|Revised Slurry Seal Schedule|
|Posted on Jul 10th, 2019
REVISED Slurry Seal Schedule
July 11 and 12 on the Following Roads:
Greenook Blvd Prospect Ct
Curlew Lane Greenway Ct
Troon Ct Gifford Ct
Dunbarton Ct Selkirk Ct
Rondo Ct Morrow Ct
Westgate Dr Lake Ct.
Questions, please contact Brian McCall by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 426-4546.
|Scio Trash & Recycling Notice|
|Posted on May 29th, 2019
Very recently, Scio Township residents living in Loch Alpine received a “Trash & Recycling Service Questionnaire” from the township manager, giving notice of the township’s contract with GFL Environmental USA. The questionnaire asks for information from residents about their current trash and recycling service, as well as other information. This has caused some confusion for residents who know that Loch Alpine has a service agreement with Waste Management.
Loch Alpine's contract with Waste Management continues to July 2020; therefore, Loch Alpine will not be changing service to GFL at this time. The Scio Township manager knows this and agrees that our contract with Waste Management will remain in effect for the contract period. Further, there is the possibility the LAIA Board will renew with Waste Management next year, because the Scio contract with GFL does not apply to the Loch Alpine residents in Webster Township. We want only one waste and recycling hauler in order to control traffic, noise and curbside containers on our streets. The Board will continue to explore the best option in the months ahead.
We believed we had the township manager’s agreement that the questionnaire would not be sent to Loch Alpine residents because of the confusion it would cause. Apparently not. In the meantime, you can either ignore the survey, or send it back that you have a contract with Waste Management until July 2020. The township and GFL know that they have to stay out of Loch Alpine for trash service -- at least until July 2020.
|Lakes Treatment Notice|
|Posted on May 3rd, 2019
Every year our lakes are treated for algae and milfoil to maintain appropriate water quality.
Our treatment season begins in May and may continue through October depending on the treatment program that has been selected. The pond will be evaluated at the beginning of each treatment to assess growth patterns as well as target weeds, and will be treated accordingly.
Included in the notification is a sample of the yellow posting signs installed around the shoreline, which includes a list of potential water treatment products and their corresponding swimming and water-use restrictions. These signs should NOT be removed until all restrictions have expired.
Notification on the treatment can be found on our website here.
|Loch Alpine Bulletin - March 29, 2019|
|Posted on Apr 2nd, 2019
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