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HIGHLAND LAKES

CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION

November 2017
November 2017
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Highland Lakes
Management Section
Highland Lakes Board of Directors

Guy Balok, President


Michelle Todorov, Vice President
Sandy Nolan, Secretary
Ann Creviston, Treasurer
Kathleen Connor, Director
Margaret (Peggy) Zonca, Director
Kathy Baldwin, Director
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HIGHLAND LAKES CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION DIRECTORY
20301 Silver Spring Drive, Northville, MI 48167
Phone: 248-349-4006 E-mail: clubhouse@hlca.us
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Guy Balok, President................... 734-667-3507 Margaret (Peggy) Zonca, Director.248-348-5283
Michelle Todorov, Vice President...248-380-1611 Kathleen Connor, Director............248-207-6417
Ann Creviston, Treasurer..............248-894-4961 Kathy Baldwin, Director.............. 248-974-6688
Sandy Nolan, Secretary............... 248-349-3587

PERSONNEL
Joe Poma........................................Property Manager Guinevere Eatmon........Senior Receptionist (Notary)
Emily Lutzenkirchen.....Publications & Records Assistant Alexis Jackson......................................Receptionist
Sharon Englund.......................................Bookkeeper Terry Duke............................................Receptionist
COMMITTEE INFORMATION
COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON PHONE BOARD LIAISON
Clubhouse Barb Balok 734-667-3507 Sandy Nolan, Kathy Baldwin &
Ann Creviston

Court Liaison Joel Lutz 248-349-6782 Peggy Zonca & Sandy Nolan

Engineering Tom Werner 248-349-4459 Kathleen Connor & Peggy Zonca

Community Social Brad Todorov 248-380-1611 Guy Balok, Kathy Baldwin, Sandy
Nolan & Michelle Todorov

Finance Joyce Elvy 248-349-1747 Kathleen Connor & Ann Creviston

Grounds Joel Lutz 248-349-6782 Kathleen Connor & Peggy Zonca

Herald ----- ----- Kathleen Connor, Guy Balok, &


Sandy Nolan

Ecology Cathy Watkins 248-765-2327 Guy Balok & Michelle Todorov

Pool Rosemary Campion 248-349-8227 Guy Balok, Kathleen Connor,


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RV Hugh Battley 248-349-4841 Michelle Todorov

Tennis Carol Shields 248-305-7123 Michelle Todorov


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HIGHLAND LAKES CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING MINUTES - October 16, 2017
The monthly meeting of the Board of Directors of Highland Lakes Condominium Association was held on the
third Monday of the month, in accordance with the By-Laws of the Association. President Guy Balok called the
October 16, 2017 regular meeting of the Board of Directors to order at 7:00 pm.
Attendance
The following Directors were present: Guy Balok, Sandy Nolan, Ann Creviston, Kathy Baldwin, Michelle Todorov
and Peggy Zonca. Kathleen Connor was excused. Also present were Joe Poma, Property Manager, and Emily
Lutzenkirchen, Publications and Records Assistant. Approximately 7 Co-Owners attended.

Approval of Minutes: Board Action: Motion by Michelle Todorov, support


by Ann Creviston, to approve the financial report of
Board Action: Motion by Michelle Todorov, support September 18, 2017. All in favor. Motion passed.
by Kathy Baldwin, to approve and file the minutes of
the September 18, 2017, executive session of the Board Clubhouse Committee Report: page 12
of Directors, along with the change to page 4. All in
favor. Motion passed. Board Action: Motion by Ann Creviston, support by
Sandy Nolan, to approve the Clubhouse Committee
Financial Report: report of October 2, 2017. All in favor. Motion passed.
Joe Poma reported. Court Liaison Committee Report: page 13
The Association, based on the end of the fiscal year Discussion: Guy commented that he will be presenting
report of September 2017, is favorable both month and a power-point presentation with ideas he has seen
year. Mostly due to the fact that there were virtually no regarding the processing of trash in complexes that may
write-off expenses for the entire year of 2016-17. be applicable to Highland Lakes at the next committee
meeting on November 2, 2017.
Income is favorable due mostly to the AT&T report but
also interest and Herald income. Board Action: Motion by Sandy Nolan, support by Ann
Creviston, to approve the Court Liaison Committee
Administrative expense is favorable $23,400 due to lack report of October 5, 2017. All in favor. Motion passed.
of write-offs. Administrative payroll is favorable due to
being down one employee. Security payroll is favorable Engineering Committee Report: page 14
$968.
Board Action: Motion by Michelle Todorov, support
Utility Expense is favorable $34 but the water bills have by Peggy Zonca, to approve the Engineering report of
not been received yet. October 10, 2017, and the recommendations to approve
#1-6. All in favor. Motion Passed.
Clubhouse and Pool account is favorable $1,155 due to
favorable lifeguard wages, lack of repairs needed, and Ecology Committee Report: page 15
low cost of supplies.
Board Action: Motion by Peggy Zonca, support by
Grounds expense account is favorable $6,168 due to no Sandy Nolan, to approve the Ecology Committee report
major vehicle repairs and no common ground expenses of October 10, 2017. All in favor. Motion passed.
due to the lack of need for mulch and lawn restoration.
Fuel supply for lawn equipment was purchased in Grounds Committee Report: page 16
October. Discussion:
Maintenance repair account remains unfavorable due Bullet #1: Michelle asked if any other quotes have been
to high incidents of basement wall repairs. received besides SunGlo. Joe did attempt to get other
There were no insurance losses in the year 2016-17, and bids but there were no takers.
workmans comp insurance, employee benefits, real Bullet #3: A private service has not been retained to
property tax, and payroll taxes are all favorable. clean up the northeast corner of Silver Spring Lake at
The report shows the usual expenses for the asphalt this time. The Association usually hires Labor Ready
program and the clubhouse renovation. All this in the spring to rake it out. The sentence needs to be
translated to a favorable position of $29,898 month-to- removed from the minutes.
date and $85,602 year-to-date. Bullet #6: Sandy asked Cathy what her plans are for the
Valiant Court island. She replied that they have a simple

