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Lenox Park
Welcome to Lenox Park of Novi, Michigan
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May 24, 2022
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Budget Bits - May
Posted on May 17th, 2022
by Mike Bossio, Treasurer
From the April 30 Balance Sheet, our end of April Operating Fund is sitting at $186,504.75, which is $3,392.50 greater than the March 31, 2022, balance of $183,112.25
The April 30 Reserve Fund is $1,157,378.76, which is $16,656.71 greater than the March 31 balance of $1,140,813.05. We deposited our planned amount of $17.046.16. All other expenses are essentially within budgeted amounts.
We are progressing nicely. I will continue to update you monthly.

LP neighborhood update
Posted on Apr 18th, 2022
By Gayle C. Hinman
A number of residents have asked me about the following, so I looked into the answers.
  • The building on the corner of M5 & 13 Mile is going to be finished by Hilton Hotels and it will be called "True Hotel". The date of completion was not given to me.
  • The Walled Lake Early Childhood Center, on 13 Mile across from our community, will be completed and open for services on September 7, 2022. They will be addressing the educational needs of 3 & 4 year-olds. As of my conversation with Walled Lake last week, they had not received any applications.
Posted on Mar 9th, 2022
By Gayle C. Hinman
Last Friday I contacted Charles Boulard, City of Novi Director of Community Development, and Erinn Staub, City of Novi Department of Public Engineering to inquiry about the construction on M5 between 14 and 13 Mile Rd. Both Charles and Erinn were very helpful and informative. 
A summary of the conversations:
·      The contractor will be replacing the old water pipes with 54” pipes that have started at 14 Mile and eventually end at 8 Mile Road.
·      Purpose is to help with increased water flow and to prevent a situation similar to what occurred recently along 14 Mile.
·      Project will take a number of years to complete.
·      Novi hired a different contractor, with a better reputation, than Farmington used. Again, to avoid the problems and long delays that Farmington experienced on 14 Mile.
Posted on Feb 26th, 2022
By Gayle C. Hinman
For at least 4 years the Board of Directors have been working on how to be proactive with removing possible hazardous trees in the protected woodlands that surround Lenox Park. The information we have been given in the past from the City of Novi stated that we own some of the area but we must have permission from the City of Novi, who follows the State of Michigan restrictions regarding protected woodlands and wetlands, before we are allowed to remove any trees or in any way alter the environment. Recently and in the past, we have had a number of trees fall in the woodlands, some of which caused damage to residential decks, roofs, and siding. After the City of Novi evaluated and marked the hazardous trees, the board was given permission to remove the trees but were directed as to whether the entire tree could be removed or just the part that would hit the building if it came down, leaving in most cases a trunk approximately 8’-10’ in height. For example, in August and September of 2021 emergency tree removal from storm damage cost the association approximately $29,700.00.

   Upcoming Events   
Monday, June 13th at Brightmoor Christian Church
Registration starting 6:30 PM
Meeting 7:00 PM-9:00 PM
Hope to see you all!
Gayle C. Hinman

Update - April Financial Report
By Webmaster on May 17, 2022
To review the April 2022 Financial Report, go to the Financial Matters page of the website.
2022 Summer Painting
By Gayle C. Hinman on April 11, 2022
See the attached file for the 2022 painting schedule.
Mulch Plan for 2022
By Gayle C. Hinman on April 11, 2022
Priority Year 3: Summer 2022
Mulch backyards trees, mail box area, and entrance road.