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HIGHLAND LAKES

CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION

June 2019 June 2019


Next Board Meeting
Monday, June 17, 2019
at 7:00 p.m.

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Dates To Remember
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2019 President’s Report and


Treasurer’s Report
Pages 10-15

Election Results
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Mulch The Right Way


Pages 23-24

Fireworks Update
Page 25

Helpful Hands & Classified


Ads
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Pool Rules & Pool Pass


Information
Pages 30-31

Household Hazardous Waste


Page 32

Women’s Club
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June 8th - Hot Dog Daze
June 30th (tentative) - Fireworks at Meadowbrook
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July 13th - Hot Dog Daze
July 27th - Adult Karaoke Party
August 10th - Hot Dog Daze
September 1st - Pool Closing Party
December 7th - Adult Christmas Party

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Highland Lakes
Management Section
Highland Lakes Board of Directors

Guy Balok, President


Michelle Todorov, Vice President
Margaret (Peggy) Zonca, Secretary
Ann Creviston, Treasurer
Michael Baynes, Director
Sandy Nolan, Director
Randy Blaylock, Director
This section of the Herald contains minutes of the Board of Directors’ meetings
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tions of the Association as prescribed by Board Resolution R-6, March 22, 1976.
We recommend that you not only read but save this section of the Herald for future
reference. Resolutions and Regulations approved by the Board become part of
your Association By-Laws.

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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
Fax: 248-349-8821 Web: www.HLCA.us
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Guy Balok, President .................. 734-667-3507 Sandy Nolan, Director ................ 248-349-3587
Michelle Todorov, Vice President.. 248-380-1611 Michael Baynes, Director..............248-826-9435
Ann Creviston, Treasurer..............248-894-4961 Randy Blaylock, Director ............ 734-673-8733
Margaret Zonca, Secretary ......... 248-348-5283

PERSONNEL
Joe Poma........................................Property Manager Alexis Jackson......................................Receptionist
Emily Lutzenkirchen.....Publications & Records Assistant Terry Duke............................................Receptionist
Sharon Englund.......................................Bookkeeper Aishia Anderson...................................Receptionist

COMMITTEE INFORMATION
COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON PHONE BOARD LIAISON
Clubhouse Barb Balok 734-667-3507 Sandy Nolan & Ann Creviston

Court Liaison Joel Lutz 248-349-6782 Peggy Zonca, Michael Baynes, & Guy Balok

Engineering Lorraine Scully -----

Community Social Brad Todorov 248-380-1611 Guy Balok & Michelle Todorov

Finance ----- 248-349-1747 Michael Baynes & Ann Creviston

Grounds Joel Lutz 248-349-6782 Sandy Nolan & Peggy Zonca

Herald ----- ----- -----

Ecology Cathy Watkins 248-765-2327 Michael Baynes & Michelle Todorov

Pool Rosemary Campion 248-349-8227 Guy Balok, Peggy Zonca, & Sandy Nolan
Cheryl Huizing 248-231-7603

RV Hugh Battley 248-349-4841 Randy Blaylock

Tennis Carol Shields 248-756-7066 Michelle Todorov

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
After Hours Emergency/Security (Byron Culver) ............................................................................. 248-349-4006
Northville Township Police-Non-Emergency ................................................................................ 248-349-9400
Northville Township Fire Department ......................................................................................... 248-348-5807
Northville Township Police and Fire Emergency .......................................................................................... 911
After Hours Maintenance Emergency ......................................................................................... 248-349-4006
Assessment/Billing Inquiries .................................................................................................... 248-349-4006
Consumers Power Company ......................................................................................................800-477-5050
DTE-Electric Company ............................................................................................................... 800-477-4747
Hazardous Waste Information .................................................................................................... 734-326-3936
HLCA WOW! Account Rep (Bob Sivori) ....................................................................................... 248-808-9872
WOW! Sales & Support ............................................................................................................1-866-496-9669
HLCA AT&T Account Rep (Denise Smith) .................................................................................... 810-265-4946
AT&T Sales & Support (Phone or U-Verse) .................................................................................. 800-288-3466
HLCA Comcast Account Rep (Erin Timmermann)..............................................erin_timmermann@comcast.com
Website ...................................................................................................................................... www.HLCA.us
Association Facebook Page .............................................................................................facebook.com/hlca.mi
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HIGHLAND LAKES CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS ANNUAL MEETING MINUTES - May 20, 2019
The forty-fourth annual meeting of the Board of Directors and Membership of Highland Lakes Condominium
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President Guy Balok called the May 20, 2019 public session of the Board of Directors to order at 7:46 p.m.

