On Wednesday, January 9th, the board conducted the first business meeting of 2019. The primary focus was to review current account balances and to approve the 2019 expense budget. Treasurer, Peggy Pietras presented a budget based on the expenses over the last three years. She shared that our account balance in 2018 had turned positive due to the collection of several delinquent accounts. There was a lengthy discussion on the status of delinquent accounts. Recent letters sent with "notice to lien" warnings had resulted in two property owners paying their past dues amount. Currently their are 47 properties delinquent. A list of those property addresses may be found by clicking here. Our association clerk advised us that 24 new delinquent properties would be sent to our Farmington Hills collection agency by mid_january.
The RLPOA actively manages maintenance of our three parks and boat launch. Services include benches and tables, lawn maintenance, summer port a johns and dog clean up stations.
All dirt roads in the Rush Lake POA are private roads and actively managed by the association. Services include grading, dust control and snow removal.
The RLPOA actively manages water quality and lake improvement efforts for our 130 acre spring fed lake.