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Lenox Park
Welcome to Lenox Park of Novi, Michigan
Today Is...
October 27, 2020
Today's Holiday:   American Beer Day
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Construction Across from LP on 13 Mile
Posted on Oct 25th, 2020
By Gayle C. Hinman
Walled Lake City School District is constructing a single-story, 38,385 square foot facility and outdoor play area for an Early Childhood Center which is planning on opening up in Fall 2022. As a public school organization, they are subject to state approval and laws, and local jurisdictional review is done as a courtesy, but the applicant does not have to strictly follow all of the City of Novi requirements.
Budget Bits - October
Posted on Oct 10th, 2020
by Mike Bossio
Our financials continue to perform as planned. The October 1 Operating Fund sits at $175,760.60, an increase from the previous month’s balance ($163,189.48). The October 1 Reserve Fund now stands at $1,058,116.99, also an increase from the previous month’s balance ($1,043,731.32). We deposited our budgeted amount of $14,226.17 into the RF. September saw no expenditures out of the RF.
The Reserve Fund actual amount of $1,058,116.99 compares to the Reserve Advisors Anticipated October 1 Reserves of $1,001,182 (calculated). This calculated amount is based on linear extrapolation of the elements that make up the Anticipated Reserves, namely, Recommended Contribution, Earned Interest, and Anticipated Expenditures. We are exceeding the RA Anticipated Reserves by about 7% YTD.
I will, of course, continue to keep you apprised of our performance on a monthly basis.
Safety Tips for Restaurants
Posted on Aug 19th, 2020
By Gayle C. Hinman
Consider these points while choosing the safest seat:
– Choose a seat which has the best line of sight to entrances and exits (especially entrances) without having to turn your head much while seated.
– Do not be the closest seat to the entrance – which is an immediate point of focus.
– Being tucked into a booth will be a hindrance, so better to choose a table. 
– Avoid choosing a seat out in the middle. Best to sit closer to a wall, facing out – although not directly up against the wall which could hinder movement and options.
– It is very important to be seated in a position where you can get to your feet quickly and start moving.
– Choose a seat that enables you to see as many people as possible.
– If possible, choose a seat that allows you to be as far away from the main entrance but closer to a secondary exit. 

   Upcoming Events   
November BoD Meeting - Budget
Wednesday, November 4th, 11:00 am
Meeting to go over & approve 2021 LP Budget
November BoD Meeting
Friday, November 20th, 10:00 am
Location:  Teleconference due to COVID

Update - Lenox Park Highlights
By Webmaster on October 25, 2020
To review the Lenox Park Highlights for 2019 and 2020, go to the Board of Directors page of the website.
By Gene Tomlinson on October 20, 2020
Residents that are interested can either send their checks to Greg Winters (see photo) or drop them off with me and I will forward them to Greg our Treasurer. It is a good project so hope some of our folks will support it. We at the SAR support our veterans in several ways and this is one of them.
Update - Paint Schedule for 2020-2025
By Webmaster on October 15, 2020
To review the Paint Schedule for 2020-2025, go to the Maintenance Duties page of the website.
Update - September Financial Report
By Webmaster on October 10, 2020
To review the September 2020 Financial Report, go to the Financial Matters page of the website.
Update - August & September BoD Meeting Minutes
By Webmaster on October 1, 2020
To review the August 27 and September 3, 2020 BoD Meeting Minutes, go to the Meeting Minutes page of the website.
Garage Lights
By Gayle C. Hinman on September 25, 2020
The Board of Directors and the entire Lenox Park community would like to thank John Danclovic for all the years he has voluntarily checked the garage lights, replaced them when necessary, and submitted work orders to the Kramer-Triad's Customer Service Department for light sensors that were not working properly. THANK YOU VERY MUCH, JOHN!
Brad Fogg has volunteered to replace John. We thank Brad for taking on this important and necessary job. If you need your garage lights replaced or fixed, please contact Brad at:

Update - BoD Roles & Responsibilities
By Gayle C. Hinman on September 25, 2020
Please read BOD Roles & Responsibilities reviewed & revised on 8-27-20 & 9-24-20