Approval of Minutes: Engineering Committee Report page 19


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President’s Report
The purpose of the annual meeting is to announce the results of our Election for the Board of
Directors and provide information concerning the state of the Association. It is my privilege to
give you an overview of our community’s health. It is with a great deal of pride and confidence
that, on behalf of the Board, I thank and congratulate our staff for their commitment during the
past year. Our Maintenance Department works hard year round. I think all would agree that our
winters have their challenges, our staff overcomes Holiday and weekend storms and now they
are beginning the spring and summer chores which present their own challenges. Thank you,
Jason and the maintenance staff for all you do. Of course, the Association could not operate
efficiently without our administrative staff. Thanks to Joe Poma, our Property Manager, for his
continued efforts to maintain a financially stable Association. His legal knowledge is a real asset
and it has facilitated our successful collection rate. Here are a few interesting facts:

x Our Maintenance staff received, and completed slightly over 800 service requests.
x Our receivables or outstanding assessments account; with the exception of 4 units, that
account for over half of the receivables balance, would otherwise be in the high $20,000
range as we work toward resolution rather than foreclosure or litigation. Once resolved,
the balance will continue to be at its lowest levels since the late 1990’s or far prior to the
mortgage crisis.
x Over the last year, Joe has sent 14 Notices of Intent to file liens or commenced collection
actions that resulted in payment.
x Joe has also filed 15 actual liens and releases of lien that have yielded payment. For the
last 10 years, he has made several trips per month from Northville to the Register of
Deeds in downtown Detroit using his own vehicle and gasoline, and continues to do so,
without mileage reimbursement or cost to the residents of Highland Lakes.

Additionally, we are privileged to have such dedicated workers as Sharon our Bookkeeper,
Emily, Records and Publications Assistant, and Terry our Lead Receptionist, with Alexis and
Aishia, both Secretary Receptionists. Our Life Guard Staff continue to provide many pool related
activities including watching out for everyone’s safety which proved to be lifesaving last season.
The following committees play an ongoing role in the quality of life in our community: (in no
particular order) Clubhouse, Grounds, Court Liaison, Herald, Ecology, Pool, Community Social,
Engineering, and Finance. It is evident that all committees work for the common good. The RV
and Tennis Committees require less time, but also are important, as are organizations such as the
Women’s Club, euchre and pinochle groups, and the crafters. Thanks to all of you who assist in
projects and activities and devote your time and expertise when needed. One of the factors that
have made Highland Lakes unique among condominium developments is our self-management
and the participation of the Co-Owners, which contributes to our quality of life and the control of
costs. Over the years we have seen membership in our committees decline, and the Association
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still faces a challenge to encourage new members to discover the rewards of contributing to the
activities in their community. We must remember our community is 48 years old. If we intend to
preserve our property values, we must stay involved. The Board of Directors has faced many
difficult decisions in our efforts to maintain and improve our buildings, roads, and grounds. Our
paving project is well underway with 3-4 years remaining in the project and look around, we are
wrapping up the Clubhouse Renovation project, thank you to everyone that was involved,
including the Clubhouse Committee, Rob Berlin & Associates and Ilio Alessandri. Most recently
the Association has embarked in further improvement of our infrastructure with the adoption of a
Vinyl Siding Project. An Ad-Hoc Committee was appointed and they met together monthly to
discuss the many aspects of this project, not including their personal time that they devoted to
learning about our needs. We are starting with our first building across the street from the
Clubhouse; watch the Herald for further updates in the upcoming months.

