.  No traffic will be allowed on these roads FOR 3 HOURS AFTER SEALING and residents will need to park their cars at the closest, safest and easiest access point to where they live.  The contractor will determine which roads are to be so designated and the residents of those streets will receive at least two days notification to make arrangements.  
All residents need to be alert and cooperative to ensure the safety of all road workers as well as pedestrians in the areas to be sealed. 
 
The list of roads to receive the slurry cap seal are as follows:
Aberdeen
Fairway
Midway
Lane 7
Glen Eagle
Glen Eden
Whitman Circle
Sunset Ct
Woodland
Sylvan
Eastgate
Dawson West
Huron
W. Greenook
Greenook Ct
Monday
Jul132015

Loch Alpine Updates - 

Road Work Delayed

The top seal coat application to the chipsealed streets scheduled for the week of July 13  is being postponed due to forecasted rainy weather for 1 week. There will be instead several areas of broken or sunken asphalt patched by our asphalt repair contractor later in the week; these will not require any significant road closures. Updates to the scheduling will be sent as available; sorry for any inconvenience.

Board Membership Changes

The Association Board thanks Chevon Rogers, a Director since April 2014, for her service to the community as she is retiring at this time due to work demands. Chevon has been a great help in managing communications for the Board; she continues today and promises to be a resource in LAIA website and communication improvements being planned. The Board also thanks Peter Logan for agreeing to fill out Chevon's term to next April. Peter brings years of LA Board experience to help us and currently serves as Safety & Security Comm Chair, Dam Comm Chair and Executive Comm member.

Loch Alpine Boat Registration

The Lakes Committee review of boat registration last year discovered one canoe stored at
Rock Park without the required LA registration sticker. This canoe was affixed with a notice
in May 2014 that it would be removed if not registered (see attached photo.) It will be removed now as abandoned and donated to charity (Humane Society.)