UPDATE!! 4-30-21

4-30-21

UPDATE!!

The new and updated HOA bylaws are now on the Information page under the ECRs (Easements, Covenants and Restrictions).

Great News!! There is now electrical and lights by the signs! We can now have Christmas lights like other neighborhoods! If anyone would like to spearhead the new committee for decorations, please let us know!

There is a new company doing the landscaping this year. If you have any landscaping concerns in the common areas or by the signs, please notify us on the website.

We are holding off on the landscaping by the new sign until the widening of 23 mile is complete. This is so that the new landscaping is not destroyed by the construction machinery. Although the landscaping will be reworked along Heydenreich for BV1.

Date Correction – Annual HOA Meeting

PLEASE NOTE!! The correct date is January 12, 2021 at 7pm. The meeting is still via Zoom. The link will be posted here, closer to the meeting date.

As this is an election year for the HOA Board, with all positions up for vote, please let us know if you are interested in running prior to to the meeting. This is so we can mention you during the meeting, before the vote.

The board positions up for election are: President (2 year term), Secretary (2 year term), Treasurer (2 year term), General member (yearly), General member (yearly).

23 mile entrance sign update

Most recently the township had a change in planners, the new planner for the city and was very helpful in our meeting at the site (7/21/2020).   He unfortunately was not here when the sign went for the original plan review in January (once we finally got the signs onto the docket).   The sign was approved during that review meeting pending on us making the change so that the area of signage portion of the sign is 12 square feet.   We made that adjustment and sent it back for final review.     Placement of the sign was also in questions during that review.   Macomb Twp representative met us at the site.   We determined placement of the signs and submitted that to the city for review.  The placement that we determined (which is an appropriate set back) is not within what they can approve.   This placement must be further defined and go to the Zoning Board of Appeals for approval (September).   I am confident it will be approved.   Right now we have the placement staked and Miss dig has been called.   We plan to go to the site on Wednesday to see if there are any issues out there with our placement (i.e., gas lines).   If everything looks good, we will move forward with our submittal to the Zoning Board of Appeals.   Don’t give up.  It is a process, but will be approved!