LASA  The Loch Alpine Sanitary Authority (LASA) is a public utility providing water and sewer services to the communities of Loch Alpine, Glen Devon and North Delhi Hills. LASA operates totally independent of LAIA. The LASA Board is made up of three Trustees from both Scio and Webster Townships and a representative selected by the LAIA Board.
Loch Alpine Sanitary Authority (LASA)
827 N.Zeeb Rd.  Ann Arbor, MI. 48103
Ph: 734.369.9400          Email: jlivernois@fv-operations.com
For water or sewer emergencies (backups or leaks) call ..............................248.433.8904  NEW
For non-emergencies (next business day response) call …………………… 517.715.9739  NEW
For Account Management/Billing (office hours M-F, 5-8 p.m)………………...734.433.0835
Operations Contractor: F&V Operations and Resource Management, Inc (FVOP)
Plant Operators: Ryan McMahon, p. 734.626.0846, Shane Parquette, p. 269.338.5435
Operator-in-Charge: Jerry Livernois, p. 517.715.9739; Regional Manager: Matthew Hosier, p. 260.409.5902
Chairman of the LASA Board: Jack Knowles (jknowles@sciotownship.org)
Accounts/Billing Manager: Sandy Egeler (segeler@sciotownship.org)
LAIA Representative on LASA Board: David Navarre (david_e_navarre@yahoo.com)
You will be receiving a flyer in the mail from PMI (the installing contractor). They will be asking you to call them to set up an appointment date and time for the installation. You must be home to let the contractor in the house. The contractor will have a PMI ID Badge, be wearing a bright shirt with the PMI logo and have the proper PPE – Mask and gloves. The time required in the house is 15 to 20 minutes. Another 15 minutes outside the house to set up the antenna (in the same location as the current outdoor transmitter). During this time the water will be turned off. Please make sure you respond to the flyer and call PMI (866.965.0657) by the end of October to set up the installation appointment. If you are out of town or unable to set up a date in Oct/Nov, call the number now and let us know when you can let someone in your house to complete the replacement.

LASA Notes

LASA Documents

Sept 2020 - Water meter replacement to begin in October
You will be receiving a flyer in the mail from PMI (the installing contractor). They will be asking you to call them and set up an appointment date and time for the new meter installation. You must be home to let the contractor in the house. Click on the the FAQ in the next column for more info.
August 2020 - Election year brings new LASA Supervisor
Jack Knowles the current LASA Board chairperson is stepping down from his current position as Scio Twp. Supervisor. We thank Jack for all his efforts and will be welcoming a new chairperson after the first of the year.
August 2020 - Water meter replacement contract executed
Expect to see meter replacement in Oct-Dec 2020. The program will be funded by LASA and costs will be recovered by the new meter readings. Replacing the old water meters will require access to the house. More details to follow as the schedule is finalized and all materials are in stock. The process will take about 3 months. Look for more information to follow on this website
May 2020 - 2019 Water Quality Report issued
April 2020 - LASA New Operations Contractor same accounts manager
With the new Operations Contractor where do I send my bill payment? Answer: The bills are processed by the same accts mgr (Sandy) and are to be sent to the same LASA address.
March 2020 - Plant operations contractor is closing its doors at the end of March 2020. - LASA is contracting with a new operator, F&V Operations, and planning to provide a smooth transition of operations work. The Emergency number will be changing. LASA will keep the old number for a year and create a message on the old number referring to the new emergency number as soon as the new number is available. Refer to this website for more info/updates as they become available.
Sept. 2018 - Do we have PFAS in our water system?  The State of Michigan has hired a contractor to sample all public water supplies in Michigan for PFAS.  Our water was sampled in August.  The results of testing conducted indicated no PFAS detected in our water system. For additional information click on the PFAS testing results in the adjacent column.
June 2018 - LASA Documents added
We have added the 2017 Water Quality Report and other documents to address frequently asked questions of our customers. The next column contains the list of documents. Just click on on the file name you want to open/read.

Next Operations meeting
012/11/20  9am  @ Scio Twp Hall

Next Board meeting
1/11/21  7pm  @  Scio Twp Hall 

LASA Rules and Regulations

2021 LASA Meeting Schedule

2019 Water Quality Report

2018 Water Quality Report