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Lake of the Hills Annual

Meeting 5/13/2023


President: Scott Cole

Vice President: Steve Duso

Treasurer: Georganne Archambault

Secretary: Elissa Lyon

Trustee: Dick Moreau

Trustee: Matt Lyon

Trustee: Jen Mullin


Call to order:

  • Scott to call to order, Matt to second it.

Secretary’s Report:

  • Elissa reviewed minutes from 4/1/2023. Jen accepts, Matt Seconds, approved.


Treasures Report:

  • Georgeanne reviewed the treasurer’s report.

Motion to accept:

  • Elissa Approves, Jen Seconds.


Gypsy Moth report:

  • Julie Deambro is meeting with the spray guy on 5/20/2023 to give payment and discuss possible spray dates. (Moth spray was done on 5/23/2023).


Fish Report:

  • Dick reported on the fish. We have been planting fish since 2014. #4200 fish planted at $7,825.00. Inlay city and Stony Creek supply our fish and we go to each depending on prices.

  • Minnows will be planted in June 2023 to feed the bigger fish.

  • Motion to accept: Elissa first and Jen seconded

New Business:

  • Next intent do 2 engineering projects that were recommended by the dam patrol people last year. Scott applied for a grant through EGLE for both projects. Spicers has been involved in writing risk reduction grant. We were supposed to hear back by April and we still haven’t heard from them. Since this meeting we have heard we did not get the grant. But we intend to apply for the next grant this fall. Survey and drawings is the first project which will cost approximately $11,000.00.

  1. Complete survey of dam structure, berm, cross section it – our old drawings are illegible, very old, and copies of copies. We have 3 different plans and there should only be one. When they do a survey they look for movement. We have no baseline set for our structure so they will give us a brand new updated drawing that would be useful in future projects for the dam.

  2. We have 3 leaks in the berm. They are small but they need to be fixed. We need to do a soil sample study, they look at the sample and they can predict different things that could happen with our system and would give us a plan on what we have to do in the future. Earthen dam survey.

  • Berm – geese have been eating the grass from the seed that we planted last year. To reseed this year it will cost $2,800.00. Dam has been seeded.

  • Be Green out of Mt. P sprays for us for weeds and they fertilize. All natural. Geese are supposed to not like to eat it. So they ordered to spray the berm 2 times. We are going to try it. See if you think the new spray is helping keep the geese off the berm. Chris Beebe and Joe are coordinating efforts. When he has it he’s going to spray.

  • Boat launch repair. Elissa and Matt moved the dock farther away from the launch. Last year a boat broke off a pole when taking their boat out so we moved the dock farther away to avoid more damage. Also the hole has been filled with rocks and is much better for launching.

  • 2 years since inspection. Have to do new inspection in 2 more years. Hope to get maintenance done by then, and in 2 years they may have different suggestions.


Other projects:

  • Need to rip wrap wing walls of dam. Big hole below dam. All the spillways needs to be filled. Have to do both sides of spillway. May be $25 -$30,000.00.

  • We need to change the boards on the dam. We will need to hire a contractor to come change out the boards and that will be the most expensive project that we have to do. Top three rows are good but lower rows need to be replaced. Need contractor with good insurance.

  • Matt called excavating contractors last fall and couldn’t find anyone to even look at the boards at the dam.


Weed Assessment:

  • Turned in the papers. Need to get on township 2 public meetings in case anyone wants to oppose. G: it has to pass by 51% of signatures. Township has discussion. No opposition so far from residents to township. Must be published in the newspaper.

  • Price of weed treatment has gone up. But G did the math where in the past we’ve had excess money from last cycle so …. Quote $100 per year, if everyone pays their taxes, then we would have $7K in account. So we have extra in case some residents don’t pay their property taxes. $100 per year for weed treatment comes from taxes.

Annual clean-up day May 20, 2023 at 10:00 a.m.:

  • Down at inlet cleaned. Raking on berm done. Signs replaced. Dumpster was delivered and full in 3 days so we ordered a second dumpster that was also filled a week later. Huge success!


