Upcoming Events
Loch Alpine Community Meeting
Wednesday, January 25th, 7:00 PM at Webster Township Hall
The Loch Alpine Board and counsel will provide an update to Association members. Please see Board Bulletin for details. No guests, please. Only Association members may attend.

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The contractor performing water main replacement work for LASA, Lawrence M. Clarke, is beginning to connect individual water services to the new water main in the Eastgate area.  When possible, homeowners will be contacted personally prior to the work being done.  Please do not run your dishwasher or washing machine unattended as the brief water outage (typically 30 minutes to an hour) may interfere with those devices.  After your connection is complete, the contractor will flush an outside faucet to clear any sediment/debris that may have been stirred up by the process.
Process Results, Inc. is the engineering company hired by LASA to administer the project.  Please contact them with concerns or questions:
     Dan Kehr, On Site Representative     (734) 366-0562
     Ted Erickson, Project Manager          (734) 657-4925
Looking for the old Loch Alpine website? It's no longer being updated but you can find it here: lochalpine.squarespace.com

Board Journal
Christmas Tree Disposal
Posted on Jan 9th, 2017
Waste Management will pickup Christmas trees weekly with the curbside trash on Weds.  There is a size limit of 6 ft; trees over that must be cut in half.  No tree stands, no ornaments, no plastic tree bags.
Loch Alpine Board Bulletin - 12/29/2016
Posted on Dec 30th, 2016
In this issue:
Looking for (more) Leaders
Dear Neighbors,
Are you interested in contributing to the ongoing well-being of our unique and beautiful neighborhood by serving on the Loch Alpine Improvement Association (LAIA) board of directors? If so, can you let me know, and send me a brief biography by Sunday, January 15, 2017 (at the latest)? 

I am asking because we need three new directors starting in March, due to a few board member terms coming to a close. The terms are for two years and regular meetings are held once a month in the early evening, with additional "executive sessions" held as needed to address important issues. This is an important time for LAIA as we tackle important matters regarding the former Ann Arbor Country Club property. So I urge any of you with a vested interest in maintaining the long-term sustainability of our landscape to run for election to the Board.
Again, if you're interested and available to serve, then please contact me by Sunday, January 15, 2017 with the following: 
  • A statement that you'd like to run
  • A brief bio of your background and what you aim to contribute as a new LAIA board member 
We will be sharing all of the bios with neighbors in a mailing packet prior to the LAIA Annual Meeting, and all neighbors will vote on nominees during the Annual Meeting in March.

You may reach me at lisapappas@lochalpine.org and/or call or text me at (734) 717-4708. 
Thank you for your consideration,
Lisa A. Pappas, LAIA Board Member 
DTE Power Outages and Credit Program
The frequency of power outages in Loch Alpine over the past several months has been frustrating. The LAIA Board has contacted DTE's regional manager to express this frustration and to request that the utility improve service reliability in Loch Alpine. He responded that the neighborhood may be "on tap" for circuit work, but we will be asking for specific actions.
Of interest,  DTE Electric has implemented service quality and reliability standards defined by the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC). These standards provide customers a $25 credit upon request, if their investigation of your request determines you have experienced the following:
A power outage* of more than 16 hours under normal conditions.
An outage* of more than 120 hours under catastrophic conditions
Or eight or more outages* during a 12-month period
*A power outage consists of full or partial loss of service for longer than 5 minutes.
If extraordinary circumstances have prevented DTE Electric from meeting these standards, the company may submit a waiver request to the MPSC for its consideration.
Those who feel that they meet one of the criteria outlined above can submit a credit request via this webpage or by calling (313) 235-7104. 
Loch Alpine Social - December 2016
Posted on Dec 13th, 2016
Play-Group: Friday Dec. 23rd, and Dec. 30th play-group will meet at the Dexter Library for scheduled events beginning at 11:00 am.  If you would like more info you can visit the Dexter Library website (http://www.dexter.lib.mi.us/), or e-mail play-group organizer; Angela Fleishans, afleishans@gmail.com.
Toys for Tots: This is the last week to drop a toy off for Toys for Tots.  Bring donations to 4826 Gifford Ct by Sunday Dec. 18th, and I will get them dropped off on behalf of the neighborhood. (If we are not home, we will have a bin for donations on the porch) You can also call or text Katie at 734-717-1293 with questions.
Caroling: If you're available to go Christmas Caroling around the Neighborhood this Saturday, December 17th, or if you would like to suggest an alternate date please RSVP to RSVPlochalpine@gmail.com
We hope your Holidays are Merry and Bright!
Loch Alpine Board Bulletin - 11/16/2016
Posted on Nov 17th, 2016
  • From your LA Lakes & Grounds Committees:
    Final pick-up for leaf and yard waste is Wednesday, Nov. 30. 
    Waste Management picks up most yard waste material at roadside on trash collection days through November ...
  • Yard Signs
  • Not Registered for the New Loch Alpine Website?
Loch Alpine Social - November 2016
Posted on Nov 14th, 2016
In this issue:
  • Loch Alpine Garden Club Holiday Plant Sale!
  • Loch Alpine Social is running it's second annual Toy Drive!
  • Loch Alpine Play Group
  • Calling all Carolers!
  • Loch Alpine Social Survey
  • Congratulations are in order for Brandon Piersol and his winning Chili!
Click here for the entire issue: Loch Alpine Social - November 2016