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Lenox Park
Welcome to Lenox Park of Novi, Michigan
Today Is...
July 16, 2018
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Budget Bits - July
Posted on Jul 14th, 2018

by  Mike Bossio, Treasurer

This report is essentially the same as the previous Budget Bits in that all income and expenses, and the Reserve Fund for the June Financial Report are as planned. There were no surprises. The Operating Budget at the end of June continues to be strong with a balance of $134,004 and a Reserve Fund total of $699,590. Note that the RF is down from the May performance by about $3100. This is as a result of the planned deposit of $14,829, accrued interest of $134, paid expenses of about $16,500 for condo painting and $1600 for the remaining balance of the Reserve Advisors Reserve Fund Study. That’s it for now. I will continue to keep you apprised of our performance on a monthly basis.

Let us do the driving...for free
Posted on Jul 10th, 2018
An article from I AM NOVI
Come take a ride with the upgraded Novi Senior Transportation program. The service has extended its hours to 8am-7pm Monday-Friday and 9am-3pm on Saturday. Rides are also now free within City limits and to the Meijer locations in Northville and Wixom. 
New home for Payment Drop Box
Posted on Jul 10th, 2018
An article from I AM NOVI
Box located behind the Novi Civic Center in the northwest corner near Novi PD
The Payment Drop Box is now in a new location on the Novi Civic Center Campus. To make it easier and safer for our residents to pay their tax and water/sewer bills we moved the box to the parking lot behind the Civic Center in the northwest corner, near the Novi Police Department.
Recycle your old clothes curbside
Posted on Jul 10th, 2018
An article from I AM NOVI
Simple Recycling to start servicing Novi residents week of July 23.  Novi residents will soon have an easier and more environmentally-friendly way to get rid of their old clothes and other household items.
Board Bits - July
Posted on Jul 2nd, 2018
by Norm Schmidt, Secretary

This announcement further clarifies past and current irrigation practices.

  1. Irrigation Monitoring: The Great Oaks/Premiere contractor will monitor the irrigation system weekly (on Mondays) during July and August to insure operation of the wells and irrigation system. At the same time any outstanding irrigation service orders will be addressed.

Concrete Rust Removal
Posted on Jun 6th, 2018
by  Mike Bossio, Treasurer
In the May 15 Annual Meeting I told the homeowners that rust removal would start on May 21 and urged everyone to open their side spigots so that water would be available to the contractor. Although rust removal efforts did start the third week in May the contractor quickly ran into weather trouble---rain and high temperatures. High temperatures are not conducive to rust removal because the chemicals applied to the concrete flash off too quickly and retard the chemical reaction necessary for completely removing the rust. The last week of May had temperatures in the high 80s and low 90s and prevented the work from continuing until more suitable temperatures existed.

   Upcoming Events   
LP July Dinner
Wednesday, July 25th, 6:00 pm

Location  The Beach Tiki Bar & Boil

(former Bayside Restaurant under new management) located on the Shores of Walled Lake, inside patio seating, near the water


Check out the menu – some items are quite different



RSVP by July 20th to:

Bushra George




Board Meeting - July
Monday, July 30th, 10:00 am
Location:  Kramer-Triad Offices

We have a new bench! (New)
By Sandy Tomlinson, Chair Landscape Committee on July 16, 2018
The new bench and brickwork have been installed at the north end of Lenox Park Drive. A big "Thank You" to Beverlee Gumtow for securing the brick contractor, ordering the bench, and handling the finances. Just as important is the participation of residents in support of this project.

The bench arrived on 8 foot and 4 foot pallets. In the community spirit of Lenox Park that we so often see, these five men responded to the call to assemble the bench - - Bill Johnston, Bob List, John Danclovic, Dennis Bugeja, and Rick Shanoski.

Stop by to see the names on the bricks and sit a while!
Reminder about the August 7th election
By Richard Keier, elected precinct delegate on July 9, 2018
In a Primary, you can NOT split your ticket or your ballot will not count. You CAN split your ticket in the November election. All voters, including independents, are encouraged to vote in the primary or your candidate might not be eligible in November. Don't forget the back side of your ballot. Call me if you have any questions. 248-697-0443
Primary election August 7th
By Richard Keier, elected precinct delegate on July 9, 2018
Many of us have received our Absent Voters ballot for the election on 8/7. Please fill it out or plan to vote in person at our regular polling location, Crosspointe Meadows Church. If you need an AV ballot you can contact the City Clerk at 248-347-0456. It is VERY IMPORTANT to vote in a primary to select the candidates who will be on the Nov ballot
New Director on the Board
By Board of Directors on July 6, 2018
In 2015 Gene Tomlinson became a member of the LP Board of Directors. He has worked on many successful projects and the residents of our community have benefited from his dedication. Gene has decided to step down from the Board and spend more time with family and hobbies. The Board of Directors would like to thank Gene for all his hard work.
Jeff Dunn has been asked to fill the vacancy until the May 2019 election. Jeff has been very involved with overseeing the snow removal and assisting Norm Schmidt with the irrigation system. The Board is looking forward to and very happy to be working with Jeff.
By Gayle C. Hinman on July 5, 2018
PLEASE BEAWARE: One of our contractors observed a coyote taking down a deer in the area at the dead end of Viewcrest Drive a week ago. Be careful of your animals when walking in the back of our neighborhood and along Brightwood. Any of the heavily wooded areas. I have been told coyotes like to hunt around dawn & dusk.