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design and the plants chosen.
Board Action: Motion by Ann Creviston, support
by Sandy Nolan, to approve the Grounds Committee
report of October 9, 2017, and to strike the last sentence
under bulletin #3. All in favor. Motion passed.
Co-Owners Forum:
A co-owner noticed that the pump in Silver Spring
Lake is still on. The pump is shut off around this time
of year for the winter months. Joe will make sure it is
turned off.
DTE is still in the process of filling the holes they created.
They are done trenching and piping and should be
done filling the holes within the next couple of weeks.
The holes along with some smaller boxes installed are
a tripping hazard. Please be aware of where you are
walking. The longer term plan is how DTE will mask
the boxes they installed around Crystal Lake Dr. The
foreman told Joe they will come up with a landscaping
plan.
Earl and Ralph have been told that it is time for boats to
be seized. Joe has had a couple residents state that they
know their boats need to be removed from the lake but
are still in the water because there is no space on the
boat racks.
Allied Asphalt will be returning to the Association to
finish the dumpster pad located at the clubhouse and
the catch basin on Lagoon Ct.
Some residents are sensitive to the smoke created by
food smoker machines and questioned if there is a
rule in the by-laws stating that they cannot be used.
Smokers are a widely used product and if used properly
and within the rules of distance from the building then
they can be used.
Management Report: pages 9-11
Joe Poma reported.
Discussion: When you turn your water main back
on from being turned off you may get a blast of air
when you first open your faucets. It is harmless but Joe
recommends that the first time you turn the water main
on bleed the faucet by slowly rotating counterclockwise
until the air stops hissing and you get fresh water out.
Check your supply lines, if any show leaks or rusting
around the copper unions, it is time to replace those
lines.
A clarification was made that flooring will be put in
the closets. The closets are part of phase two of the
clubhouse renovations.
The Meeting adjourned at 7:30 pm.

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MANAGEMENT REPORT
TO: Board of Directors, Co-Owners RE: Property Managers Report
FROM: Joe Poma, Property Manager DATE: October 16, 2017

