The Board of Directors manages the assets and finances of the Loch Alpine community for the Members. 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. It’s a limited amount of time required: a monthly 2-1⁄2 hour meeting plus regular email correspondence to discuss issues and conduct business. If you can devote a bit more time and energy, perhaps you’ll lead a committee or a special project.
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. You may have ideas to make the community more welcoming and active for residents young and old. Please contact LAIA Board of Directors President Brian Daugherty, email@example.com, (734) 756-0442, or any current Board Director to discuss this opportunity. Add your name to the list of many special Loch Alpine volunteers. Your friends and neighbors will sincerely thank you.
LAIA Annual Meeting Set for March 23
Mark your calendars… Loch Alpine’s annual meeting for Association Members will be held Thursday, March 23, beginning at 7:30 pm. For the first time in four years, the Board is planning to host the meeting in person at Webster Township Hall -- contingent on public health conditions. Voting can be done at the meeting or by absentee ballot.
At least 20 days prior, members will receive the Annual Meeting packet including your ballot with proxy option, as well as the agenda, summary budget, candidates for Board of Directors, year-end reports from LAIA committees, and more. There will be three openings for directors.
Social Committee congratulates the champions of the 2022 Holiday Lights in Loch Alpine.
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- Waste and recycling containers must be removed from streets soon after collection to ensure good snow plowing in front of all residences.
- Cars should not be parked on the side of our streets during snowy weather because they make it difficult for plows to clear the roads.
- If you hire a plow service for your driveway, you are responsible to clear snow that gets pushed into the road after plowing that causes icy spots or requires extra street plowing.
More Service Opportunities
The Loch Alpine Sanitary Authority (LASA) seeks a resident to join the Authority’s Operating Committee. Please contact David Navarre at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to know more about this position, or if you have other questions or concerns about LASA operations and service.
Webster Township is looking to fill vacancies on its Planning Commission, Compensation Commission and Board of Review. To see what these boards do, please visit the township website at www.webstermi.us for further information.