Board Bulletin: March 5, 2020
Posted on Mar 5th, 2020
LAIA Annual Meeting is Wednesday, March 25, at Webster Township Hall. Sign-in starts at 7:00 p.m., the meeting will convene at 7:30. All association members should have received the Annual Meeting packet, which includes the formal notice and meeting agenda, the proposed budget for the fiscal year April 2020 – March 2021, brief bios on each of the candidates for the Board of Directors Committee reports, and the absentee/proxy ballot.
If you have not received your Annual Meeting packet, call Select Community Management (734) 663-1900 or email email@example.com.
The results are in for the Loch Alpine Lakes Fishing Survey, which was promoted to the community in December and January. There were a total of 20 respondents from all over the neighborhood and with varying experiences and opinions about fishing on our lakes.
The collective responses will help determine whether there is a need to improve fish management in our lakes, such as restocking or habitat changes to support feeding and spawning.
To read the responses to the survey, please click here.
LASA Changing Plant Operations
After several months seeking a new systems operator, Loch Alpine Sanitary Authority (LASA) will enter into a contract with F&V Operations and Resource Management, based in Grand Rapids, effective April 1.
LASA contact numbers for emergencies and billing will remain the same until further details are communicated from LASA. To learn more about F&V Operations, please see the website at www.fv-operations.com.
The Board is very appreciative of the many years of dedicated service from Magnum Plant Services Manager Dan Geyer and LASA Plant Operator David Ruhlig!
Farewell Linda, Hail Dino!
Longtime Loch Alpine resident Linda Goldberg resigned from the Board of Directors last month preceding her move to Oregon to enjoy much more time with her grandchildren. We are happy for her, but her intelligence, expertise in legal matters, assistance with the Communications Committee, and her pleasant company shall be missed.
At the February Board meeting, former director and past president Dino Anastasia accepted appointment to the Board to fulfill the remaining year of Linda’s term. Thank you, Linda and Dino!