1. Green Energy: There was a green energy study done at the clubhouse a few years ago, but until we started the renovations,
I never realized how many products are available to save our homeowners money and time with maintenance. Many people,
including myself, are skeptical when a new product comes out, thinking that it will not be as good as what came before it.
When the lighting industry announced that incandescent bulbs were being phased out, there was an industry panic because
the new technology, circuitry and wiring seemed to make the bulb larger and out of place in a chandelier or other lighting
fixture. I still cant find an LED nightlight that will work in most of the old night light housings and the compact fluorescent
bulbs that provided reduced energy use and a longer life was a short-lived idea itself. They had special instructions for dis-
posal of a burned out bulb and emitted high heat, plus they were larger than the incandescent bulbs. The LED bulbs how-
ever, are amazing. Some of the benefits of an LED bulb include long life (up to 10 years), no emitted heat, vibration-proof
and most of all, they use a fraction of the energy as an incandescent. I think the best feature is that because they emit no heat
and use less energy, you can use a higher luminosity equivalent in a fixture that used to have a maximum output of 60 watts,
so technically, you can use an LED that has a 75-100W incandescent equivalent of light. Whenever buying an LED, always
ask the sales associate if it will work in your specific fixture. Any light in your home that is on often or constantly, such as
living room lighting and exterior safety lighting is perfect for LEDs. They even offer an antique looking retro bulb for older
fixtures and candelabra bulbs for chandeliers. The savings from using LED bulbs are noticeable almost immediately. Other
efficient changes to your home include tankless hot water heaters, high efficiency furnaces, programmable thermostats and
water-saving shower heads, faucets and toilets. Tankless hot water heaters have come a long way in development and there
are a ton of options available based on your usage. The old concern that you will run out of hot water during a shower or
if several appliances are used at once is no longer the case, so long as you choose an option based on your daily usage and
routine. By eliminating the tank, your water heater is reduced to the size of a suitcase in most applications and mounted
on a basement wall. It removes the pilot light and the constant heating and re-heating of water that is waiting to be used
and therefore saves a lot of money. When you turn on a hot water source, cold water is piped through the water heater and
heated on demand. Prices range from $350 to over $1000, so they are actually comparable to a pricey hot water heater
of today. The higher priced options are designed to provide hot water for a higher volume home. Along the same lines,
modern day shower heads that use 1.2 gallons per minute or newer toilets save on water costs. Realize that as co-owners,
you do indeed pay for water and natural gas by way of your assessment. Utilities at Highland Lakes cost you $115.70 on
average every month, so by being more energy conscious, our community as a whole can save on their assessments. The
furnaces that came with the units when the community was built are about 60% efficient and you would be surprised how
many we still have. Using a furnace that is that old can be both costly and present safety problems such as a rusted heat
exchanger and the likelihood of carbon monoxide discharge. Standing pilot lights, debris, scale and corrosion and lack of
proper maintenance can make operation of the furnace very expensive. Even by installing a new furnace that has an 80%
efficiency, you can save money and reduce the footprint of the furnace in the basement. Plus, you do not have to go through
the engineering committee if the furnace is under 90% and involves no exhaust or intake piping modifications to the exterior
wall. Although 90%+ efficiency furnaces require engineering approval, this is mainly because they require PVC piping to
be installed through the common element and remove the exhausting through the chimney. Very high efficiency furnaces ex-
haust water vapor as opposed to the traditional gases through ordinary combustion. They operate at a fraction of the cost of
the originals. Finally, programmable thermostats allow a co-owner to program a specific heating and cooling level. Rather
than adjusting the thermostat up or down at different parts of the day, you can adjust it automatically. The most common use
for this technology is to program your furnace to reduce the temperature downward when you are sleeping or at work. If
nobody is home, why should you keep the house at 72 degrees for 8 hours? You can program the thermostat to dial the heat
down to 60-65 a half hour after you go to work and turn it back on one hour before you come home; the same thing with
the overnight hours. Our natural gas budget at Highland Lakes is over $350,000 per year. There is a wide variety of other
products that I havent discussed in this section, but even if you are not planning to do any of it now, consider it when you
go to replace something. You have the added benefit of installing something that saves you money and is long lasting at the
same time.

2. Unit Winterization: Every year at about this time, I remind co-owners to take certain steps that will prevent pipe bursts
during the winter months, improve efficiency and air quality and ensure that there are no fire hazards with the advent of the
colder weather. Of particular importance to those that take extended vacations, leave for Florida or travel for the holidays,
is the need to turn off the water supply to the condominium. This is most easily accomplished by turning off the main valve

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MANAGEMENT REPORT
TO: Board of Directors, Co-Owners RE: Property Managers Report
FROM: Joe Poma, Property Manager DATE: October 16, 2017

