At the end of December the LAIA Board organized action teams to explore different courses of action for the neighborhood to consider regarding the sale of the AACC properties. The Action Team Kickoff Document provides background on team charges and their focus. The teams have been working diligently and are continuing their work, and a near term goal is to provide an update to the membership during the annual Members meeting in March. The focus for each team should be to provide Members with sufficient detail and data in their proposed areas so that Members can make informed decisions about any option presented, and arrive at a plan of action that can be supported by the majority of the neighborhood. The Board appreciates their efforts and the time they are spending working on the neighborhood’s behalf.
The Board sent a follow up communication to Mr. Whaley on January 15, and to date we have received no reply. The Board has also provided updates and been in contact with our attorneys, both townships, LASA, and representatives of our neighboring communities.
We Want You to Join the Board
The 2016 Board of Directors will represent Loch Alpine residents during the extremely crucial years to come. The LAIA Board of Directors is hoping to offer residents a robust group of candidates for the Board to elect at the annual meeting. We will elect four 2-year board directors and one 1-year board director.
If you are interested in being a candidate for one of the five openings on the Board, please contact Nominating Committee chair Randall Torno at 424-2789 or email@example.com. We will need to have candidate bios by February 15.
Upcoming LASA Work
Utility marker flags along Northgate and Holly Way have been placed for the Loch Alpine Sanitary Authority water main replacement work. The project that will begin later this month as weather allows. More detailed information and timeline will follow soon.