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:
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.
Webster Township Hall
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
LAIA Board Journal
Neighborhood Yard Sale
Just a reminder - the Neighborhood-wide Yard Sale is this weekend! Previews tonight (Friday) from 6pm-9pm, and official sale tomorrow (Saturday) from 9:00am - 3:00pm
Click here to download/print your copy of the map! And here to view the list of items. Note: On the list there's a column "F" for Friday Preview and a participation "Y" for yes, and "N" for no.
Community Garden Clean-up
***Date Change: The Community Garden Clean-up has been rescheduled to Friday, May 27th at 10:00am. Meet at the Pavilion in Loch Alpine Park.
Following the clean-up is a Garden Club potluck at Adrienne Royce's home (4415 Crestline Dr) - open to anyone in the neighborhood, especially those interested in joining the Garden Club. The potluck will start around 1:00pm. IMPORTANT: Please e-mail Adrienne at email@example.com to RSVP and let her know what you are bringing by May 23rd.
All water services in the project areas have been transferred to the new system. Restoration is ongoing. The existing mains need to be disconnected from the system at the following locations:
- Woodland and East Loch Alpine
- Bridgeway and East Loch Alpine
- Dawson and West Loch Alpine
- Greenook Blvd at West Loch Alpine (two)
A water service interruption is scheduled for Monday, 5/16/16. The work will consist of disconnecting the old main on Woodland from the system at East Loch Alpine. The existing valve does not appear to be working. The shutdown will begin sometime after 9:00 a.m. and last up to two hours. Water service will be restored by the end of the day.
The affected customers are outlined on the attached map: Service Interruption Map 5-16-16
The decommissioned hydrants will be removed.
ROAD WORK on Monday, 5/16, a contractor will be filling all the larger pavement cracks on the entire East and South Loch Alpine Drives in preparation for the chip-sealing of these same streets, which is scheduled to begin soon, as early as 5/23.
From Wednesday, 5/18, thru Friday, 5/20, street and driveway pavements and curbing will be repaved at all the sites disturbed by the LASA water main upgrade project work. Areas are being marked with bold paint. If you suspect that an area is overlooked (not marked, obvious paving fault/flaw) please contact Ted Erickson by email asap with the address/location.
There will be some temporary roadway blockages during this work. Please be prepared to drive with extra time and caution as some delay and/or detour may be encountered.
In this issue of the Lore:
- Upcoming Events
- Garden Club
- Did You Know?
Questions about this project should be directed to Ted Erickson, (734) 657-4925, TErickson@processresults.com
Service connections on Northgate are complete. It appears that St. Andrews and Holly Way will be complete by the end of the week as well.
The new water main will be tied in at Joy and Northgate on Friday. This will necessitate interrupting water service to the homes on Northgate between St. Andrews and Joy. The service interruption will begin sometime after 9:00 am and last a couple of hours. We will coordinate the exact timing with the affected residents. Water will be back on by 5:00 pm.
Installation of service lines has begun in the Greenook/ Dawson/ Huron Ct area. They are installing the service pipe under the roads ahead of the tie in crew. The actual service transfers in this area will begin early next week.
If there are interrupted irrigation systems or dog fences, please let us know. We have heard from several residents and have developed a list for repair. We want to make sure we address all such matters.
Loch Alpine Sanitary Authority