in the basement. I would suggest that if you are leaving the condominium un-attended for more than a weekend, you should
consider doing this. When water pipes burst, it is due to a few things: 1) the furnace ceases to operate because of a mal-
function such as an electrical or pilot problem, 2) the furnace does not turn on because the thermostat batteries are dead, 3)
even though the unit is heated, a water pipe running through the outside wall was not shut off from the inside, such as the
exterior water spigot, 4) the supply lines that feed the sinks and toilet are old and fail under the pressure. With that in mind,
change your thermostat batteries, remove the access cover to the furnace and vacuum the dust and debris near the pilot
assembly. Check for rust, corrosion and whether there is uniformity in the flame coming out of the heat exchanger. Better
yet, call a local HVAC company such as those that advertise in the Herald and for under $100, you can usually get the entire
furnace cleaned and serviced, prolonging the life of the appliance. Furnaces should be set to no lower than 55 degrees when
you are away. If you have old water supply lines feeding the sinks and toilet, consider replacing them; the cost is under $10
and many of the insurance claims that are over $50,000 were caused by a toilet supply line that burst on the second floor
and ran for days, or even while the resident was away at work. In the basement, where the water pipe goes through the wall
to supply the outside spigot, there should be a stop valve near the wall. Close the valve to turn off the supply to the outside
of the unit and test the valve by trying to turn on the patio water spigot. If the spigot still runs or there is a steady stream of
water, replace the valve. Turning off the water supply to the condominium when you leave for an extended time is the best
solution and it takes a matter of seconds, but remember that unless the furnace is operational during your absence, a water
pipe can technically still freeze between the basement wall and the main shut off valve. As far as indoor air quality and ef-
ficiency, replace your furnace filter every 90 days at the least. There is a large difference between a $14 filter and a $2 filter,
which is spelled out on the packaging. Most of the filters come with a MERV rating; the higher the number, the more
types of allergens and micro-particles the filter will remove. It is money well spent. If you opt to have your furnace tuned-
up by a professional company, something that is strongly recommended, they will provide the filter as part of that service. A
company will remove scaling and corrosion from the flame assemblies, vacuum the system and service the pilot assembly
if needed by replacing the thermocouple or cleaning the flame element. Dont forget about the hot water tank either. When
people leave a unit un-attended, the hot water sits in the tank and is constantly re-heated. The first thing to happen when its
time to replace a hot water tank is when the bottom rusts out and the basement floor is flooded. If its a standing pilot, there
should be a safety valve that automatically shuts off the gas supply when the pilot goes out or when the tank empties and has
no further water pressure, but these often fail over the years. Vacuum around the hot water tank to remove all of the dust
and debris and if you are leaving, turn the temperature knob to the vacation setting or lowest heat setting. By turning off
the main water supply to the unit, if the water tank fails, the basement will only be flooded to the extent of the water in the
tank; i.e. 50 gallons. While you are in the basement vacuuming, you might as well clean the dryer lint screen and vacuum
around that appliance also. Make sure that the dryer vent pipe is unobstructed. They sell brushes at Home Depot that you
can use to clean the pipe by removing the flex hose from the rigid pipe that exits through the basement wall. On the main
and upper levels of the unit, change your smoke detector batteries at least once per year. If the smoke detector is beyond its
useful life, replace it. Do the same with the carbon monoxide detector if applicable. Most all, with regard to fire safety and
air quality, clean your fireplace. Call a reputable chimney sweep and if the appliance is used at all during the year, clean it
once per year. This is especially important with wood burning fireplaces that burn hotter and line the chimney with flam-
mable creosote. Most fires that originate from the fireplace are chimney fires caused by lack of cleaning. Looking up the
flue is not enough because the creosote lines the chimney walls and still appears to be unobstructed. An overheated chim-
ney sets the surrounding wall, attic and rooftop on fire. The Heatilator fireplaces at Highland Lakes were never constructed
to permit glass doors on the fireplace and had venting on the top and bottom to pull fresh living room air into the fireplace
to aid in combustion and lower the temperature in the chimney. As Ive said before, closing glass doors on a burning fire
and blocking the air vents to the fireplace is the equivalent of wrapping your car radiator in a blanket and driving down the
freeway. It will overheat. Gas fireplaces burn cooler, but they still need to be maintained just like your furnace. Although
wood burning fireplaces are far more dangerous to operate, in both cases, any obstruction can cause a fire. The birds have
7+ months to build combustible nests in the chimney caps and pipes. Everything I have mentioned in this section is low
cost, but will prevent something astronomical. It may also be offset by lower energy bills and increased safety that benefits
the entire property; something to think about.

3. Clubhouse Renovations: Phase #1 of the renovation is complete and we are now embarking on Phase #2, which includes
the Billiard Room, interiors of hall closets, Fitness Center, and portions of the supply room and Highland Room. The Bil-

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MANAGEMENT REPORT
TO: Board of Directors, Co-Owners RE: Property Managers Report
FROM: Joe Poma, Property Manager DATE: October 16, 2017

liard Room renovation is the highlight of this phase. All of the paneled walls and ceiling are coming down and are being
replaced with modern day drywall, a new drop ceiling, new light fixtures, refurbished pool tables, new couches / chairs,
additional seating, billiard equipment, window treatments and carpeting throughout. Old steel coat racks and hotel-style
hangers are being replaced with an armoire. The coffee station, located at the entrance to the Billiard Room has been
relocated to the new kitchen off of the back hallway. The old office supply room that is off of the Highland Room is being
partitioned and converted to a new chair room which replaces the old location near the kitchen. This will facilitate the set-up
of tables and chairs by placing them closer to where they are usually needed. Most of the old chair room near the kitchen
will be a new office supply room with all of the coffee and cleaning supplies. A lesser portion of that room will serve as
an expansion of the fitness center. The Fitness Center is receiving new interlocking carpet pads / flooring, new and freshly
painted walls, a new ceiling and an expansion into the old chair room. Newer equipment is also being looked in to. The
2nd phase is scheduled to be substantially finished by the middle of December, which means that much of the Billiard and
Fitness rooms will be offline until that time. Your patience is appreciated and we figured that by doing this during the colder
months, we could minimize the inconvenience during the period of lower traffic. As you walk into the clubhouse, you will
also notice that our maintenance staff has been busy replacing and painting all of the woodwork around the exterior and
under the eaves. New exit lights have also been installed. These repairs of course will pale in comparison to the $100,000
pool renovation budget we have for next spring. New marcite in both pools, new computers for the equipment room, chlori-
nators, tile work and a wide variety of other upgrades will put the finishing touch on our most heavily used amenity.