County sweeping roads. Elissa called the county and they will sweep all our roads once it rains and it isn’t so dusty.


Blight ordinance:

  • Steve looked into it. Township and County have their own rules. They are superior.


Leaf Litter:

  • There is a law against putting leaves in the lake on purpose. Please refer to ordinance. There is a pretty heavy fine.



  • Most likely going to happen in the future. Coldwater lake will most likely tie in with Beal City. Sherman Twp would like to have the property put in place to have a septic system. May not happen in 2-4 years, if at all. Some small lot sizes where you can’t have a well and septic because they would be too close together. Businesses have been turned away from downtown because not up to code because of bad sewer. Sherman Township will be fined. EGLE said we had a problem so now the township has to figure out what to do.

  • Our lake could voluntarily vote to put in the septic system. Hope your septic is good and you don’t have to replace it and then have to get hooked up with the sewer system. Beal City residents pay $75 per month for water bill.

Put on the website different building rules 50 ft v. 60 ft from the lake. Change in state law when people started building on that side. Gail to email G and S a copy.



Motion to accept board as is. Passed with none opposed.

Previous Meetings

President: Scott Cole

Vice President: Steve Dusso

Treasurer: Georganne Archambault

Secretary: Elissa Lyon

Trustee: Dick Moreau

Trustee: Matt Lyon

Trustee: Jennifer Mullin

Call to order :
Elissa to call to order, Georgeanna to second it.

Secretary’s Report:

Georgeanne reviewed minutes from 1/7/2023.  Scott accepts, Dick Seconds, approved.

Treasures Report:

  • Georgeanne reviewed the treasurer’s report.

  • Please ask any board member for a balance of the bank account if you would like the information.

  • There is $1,428.33 in the fish fund.

  • Motion to accept: Elissa Approves, Matt Seconds.

Gypsy Moth report:

  • Julie headed the gypsy moth spray for 2023 and will coordinate with the sprayer as needed.  Spraying will take place for all residents that signed up when the weather and conditions are appropriate to spray.  

  • Motion to accept: Elissa Approves, Matt Seconds.

Fish Report:

  • Fish Committee: It needs to be decided what to do with the donations for the fish fund.  Georgeanne will be giving the donation list to Steve Duso and Dick Moreau and they will contact all donators to see if they would like to be on the committee for decisions of fish plants to see when to buy fish, plant fist, etc. If you would like to be on the fishing committee, please contact Steve or Dick.

  • Motion to accept: Matt first and Scott seconded

New Business

  • Weed Assessment: Weed petitions will be turned in to the Township Clerk during the week of April 24.  Each vote counts for each lot owned. If you own 3 lots, you will essentially get 3 votes.

  • Dam Grant: Money divvied out as of yesterday from the federal government, extended to 4/11/2023 to find out who gets what, if any.  We don’t know if we are getting money or not. Scott Cole contacted the grant committee on 4/20/2023 and still hasn’t heard if they are granting money to LOHA.

Annual clean-up day May 20, 2023 at 10:00 a.m.:
Please meet at the turn around on West Shore Drive (where we had the picnic last year)
   •    Last year we rented a dumpster to clean up the island.  We had extra room in the dumpster and allowed residents to use the dumpster until full.  It was a huge success so this year we are planning on also renting a dumpster (30 yards) again this year.  It will be located at the end of West Shore Drive (where the picnic has been the last couple years) and delivered a day or so before clean-up day.  It will be at the location for up to 2 weeks or until full.  We would like to make a special note to not put hazardous materials or tires in the dumpster.  I was told that paint or oil could not be added in a liquid form but if kitty litter was added to the oil or paint, to make it a solid, that was acceptable.  A sign will be at the dumpster with warnings to avoid the dumping of hazardous materials.  Also, please warn your children not to play in or around the dumpster in case of injury, glass, nails, etc.
   •    This year for clean-up day, we will be focusing on clearing out logs and debris from the inlet.  The inlet had a lot of brush fall over the years and we want to make it safe for all lake residents who like to take their boats up and down the inlet and avoid injury to their boats.  
   •    Last year we spend A LOT of time cleaning up debris from the berm, cutting trees, and lopping brush.  There has been some regrowth so we may need to spend some time cutting that down for upkeep.
   •    Elissa called the Isabella County Road Commission to inquire about road sweeping.  (Getting sand and such off the roads).  They will sweep Pine Tree Drive, East Shore Drive, and West Shore Drive.  Ohls Drive is a private drive and is not considered a county road so they will not sweep Ohls Drive.  Dates on sweeping will be let known as more information becomes available.
   •    New signs have been ordered and received for ‘No Wake’ and ‘No Trespassing’.  Those will be put up during clean-up weekend or before.
   •    Township cleanup day is also LOHA cleanup day.  You should have gotten a notice in the mail.  
   •    The large tree at the picnic location had some big limps drop over the winter that also need to be cleaned up.
   •    We are also open to other suggestions, based on how many volunteers attend that weekend.

