Board Journal
Board Bulletin January 12
Posted on Jan 12th, 2021

Scio Publishes GFL Service Details 
In its latest newsletter, Scio Township published some Frequently Asked Questions about its new service contract with GFL Environmental, now the exclusive waste and recycling hauler in the township.  The information includes details about the new residential collection rate, which will apply to all Loch Alpine households, and how residents 65 years and older, or a disabled veteran, can apply for a 5% discount on the collection rate. There also is contact information for GFL customer service questions and complaints. 
LAIA Seeking Candidates for Board
The LAIA Board of Directors manages the assets and finances of the Loch Alpine community for the Members. Directors and committees volunteer their time and skills to keep the roads in good condition, the lakes clean, parks and greenspaces attractive, social events happening, safety and communication proactive.
Directors serve a 2-year term of office. Candidates are elected (or re-elected) and announced at the March Annual Meeting. This year, there are 3 Director openings to be filled.  As the LAIA By-Laws specify that 2 candidates should be presented for each opening, we are encouraging LAIA Members to consider running for the Board.
We hope you’ll consider -- it may be your time to help manage our unique neighborhood. Many of you moved into Loch Alpine just a few years ago, or longer.  You may have ideas to make the community more welcoming and active for residents young and old.  Please contact the Board at to inquire about serving your community. Thank you!