Thanks to Rosemary and Elaine for serving as Inspectors of the Election this year. In conclusion,
I would like to express my gratitude to my fellow Board members, Committees and Staff.
Without their dedication and concern for the welfare of this Association, Highland Lakes would
not be what it is. Thanks to all of the community, past and present Board Members for the
privilege of serving on your Board and being a part of this Association.

Guy Balok, President

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HIGHLAND LAKES COMMITTEE REPORT
COMMITTEE: Clubhouse Committee MEETING DATE: May 6, 2019
MEMBERS PRESENT: GUESTS PRESENT:
Barb Balok, Chairperson Kathy Baldwin, Board Liaison
Cheryl Huizing Ann Creviston, Board Liaison
Rosemary Campion Sandy Nolan, Board Liaison
Ray Parzych Joe Poma, Property Manager
Betty Parzych Judi Alessandri
Mary Kay Wimsatt

SUBJECTS DISCUSSED:
1. Renovation Update:
The Library furniture is in production as a special order. Replacement parts for damaged Library chairs are being swapped
out by SBD Interiors. Joe will keep us posted as to the progress. Fire pit furnishings were discussed. The group will continue
to research seating options.

2. Old Business:
Budget ideas will continue to be on the agenda for the next couple of months until finalized. The group will continue to
work on revision of the clubhouse rental packet.

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD: none

NEXT MEETING: Monday, June 3, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.


Submitted by Barb Balok

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HIGHLAND LAKES COMMITTEE REPORT
COMMITTEE: Court Liaison Committee MEETING DATE: May 2, 2019
MEMBERS PRESENT: Dianne Hartman GUESTS PRESENT:
Joel Lutz, Chairperson Judy Nakdimen Peggy Zonca, Board Liaison
Diane Pittaway, Co-Chair Sharon Smith Guy Balok, Board President
Barb Adams Barb Evans Ann Creviston, Board Liaison
Barb Balok Kathy Baldwin, Board
Joe Poma, Property Manager

SUBJECTS DISCUSSED:
1. Aqueduct Court, Windsor court, Dearborn Court – temp CL’s
Still seeking a permanent liaison for Aqueduct court; Joel Lutz will deliver this month. Barbara Adams will deliver Windsor
Court and Diane Pittaway will deliver Dearborn Court this month.

2. Dartmouth Court will need a permanent court liaison.

3. Corral trash carts – test carts


It was reported that trash carts should be placed in the 3 test courts within the week. Test courts include Mann Court, Rich-
ards Court and Iron Gate Court. The liaisons for those courts should let their court residents know about the new carts and
their use. The test is designed to minimize loose trash, keep away pests, keep the corrals neater and see if the carts are a viable
alternative for the future.

4. A request was made for people to let Joe Poma know if there are any areas of raised concrete slabs that could be trip hazards.

5. The recent theft of tires from a car in the clubhouse parking lot was announced.

6. Trash Talk
Judy Nakdimen reported that the first 6 trash talk flyers are ready to be laminated and placed on the gates of the trash corrals,
rotating them with new ones on a monthly basis. The first six were all previously published in the Herald. Ideas for future
subjects were encouraged and should be brought to the next meeting.

7. New Business
Diane Pittaway announced that the MSU extension service is presenting a program on May 30th at the Northville Commu-
nity Center that is open to all. The program will include preserving water, rain gardens, and sustainable gardens as topics.
There is an $8 registration fee.

Remember the Community Garage Sale is scheduled for May 17th & 18th.

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD: none

NEXT MEETING: Thursday, June 6, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.


