Loch Alpine Events

LAIA Board Meeting

When: 7:00 PM, Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Where: 3941 Prospect Court
Contact LAIA President Marvin Boluyt (boluytm@gmail.com) for more information.




Recent Web Site Changes

LAIA Board Journal


New LAIA Board Officers

Dear Loch Alpine Residents:

At the LAIA Transitional Board Meeting held on 4/2/14, the following board officers were elected:

President:  Marvin Boluyt

Vice-President: Dino Anastasia

Treasurer: Lucy Cohen

Secretary: Karla Grossman

Committee liaisons and other assignments are contained in the meeting minutes and can be found on the Loch Alpine website.

Note regarding the Dams Project

The contract for the work on both upper and lower dams has been finalized and we expect work to begin soon; stay tuned for exact dates as we receive them.  Residents should expect traffic disruptions particularly along the lower dam as a portion the road will be torn up and repaved.  Residents can also expect a very different aesthetic along the lower dam because all of the trees on the south side of the dam will need to be removed.  It is the intent of the LA Board to consider replanting of a limited number of trees to partially shield the water treatment facility and Huron River Drive from view after the dam project is finished.

Thank you to those residents (most of you) who have paid your dam assessments.  Dam assessments are now past due and liens will be placed on lots whose owners have not arranged a payment plan.

We thank residents for their attendance at the Annual Meeting and we thank you in advance for your support of the new Loch Alpine Board members and officers.  The board appreciates the continued leadership of past board presidents Jeff Miller and Peter Logan on the dams project.

On behalf of the Loch Alpine Board of Directors,

Marvin Boluyt


Waste Management Billing Update

The Waste Management credits due residents as a result of overbillings since our LAIA-WM agreement began in 2007 are (again) promised to be applied on our next quarterly statement. The amount of credits will vary depending on your length of service since 2007; they are listed on the accompanying WM spreadsheet. Please consider paying the current quarterly statement as sent to avoid late fees. NOTE. The "recycleable materials offset" fee is correct, in our agreement and due contrary to our last bulletin. It is an occasional charge when WM is unable to offset their recycle expense; users are billed to make up the difference. 
The amounts to be credited to Loch Alpine resident Waste Management accounts are listed this spreadsheet: Loch Alpine Credits.pdf

Loch Alpine Annual Meeting Results

The Loch Alpine Improvement Association Annual Meeting was held this evening at Webster Township Hall. Here is a summary of meeting results:

The proposed annual assessment of $650 was approved.

Residents Dino Anastasia, Lucy Cohen, Karla Grossman, Chevon Rogers and Randall Torno were elected to the Board of Directors.

Loch Alpine Awards were given to Peter Logan (for work on the Dams Renovation Project) and Steve DeWolfe (for many years of reliable service keeping Loch Alpine's roads clear during the winter, especially this year!.


LASA Public Hearing - April 7, 2014

The Loch Alpine Sanitary Authority will hold a public hearing on the proposed water system improvements project for the purpose of receiving comments from interested persons. The hearing will be held at 7:00 p.m. on April 7, 2014, at the Webster Township Hall, 5665 Webster Church Road, Dexter, MI 48130.

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Updated Annual Meeting Info & Waste Management Billing Info

Loch Alpine Improvement Association 3/21/2014 Hello Neighbors, We have a few things to share with you today: Updated Proxy/Ballot and your Waste Management Bill. Updated Proxy/Ballot- Mailed to you was an updated Proxy/Ballot for the Annual Meeting scheduled Wednesday, March 26, 2014. You will find 2 additional Candidates added to the original 3 Candidates for the now 5 available Board positions. 4 of the newly elected Board members will serve 2 year terms and the 5th member will serve a 1 year term, completing the term of a member vacated because of health reasons. The Board will assign the 1 year term to one of the elected Board members. If already submitted, previous Ballots are valid and will be included in the vote count. If you have not already submitted your ballot, please use the attached updated Proxy/Ballot. Bios of all our Candidates will be posted on our website www.lochalpine.org and in this email.

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