Loch Alpine Events

LAIA Board Meeting

When: 7:30 PM, Oct. 9, 2014
Where: Webster Township Hall
Contact LAIA President Marvin Boluyt (boluytm@gmail.com) for more information.




Recent Web Site Changes


Portions of East Loch Alpine Drive will be closed from Monday morning October 27th through Friday afternoon October 31st for paving.



Proposed Rate Increase On Water Bills

Loch Alpine Residents,


There will be an important meeting of the Loch Alpine Sanitary Authority on Monday, November 3, at 7 PM at the Scio Township Hall.  The topic is a proposed Loan agreement to fund the water main improvements that LASA has planned on Loch Alpine.  We recently experienced a $50 per quarter increase in our water bills.  The proposed loan agreement would require an additional $51.09 per quarter payment for each Loch Alpine resident for the next 20 years.  The Board of Directors of the Loch Alpine Improvement Association recommends that all residents become informed and weigh in on this issue by attending the special meeting.  

Documents pertaining to the meeting are availabe here: LASA Special Meeting 2014

-Meeting Announcement

-pages from the draft  plan

-Map of planned work

-speadsheet showing the cost ($405.34 per resident per year; that comes out to $101.09 per quarter per resident.  The $50 increase already instituted should take care of half of that.)

--Loch Alpine Board of Directors






Halloween in the Park


Fall is here!

 We hope everyone is enjoying this fall weather!

 Halloween Trick or Treating will take place on Friday, October 31st this year.  The time is not available yet but will be sent out as soon as we know.  Hope for no rain and no snow!

 Social Committe

Game Night at the AACC was a success!  Save the date for another family game night on Friday, October 24th.  Details to follow when available. 

 Lakes Committee

Reminder to Association Members owners of lakeside lots.

From the LAIA Lakes Committee, Kathie Weinmann, Chair

 Approved management of the natural area between lakeside lots and the lake edge prohibits depositing vegetation cuttings and other yard wastes in that area. All material from lakeside lots and any cuttings made in this LAIA owned lakeshore property must be removed rather than being left there. 

 For clarification, current Lakes policy is: 

Vegetation control/trimming on LAIA lakeside property may be allowed with Lakes Committee coordination: an informal review of your plan and approval consistent with “Best Practices Management” of this LAIA property. Please discuss your plan for maintenance with the Lakes Committee Chair (see lochalpine.org for current Chair contact info.) 

Material from adjacent Member property may not be deposited in the LAIA lake easement (or on any other LAIA property.) The cleanup of vegetation cuttings or other yard waste on LAIA property resulting in Association expenses will be charged to the Member. Waste Management picks up most yard waste material at roadside on trash collection days through November when properly bagged or tied in bundles to their specs.

 For reference to your property lot lines see the maps of the LA lakes area.

hanks for your cooperation.
Your LAIA Lakes Committee