Submitted by Sharon Smith

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HIGHLAND LAKES COMMITTEE REPORT
COMMITTEE: Engineering Committee MEETING DATE: May 15, 2019
MEMBERS PRESENT: Karen Fox GUESTS PRESENT:
Lorraine Scully, Chairperson Barb Balok Guy Balok, Board Liaison
Kim Hudson, Secretary Kathy Baldwin, Board Liaison
Jim Carlson Ann Creviston, Board Treasurer
Joyce Elvy

MODIFICATION REQUESTS REVIEWED:

1 Unit 251 Railings 5 Unit 549 Entry Door ED-1


Installation by: Waynecraft Installation by: Mike Duay
Notes: Meets HLCA Requirements Notes: Meets HLCA Requirements
Reminder must be white or black
6 Unit 563 Storm Door SD-2 & Doorwall PD-1
2 Unit 393 (7) Windows & (1) Doorwall PD-1 Installation by: Mulligan
Installation by: Lowe's Notes: Meets HLCA Requirements
Notes: Meets HLCA Requirements
7 Unit 647 (9) Windows and Doorwall PD-1
3 Unit 424 Railing Installation by: Wallside Windows
Installation by: Novi Fence Notes: Meets HLCA Requirements
Notes: Meets HLCA Requirements
8 Unit 156 Doorwall PD-6
4 Unit 546 95.5% Efficiency Furnace Installation by: J & E Installation
Installation by: Soteros Boloven Notes: Defer to Board due to Doggy Door
Notes: Meets HLCA Requirements
9 Unit 601 Garage Door
Installation by: West Metro Door, Inc.
Notes: Defer to Board; no engineering guidelines

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD: To approve modifications #1-7 & to defer #8-9 for Board discussion.
NEXT MEETING: Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
Submitted by Lorraine Scully

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HIGHLAND LAKES COMMITTEE REPORT
COMMITTEE: Ecology Committee MEETING DATE: May 14, 2019
MEMBERS PRESENT: Stan Roberson GUESTS PRESENT:
Cathy Watkins - Chairperson Judy Nakdimen Guy Balok, Board Liaison
Liz Gannon - co chair Diane Pittaway Joe Poma, Property Manager
Sharon Smith
Richard Wilson
Yvonne Wilson

SUBJECTS DISCUSSED:
1. On June 4th, we are having a presentation on hummingbirds! How to attract them and enjoy them in our yards. This will be
an enjoyable and informational meeting - so come and enjoy!

2. The woods along the lake that we have been restoring is going to be on the Greater Northville Garden Walk this year. We
discussed how we wanted the project to be described on the ticket for the attendees and Yvonne agreed to write the final
version.

3. We discussed the different options for getting to the woods on the day of, and there are 4. We are looking for volunteers
to guide garden attendees toward the woods. It is on July 10th, a Wednesday afternoon. Any and all help is appreciated.
Thanks!

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD: none


NEXT MEETING: Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
Submitted by Cathy Watkins

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HIGHLAND LAKES COMMITTEE REPORT
COMMITTEE: Grounds Committee MEETING DATE: May 13, 2019
MEMBERS PRESENT: Barb Balok GUESTS PRESENT:
Joel Lutz, Chairperson Judy Nakdimen Sandy Nolan, Board Liaison
Richard Wilson Earl Smith Kathy Baldwin, Board
Ilio Alessandri Rosemary Campion Joe Poma, Property Manager
Elaine Anderson Joyce Elvy
Sharon Smith

SUBJECTS DISCUSSED:
1. Reviewed details of District Landscapes proposal for re-landscaping Highland House foundation plantings.

2. Discussed how to proceed in recommending a proposal for re-landscaping Highland House grounds.

3. Received request for creating a planting screen behind building 27.

4. Recommend to management to remove black plastic landscape edging heaved up over the winter in the 8-Mile entrance
landscaping. Replace with a spade cut edge.

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD: none

NEXT MEETING: Monday, June 10, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.


Submitted by Joel Lutz

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HIGHLAND LAKES COMMITTEE REPORT
COMMITTEE: Pool Committee MEETING DATE: May 14, 2019
MEMBERS PRESENT: GUESTS PRESENT:
Rosemary Campion, Co-Chair Joe Poma, Property Manager
Elaine Anderson Guy Balok, Board Liaison
Barb Balok Sandy Nolan, Board Liaison
Mary Gonzalez Kathy Baldwin, Board
Yvonne Wilson
Mary Kay Wimsatt

SUBJECTS DISCUSSED:
1. Pools: B&B began preparing the pool and filled with water. The baby pool will now have heat and the shade structure is sched-
uled for mid to end of June. The baby pool will be closed during installation.