4. Landscaping: 1) With DTE being mostly done with their cable work throughout the property, I want to let the co-owners
know that it is the responsibility of DTE to re-landscape areas that were damaged by grading, seeding and restoring areas
where they trenched and installed cables and boxes. I realize that the large boxes around Crystal Lake Drive are unsightly
and they have advised that they will speak with us about a landscape plan; maybe bushes or trees that will better hide the
boxes as AT&T has done in the past. As I stated before, this should greatly reduce the number of power outages you have
had over the years. 2) The east end of Crystal Lake is increasingly overgrown with brush every year and we are taking no-
tice of it. I signed a contract with Water Landscapes and consulted with the Ecology Committee as to how we can make the
area look better to residents of Whitman, Mariner and Neptune. There are two separate considerations. One is the
lagoon area that is the main focus of the work and the other is the hillside behind Neptune Court. The lagoon area has
always remained rather natural, kind of like a wetland habitat with cattails, bushes, grasses and trees, but they are getting
much too high and are choked with invasive buckthorn trees. The contract calls for a thinning out of the plants along the
shoreline without de-stabilizing the shore or causing soil erosion. All of the buckthorn is scheduled to be removed, along
with the removal of a good portion of the cattails and cutting back of the brush around the lake. This should enhance the
lake view and remove the invasive species at the same time. As for the Neptune hillside, there are some cherry trees and
good vegetation, but there is also ivy, invasive crown vetch, buckthorn and an inaccessible area to our lawn equipment. We
will be attempting to do some of this in-house and may also stabilize the hillside with some native Sumac. Details will fol-
low.

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HIGHLAND LAKES COMMITTEE REPORT
COMMITTEE: Clubhouse Committee MEETING DATE: October 2, 2017
MEMBERS PRESENT: GUESTS PRESENT:
Barbara Balok, Chairperson Sandy Nolan, Board Liaison
Cheryl Huizing Guy Balok, Board President
Judy Nakdimen Ann Creviston, Board Liaison
Tom Werner
Rosemary Campion
Elaine Anderson

SUBJECTS DISCUSSED:
1. Renovation Update. Floor in hallway and part of kitchen complete. Committee members will be shopping for kitchen
utensils and towels.

2. Rental Check List. Considered problems with follow-up after rentals and possible changes to the check-off form. Will
discuss further at future meeting.

3. Library Maintenance. 10:00 am, Saturday, October 7, 2017.

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD: none

NEXT MEETING: Monday, November 6, 2017 at 7:00 pm


Submitted by Judy Nakdimen

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HIGHLAND LAKES COMMITTEE REPORT
COMMITTEE: Court Liaison Committee MEETING DATE: October 5, 2017
MEMBERS PRESENT: Barb Evans GUESTS PRESENT:
Joel Lutz, Chairperson Dianne Hartman Peggy Zonca, Board Liaison
Diane Pittaway, Co-Chair Lela Lutz Guy Balok, Board President
Barb Adams, Secretary Sue Misiulis Kathy Baldwin, Board
Mike Baynes Bob Nulty Luther Evans
Sharon Smith Carolyn Toyer Phyllis Nulty
Stanley Savitskie Andrea Valle Michelle Savitskie
Tom Werner Gaida Werner
Barb Balok

SUBJECTS DISCUSSED:

1. Our potluck meeting was a successful event, great food was served and we had a good time. Thanks to Stan S. for the phone
work and Diane P. for coordinating the event.

2. Welcome to Barb Balok for taking on the task of Court Liaison for Ironwood Ct. Acknowledgment also made of Gayathri
Rao's assumption of the Court Liaison roll for Dorothy Gay Court.

3. Currently, Dearborn and Aqueduct Courts are without Court Liaisons (Dearborn has not had a volunteer for six months
now). Eddington Place needs backup this month.

4. Guy Balok is going to attend our next meeting to present a Power-Point program with ideas he has seen regarding the pro-
cessing of trash in complexes that maybe applicable to Highland Lakes.

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD: none

NEXT MEETING: Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 7:00 pm


Submitted by Barb Adams, Secretary

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HIGHLAND LAKES COMMITTEE REPORT
COMMITTEE: Engineering Committee MEETING DATE: October 10, 2017
MEMBERS PRESENT: GUESTS PRESENT:
Thomas A. Werner, Chairperson Peggy Zonca, Board Liaison
Lorraine Scully Joe Poma, Property Manager
Stan Savitskie Debra Behrmann
Kim Behrmann

MODIFICATION REQUESTS REVIEWED:

1 Unit 46 Railing 4 Unit 335 Railing


Installation by: Novi Fence Installation by: Novi Fence
Meets HLCA Requirements Meets HLCA Requirements
Notes: Notes:

2 Unit 292 satellite dish 5 Unit 347 Railing


Installation by: DishTV Installation by: Novi Fence
Meets HLCA Requirements Meets HLCA Requirements
Notes: Notes:

3 Unit 302 Railing 6 Unit 143 Load Bearing Wall


Installation by: Anchor Fence Inc. Installation by: Royston Design & Contracting
Meets HLCA Requirements Meets HLCA Requirements
Notes: Notes: pre-approved by the board 10/11/2017

