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Welcome to Lenox Park of Novi, Michigan
 
 
 
Today Is...
November 18, 2019
 
Today's Holiday:  Princess Day
 
 
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Budget Bits - November
Posted on Nov 18th, 2019
By Mike Bossio, Treasurer
 
As has been the case all this year, the Operating Budget continues to close strong at each month’s end. At the end of October we had an operating fund of $191,329.26, down from $222,757.92 in September. All transactions were fully reviewed and approved by the Board and fell within budgeted limits for each major category, Landscaping, Repair & Maintenance, etc. The Reserve Fund (RF) total increased to $842,850.73, up from the September total of $829,577.38. We, of course, deposited our budgeted $13,111.50
I will continue to keep you apprised of our performance on a monthly basis
Board Bits - November
Posted on Nov 11th, 2019
By Norm Schmidt, Secretary
 
Last week as I walked through the neighborhood, I spotted 3 geese as they migrated south, 3 cranes and 6 wild turkeys that have been present throughout the woodlands. We are aware that other animals like deer and raccoons are resident and there are enough natural feeding grounds in our woodlands and wetlands to support them.
Residents should be aware that the City of Novi ordinances prohibit residents from feeding the wild animals. Per Novi Code of Ordinance, Chapter 21, Article II, Sec. 21-59. - Rodent and pest control.
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Thanks for Your Service
Posted on Nov 6th, 2019
By Gayle C. Hinman, President
 
Bob Rossana is no longer serving on Lenox Park Board of Directors.
Bob and his wife Eileen have lived in our community for 13 years; they moved here in 2006. Bob was elected to the first Board of Directors at our transition meeting held on May 17, 2010 when Board became residentially run. He remained on the Board for the next 2 years and then resigned to spend more time teaching and writing. Bob returned to the Board on May 2015 and continued to serve until July 2019 when he resigned for personal reasons.
 
Lenox Park owes a great deal of thanks to Bob Rossana for all the years he has donated time and shown leadership in working cooperatively and effectively with the residents, other Board Members, Kramer-Triad Management Company, all the different contractors in order to keep Lenox Park a well-run condominium community where many people enjoy living. THANK YOU VERY MUCH, BOB! 
School Bus Safety
Posted on Aug 26th, 2019
By Gayle C. Hinman
 
A message from:
Gabriel Costanzo
Walled Lake City Councilman
Lakeview Woodlands
 
Passing buses: do you know the law? The center photo is easily the one most not known or followed it seems. Let's avoid a tragedy; please pay attention around buses and bus stops.  Click here for photo.

 
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WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA PROJECT
By Gene Tomlinson on November 7, 2019
The DMC is beginning its Fall, 2019 donation project for Wreath across America for the Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly, Michigan We will accept all donations for wreaths up to November 20th .
Donations are $15.00 per wreath.
Checks made out to: Wreaths Across America TM
On the check line on the bottom left please enter the following: MIO118P; MIGLNH
Donation checks can be dropped off or mailed:
Gene Tomlinson
WAA Chairman
40537 Lenox Park Drive
Novi, Michigan 38277
We will forward the checks to Wreaths Across America before their deadline of Nov. 25th
Bridge Closures
By Gayle C. Hinman on October 14, 2019
Community Relations Specialist Nathan Mueller City of NoviAGENCY

Meadowbrook Bridge to reopen Saturday, Cranbrooke closing Monday

The wait is nearing the end! All that remains is to seal the concrete joints and place the epoxy coating on the bridge deck. The plan is to reopen the Meadowbrook Bridge on Saturday. Then on Monday, the Cranbrooke Bridge will be closed for approximately 3-4 weeks. The closure will take place after 9am on Monday.