2. Lifeguards: 8 lifeguards have been hired. Joe plans to hire one or two more.

3. Pool Opening Party: May 26th, please bring a dish to share by 4 p.m. Food will be served at 4:30 p.m. BYOB

4. Hot Dog Daze: Detroit theme, June 8th from 12-2 p.m.

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD: none


NEXT MEETING: Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 5:30 p.m.
Submitted by Rosemary Campion

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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.

Scarry Mulch Volcano!

The proper way to mulch is to allow the base of the tree to be expose. 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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Fireworks Update
A new law, House Bill 5939, has significantly reduced the number of days one can
shoot off fireworks, from 30 days to 12 days. While the initial law allowed people
to light fireworks around federal holidays, the new measure has limited displays to
these dates:
x Dec. 31 until 1 AM on Jan. 1st.
x Saturday and Sunday, immediately after Memorial Day, until 11:45 PM on
each of those days.
x June 29th to July 4th until 11:45 PM on each of those days.
x July 5th, if it is a Friday or Saturday, until 11:45 PM.
x Saturday and Sunday immediately after Labor Day until 11:45 PM on each
of those days.
Dec. 31 until 1 a.m. on Jan. 1.

The fine for lighting off your fireworks on non-designated days has also gone up.
Last year, you were given a $500 fine if you were caught. This year, the fine is
now $1,000, half of which will go to local law enforcement.
This law only allows you to use Fireworks on the property that belongs to you, or
property that you have permission to do so on.

Please keep in mind that the use of Fireworks is not allowed on property within
Highland Lakes Condominium Association. This includes all Patios, yards, open
common areas including beach areas, streets, and courts. These are rules for the
safety of all co-owners.

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How to attract Hummingbirds!
Tuesday, June 4th at 7:00 p.m.
In the Clubhouse

Attracting Nature’s Jewels


Have you ever wondered where hummingbirds go in the
winter? What are there nests built of? How can you attract
Nature’s Jewels to your yard?

Come learn all about hummingbirds, including their behaviors,


feeding preferences, migration patterns, and how to attract
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HOT DOG DAZE
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12:00 Noon
until 2:00 P.M.
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Hot Dog..............3 Tickets
Chips....................1 Ticket
Soft Drinks...........1 Ticket
Ice Cream.............1 Ticket
Join in for FUN and SUN!!
Family, Children and Friends
HAVE LUNCH AT THE POOL
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Join us for
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Meadowbrook

Saturday
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8 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Meadowbrook Country Club will begin their
fireworks display at 10 p.m.
Come to the Pool Deck and watch the show!
Rain date: Meadowbrook Fireworks only 6/30
All residents with a valid HLCA ID welcome

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Pool Hours
Monday - Friday
12:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M.

Sat., Sun., & Holidays


11:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M.

HIGHLAND LAKES CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION


POOL RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. Only Members in good standing with a current H.L.C.A. ID, with annual sticker, and
their accompanied guests may use the pools.
2. Absolutely NO pool usage until Lifeguards are on duty and indicate the pool is safe to
use.
3. Everyone must shower before entering the pool and shower again after the application
of lotions and/or oils prior to re-entering the pool.
4. Only one person on the diving board at a time.
5. Children in the wading pool must be supervised by an adult within the wading pool
enclosure.
6. No loitering in the shower or locker rooms.
7. No eating, no drinking (except water in plastic bottles) within the pool enclosure. No
smoking, including E-Cigarettes in the pool area or on the terrace. All disposable
smoking materials must be extinguished in receptacles provided for that purpose prior
to entering the pool area and the terrace. Smoking areas are immediately outside the
front doors of the Clubhouse, the north side door of the Clubhouse, and outside the
gate leading to pool area
8. No shoes in the pool enclosure.
9. No running or rough playing.
10. No glass containers of any type at the pool or terrace.
11. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
12. Children 10 to 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult unless they have
passed the swim test and received a Dolphin Patch.
13. Children fewer than 42 inches in height must be in direct custody of an adult while in
the large pool. Exception: A child wearing an U.S.C.G. (United States Coast Guard)
approved life vest may swim, while being supervised by an adult within the pool
enclosure.
14. Only U.S. Coast Guard approved and labeled floatation devices are allowed.