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD: To approve modifications #1-6

NEXT MEETING: Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at 3:00 pm


Submitted by Tom Werner, Chairperson

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HIGHLAND LAKES COMMITTEE REPORT
COMMITTEE: Ecology Committee MEETING DATE: October 10, 2017
MEMBERS PRESENT: GUESTS PRESENT:
Cathy Watkins, Chairperson Joe Poma, Property Manager
Liz Gannon, Co-Chair Guy Balok, Board Liaison
Diane Pittaway
Judy Nakdimen
Sharon Smith
Stan Roberson
Elaine Anderson

SUBJECTS DISCUSSED:
1. Woods update: we are removing buckthorn across the path that have berries and would like maintenance to let us know how
to size it for ease of pick up.

2. We looked at the buckthorn and other plant material in the lagoon of Crystal Lake. We are wondering if they are cutting or
cutting and treating the buckthorn. Joe will find out and let us know.

3. Discussed planting seeds in a section of the woods that is cleared of weeds and buckthorn. We will locate a seed source and
check availability.

4. It was agreed to ask Jeff Fidge to recreate his tree inventory. This identified the ornamental trees, and what would be the best
course of action: removal or maintenance.

5. We created a list of concerns and interest the Ecology Committee has to present at the annual Board meeting for what to look
at around the complex. These will be presented at the meeting in October.

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD: none

NEXT MEETING: Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at 7:00 pm


Submitted by Cathy Watkins, Chairperson

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HIGHLAND LAKES COMMITTEE REPORT
COMMITTEE: Grounds Committee MEETING DATE: October 9, 2017
MEMBERS PRESENT: GUESTS PRESENT:
Joel Lutz, Chairperson Peggy Zonca, Board Liaison
Elaine Anderson Guy Balok, Board President
Judy Nakdimen Joe Poma, Property Manager
Earl Smith Cathy Watkins
Richard Wilson
Rosemary Campion
Stan Roberson

SUBJECTS DISCUSSED:
1. Seven Mile Sign: Township is requiring an architectural base with the sign worked into it, suggesting something like the Club
House sign at a smaller scale. Construction quotes are being solicited. Landscaping plan also required for approval.

2. Weeds in Swan Harbour Lake beach area: Elise Brady has been trying to rake out some of the weeds in this area, thank you.

3. Stan Roberson noted the accumulation of fallen leaves and trash in the northeast corner of Silver Spring Lake.

There is a plan for clearing the overgrowth of the slope on the east edge of Crystal Lake.
4.
Earl Smith will remove annuals after the first winter frosts.
5.
Cathy Watkins presented a landscaping plan for the Valiant Court island. After discussion the plan was approved by the com-
6. mittee. Implementation and maintenance to be supported by Valiant Court co-owners and the Ecology Committee.

Discussed how to screen the view from Ironwood Court of the industrial area behind it now that the large elm that was
7. there has died. Would like to see three decent size trees planted so the screening could be immediate. Need to explore how
to finance such an idea.

The usual grass issues came up. No better solutions proposed.


8.
Discussed the added cost of warranties, whether worth while or not on trees, being they are not good for more than one year
9. anyway.

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD: None.


NEXT MEETING: Monday, April 9, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Submitted by Joel Lutz, Chairperson

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Dear Resident,
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Management Company and our Agency, we are providing you with some important information in regards to your HO-6
condominium unit owners policy. When obtaining an HO-6 condominium unit owners policy, it is important that you
reference your associations unique bylaws. These bylaws outline exactly what your association is responsible for in the
event of a loss. There are important coverages that need to be appropriately set up in your personal policy, for example:
Personal property provides coverage for your household contents and personal belongings.
Personal liability provides liability coverage for injuries, should they occur on or in your Limited Common
Element.
Loss of use covers costs incurred when an insured is required to move temporarily due to a covered loss.
Loss assessment provides coverage for assessments arising from a covered claim that exceeds the associations
limits.
Endorsements, for instance, water damage arising from the backing up of sewers or sump pump failure.
The value of building additions or alterations made by you, at your expense.
If you are unsure if your current policy includes these coverages, we encourage you to contact one of our offices to schedule
a free, comprehensive insurance policy evaluation to ensure that your current policy provides adequate coverage and is
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owners policies the time and attention they deserve, which is why we are making our consultation services available to
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Mulch the Right way.Not the Volcano Way!

Mulching, or incorrect mulching,


can kill your trees. A mulch
volcano causes too much
moisture to build up around the
root ball. This can lead to fungus,
rot and decay and ultimately lead
to the trees death.

Scary Mulch Volcano!

The proper way to mulch is to allow the base of the tree to be exposed. The flare at the base
of the trunk needs to be free from mulch in order for the tree to breathe. This allows the
moisture to escape, preventing the growth of fungus and minimizing rot and decay.

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Highland Lakes Condominium Association
FIREPLACE AND CHIMNEY CLEANING POLICY
(Short-Form)
Issued and Passed by the Board of Directors: October 1, 2005

The National Fire Protection Association (N.F.P.A.) cites one major cause of home heating res
as a lack of regular cleaning and resultant creosote and nesting material build-up in wood-burning
devices, associated chimneys and connectors.
Highland Lakes Condominium Association, in the interest of reducing the likelihood of res resulting
from improperly maintained replaces and chimneys, requires that all replaces and chimneys be
inspected and cleaned by a qualied, licensed and properly insured contractor on an annual basis.
This policy, as approved and adopted by the Board of Directors, is mandatory for all units containing
a replace.
Responsibilities:
Highland Lakes has adopted a Fireplace and Chimney Cleaning and Inspection Policy. The Association
shall be responsible for publishing co-owner notication in the Herald and making this program mandatory
for all units containing a replace.
Owners are responsible for ensuring access to each replace and chimney in accordance with normal
Association procedures, scheduling the annual inspection and cleaning, maintaining the replace and
appurtenant hardware and responsibly using the replace as designed.
The contractor shall diligently perform all duties per N.F.P.A. and building codes. The inspection and
cleaning report shall disclose in writing the name of the owner, street address, unit number, date of service,
name of technician, ndings of the inspection, description of the service provided and conrm that the
replace and appurtenant hardware and chimney are safe or unsafe for normal usage. A copy of this report
shall be given to the owner and a signed true copy to Highland Lakes. Further, if the replace is found
unsafe, the contractor shall red tag the unit and immediately notify the Property Manager or Maintenance
Superintendent, and the owner of the unit.
The owner(s) of each condominium unit shall be responsible for the cost to inspect, clean, and maintain
their units replace, ue and chimney. Repairs to the replace, rebox, rebricks, ue, and chimney up to
the point of the rooine shall be the sole responsibility of the condominium owner. Repairs to the chimney
roof enclosure, screen and/or vent pipe above the rooine shall be the responsibility of the Association.

Notes:
1) A full-copy of the Fireplace and Chimney Cleaning Policy is available free of charge, at the clubhouse, to
any co-owner or occupant.
2) Fireplaces and wood burning appliances are used to a greater extent during the winter months or colder
weather. This is the time when res typically occur due to a failure to clean and inspect. HLCA is advising
all residents of this issue. Your own inspection of your replace and the ability to see daylight as you look
up the chimney is not a sufcient determining factor that the replace is t for use. Creosote, ash deposits,
nesting material, etc. may be bound to the inside walls and look like the wall itself. A qualied professional
must do the work.
3) HLCA has business cards at the ofce for resident-recommended contractors that have done work here for
years. The price for the work is somewhat nominal.
4) Any questions should be directed to the administrative staff.
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French Country Cuisine Recipe

Coq au Vin Blanc


Chicken in White Wine

4 slices thick-cut bacon, diced 1 large clove garlic, peeled and minced
3 lb. boneless, skinless chicken breasts and 2 tbs. chopped fresh tarragon or 2 tsp.
dried thighs, cut into 1-inch cubes 1 750-ml. bottle dry white wine
1/2 c. flour 2 large tomatoes, peeled, seeded and
1-1/2 tsp. salt diced
1/2 tsp. freshly ground black pepper 1 lb. button mushrooms, sliced
2 large onions, chopped 2 tbs. butter
2 tbs. extra-virgin olive oil

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Brown bacon in a large skillet until very crisp; remove
with a slotted spoon; reserve. Combine flour, salt and pepper, and coat chicken with
mixture. Working in batches, brown chicken in bacon drippings. Add some olive oil
and butter if necessary. Remove chicken with slotted spoon and place in a 10-cup
casserole. Saute onion and garlic in same skillet until soft; stir in tarragon, wine and
tomatoes; bring to a boil. Spoon sauce over chicken and bake, covered, 45 minutes.
Meanwhile, saut mushrooms in butter and olive oil. When chicken is cooked,
remove cover and add mushrooms and onions. Sprinkle bacon over top. Serves 8.

Submitted by Judy Nakdimen


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CLUBHOUSE
HOLIDAY
DECORATING PARTY
Saturday, November 18th
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Please join the Clubhouse and
Community Social Committees to
decorate the Clubhouse and trim the trees.

All residents are welcome


- young and young at heart.

Join the fun, meet new


people and ring in the
Holiday Season with
family and friends!
Pizza and refreshments
will follow for all
participants.
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Youre invited to
the Highland Lakes Annual
Adult
Christmas Party
Saturday,
December 2, 2017
Beginning at 7:00 pm
in the Clubhouse
The perfect way to get in the
Holiday Spirit and celebrate the
season with your neighbors!

Bring your favorite dish to


share.

$1.00 per person at the door

BYOB
Prizes & 50/50 Raffle

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Get Your
Gumdrops
READY!
Join us for Highland Lakes
Gingerbread Decorating Event!