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POOL PASS (EXTRA GUEST / PARTY) POLICY

June 9, 2016

As approved by the Board of Directors:

We all enjoy having friends and family at our beautiful Highland Lakes pool. In order to provide a
pleasant experience for everyone, we have to practice certain rules. The following rules ensure that the
pool terrace will have adequate room for co-owners and guests to relax and enjoy.

x Each unit is entitled to bring up to four (4) guests on any given day, in addition to the residents in
the unit. All occupants in the unit must be registered on the census form, located in the
clubhouse, and have a current pool pass.
x In the case of a rental unit, the co-owner (s) may retain the rights to the pool or turn them over to
the renter (s).
x The Property Manager may hand out passes on an unlimited basis for one or two extra guests
without it being defined as a gathering.
x A co-owner may request a special pass, not to exceed 15 people total, including the co-owner,
from the Property Manager. Passes will be approved if the number of people for each pass does
not exceed 15.

Passes for the Weekend:

x Weekend passes must be obtained during the hours of 9:00am – 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.
x Only one (1) party or gathering pass will be approved for any given weekend day. A party or
gathering is defined as any total number of people between 10 and 15.
x No party or gathering passes will be issued for major holidays or on days that conflict with Pool
or Community Social Committee events.

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Saturday, 29 June 2019
8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Examples of Acceptable Items

Only household generated products from Wayne County residents will be accepted. Items
that will not be accepted include: commercial waste, industrial waste, radioactive material,
explosives, ammunition, 55 gallon drums, household trash, refrigerators, microwaves or
other appliances, tires, yard waste, roofing shingles, & concrete. For information on how to
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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
Mary Kay Wimsatt (B34)...767-9846
Althea Itham Elizabeth Oliver (B35).......880-2637
Sue Tocco............................ 231-8960 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
Colleen Pilgrim................734-292-6885 Dianne Hartman.................229-3884
Richards
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June Macveigh.......................348-0113 Barbara Adams..................982-8247
Sandy
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Gayathri Rao ........................344-8791 Barbara Evans...................348-3087
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Irongate Sharon Smith.....................348-0706
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June 2019
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
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Water Aerobics Yoga 9:30 a.m. Water Aerobics Hot Dog Daze
Yoga 9:30 a.m. Water Aerobics
11:00 a.m. noon - 2 p.m.
Women’s Club
Clubhouse How to Attract 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.
noon
Comm. 7:00 Hummingbirds Court Liaison
p.m. 4:00 p.m. Trash &
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Pickup Trash Pickup Pickup 7:00 p.m.
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9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Water Aerobics Yoga 9:30 a.m.
Water Aerobics Yoga 9:30 a.m. Water Aerobics
11:00 a.m. Pool Comm.
11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.
Grounds 5:30 p.m.
Comm. Ecology Comm. Engineering
7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Comm. 7:00 p.m. Trash &
Recycling Yard Waste & Trash Recycling Recycling
Pickup Pickup Pickup Pickup
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
Water Aerobics Water Aerobics Water Aerobics
11:00 a.m. Yoga 9:30 a.m. Yoga 9:30 a.m.
Finance Comm. 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.
5:00 p.m.
Board Meeting Trash &
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Water Aerobics Yoga 9:30 a.m. Water Aerobics Yoga 9:30 a.m. Water Aerobics Late Night Swim
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CLUBHOUSE SUMMER HOURS POOL HOURS


Monday - Friday...............9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Monday - Friday..................Noon - 8:00 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday..........Noon - 9:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday.........11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.