Sunday, December 10:


Noon - 2 PM
We hope you join us for community fun and maybe
some friendly competition. All ages welcome!
THIS DECORATING PARTY WILL BE FUN AND DELICIOUS
FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!
Come make some Holiday inspired Gingerbread
Houses, snacks will be provided. Completed Houses
will be displayed around the Clubhouse for all to
enjoy. Put all your creative juices together to make
your own edible art!
Houses can be picked up between
December 21-23.

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Highland Lakes Womens Club
SAVE THE DATE:
The next get-together will be

November 2, 2017 at noon


The Library Pub & Grill
42705 Grand River Ave, Novi, MI
Arranged by Peggy Zonca

December 7, 2017 at noon


E.G. Nicks
500 Forest Ave., Plymouth, MI
Arranged by Rosemary Campion

For further information about the Highland Lakes Womens Club, you can contact
Bev Dudley at (248)349-4139 or leratcat@aol.com
All adult female residents of Highland Lakes are invited to meet with us!

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Highland Lakes Court Liaisons
NOTE: ALL AREA CODES ARE 248 UNLESS INDICATED OTHERWISE

Anchor Ironwood Neptune


Tracey Green........................321-4614 Barbara Balok.............734-667-3507 Lucy Curtis (B33)............349-0301
Robert Nulty
Althea Itham (B34, B35).......................349-0511
Sue Tocco............................ 348-3396 Daniel Long................734-245-6191
Norwood
Amboy Juliet Stan Savitskie .............. 946-4338
Brad Todorov.........................380-1611 Debra Behrmann........734-934-0625
Oakland
Andover Kenyon Earl Smith.......................349-6478
Pam Takacs...........................374-0864 Elizabeth Dombles..............Unlisted
Old Bridge
Aqueduct Lagoon Linda Tomica.................. 349-6107
VACANT Marchelle Brotz...........517-525-1661
Pond
Bryn Mawr Lehigh Diane Pittaway............... 347-1078
Robert Gorczyca............734-751-7828 Lela Lutz............................349-6782
Queen Anne
Dartmouth Lehigh Lane Kathy Baldwin.................974-6688
Sue Misiulis..........................344-4949 Dianne Hartman.................229-3884
Richards
Dearborn Leidel Mike Baynes...................826-9435
VACANT Barbara Adams..................982-8247
Sandy
Dorothy Gay Lilac Beverly Brenner..............348-2982
Gayathri Rao.........................344-8791 Barbara Evans...................348-3087
Savoy
Eddington Longwood Mary Kraska............313-268-8516
David Duey.....................586-996-2098 Jim OConnor.....................344-6600
Schoolhouse
Farragut Lyric Leslie Wilcox.......... ........449-6726
Lorraine Scully (B 89 & 90).......344-8703 Minda Commire.................701-0004
Janice Booher (B 88)..............344-4229 Seabrook
Madison Andrea Valle....................819-0704
Hayes Carolyn Toyer.....................348-9745
D. & G. Loudy (B 30, 31 & 32) Valiant
..................................................349-3308 Malvern Ilio Alessandri ................ .449-6959
Steve Sapp (B 28 & 29) Judy Whelan (B 45)...........921-2125
.......................................734-512-6890 Unlisted (B 46) View Point
Inlet Stanley Roberson.....734-674-3600
Betsy Byrne...........................207-6221 Mann
Sharon Smith.....................348-0706 Whitman
Irongate Frank Jensen..................431-9614
Diane Butkowski....................982-2689
Mariner Windsor
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November 2017
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
1 2 3 4
Yoga 9:30 pm
Ladies
Womens
Pinochle
Club noon
12:30 pm
Yoga 6:00 pm
Court Liaison
Comm. 7:00 pm

5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Yoga 9:30 am
Clubhouse Yoga 9:30 am Ladies & 6:00 pm
Comm. 7:00 pm Pinochle
AT&T Cell
12:30 pm
Phone Service
Event 5:00 -
7:00 pm
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Yoga 9:30 am Ladies Yoga 9:30 am Christmas
Engineering Pinochle & 6:00 pm Clubhouse
Comm. 3:00 pm 12:30 pm Decorating
Party 1:00 pm -
Ecology Comm.
7:00 pm 5:00 pm

19 20 21 22 23 24 25
Finance Comm. Yoga 9:30 am Happy
6:00 pm
Ladies Thanksgiving!
Pinochle Clubhouse
Board
12:30 pm Closed
meeting
7:00 pm

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Yoga 9:30 am Ladies Yoga 9:30 am
Adult Christmas
Pinochle & 6:00 pm
Party 7:00 pm
12:30 pm

3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Yoga 9:30 am
Clubhouse Yoga 9:30 am Ladies
Womens
Comm. 7:00 pm Pinochle
Club noon
12:30 pm
Yoga 6:00 pm
Court Liaison
Comm. 7:00 pm

CLUBHOUSE WINTER HOURS


Monday - Friday......................9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Saturday................Noon - 9:00 pm Sunday..............Noon - 5:00 pm