New News:

  • Annual meeting May 13, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. at the Weidman Community Center.

  • The dock has not been put in yet. I know we had some nice weather recently, however there is a significant sinkhole near the launch that we would like to get filled before putting in the dock.  A load of rocks will be delivered before May 1.  

  • Dam Boards go back in May 1 (on or about) to heighten the lake level.  

  • The dock was injured last year when a resident was pulling out/putting in a boat.  Matt Lyon will fix it.

  • Leaf litter is tree debris, sticks, leaves, put in the lake intentionally.  We all know trees shed their leaves in the fall/winter/spring that no one can help them falling in the lake. However, it is illegal to intentionally rake or blow your leaves directly into the lake.  A notice has been put on the website.

  • Please refer to that for fines and costs associated with leaf littering.

  • Blank weed petitions will be available at the annual meeting if you would like to sign one and haven’t done so yet.

  • Scott will check with Bee Green to price out growing grass or another alternative on the berm.  We planted some last year that didn’t take so we are looking into other options to avoid unnecessary expenditures.


  • We are accepting volunteers for the picnic.  Please let any board member if you would like to plan the picnic this year. We need approximately 4-6 volunteers.  If we do not get any volunteers, the picnic will be cancelled for this year.  So far Pat and Donna Graham have volunteered.  Thanks Pat and Donna!

  • A different idea we had, was to have a more informal picnic at the boat launch on the date of the 4th of July parade.

  • Ideas are welcomed!

Sewer System (Potential):

  • Sherman Township will have to hire a company to test for bacteria in our lake.  We have no idea when this will occur.  However, if the township gets a positive test for bacteria, LOHA will pay to get testing done as well to double check that the stats match.

  • If you are having septic issues and are thinking about replacing/maintaining your system, you may want to inquire about the status of this testing to see if it is something that should be waited on if possible, in case they do end up putting in a new sewer system in the following years.

Zone Ordinance: Steve:

  • 3.29 of the Isabella Co. Zoning Ordinance….. enclosed structure.

Motion to End: Elissa, Steve.

Call meeting to an end:
Motion Matt, Georganne seconded.


Lake of The Hills
Meeting 1.7.2023

A special meeting was held in order to discuss what occurred at the Sherman Township meeting that occurred on January 5, 2023 regarding the ‘sewer project


President: Scott Cole (not present)

Vice President: Steve Dusso

Treasurer: Georganne Archambault

Secretary: Elissa Lyon

Trustee: Dick Moreau

Trustee: Matt Lyon (not present)

Trustee: Jennifer Mullin (not present)

Secretary’s Report

  • Not reviewed


Treasures Report:

  • Georganne reviewed the treasurers report.

  • If any lake resident would like a summary of the bank account information, please contact a board member.

  • Dues – Invoices were mailed for the 2023 dues on February 6, 2023.

  • Petition – This was sent out with the dues notice. This is for the water quality, spraying the lake in the summer months to keep it clear(er). This needs to be renewed every 4 years. It must be passed by 51% vote to be approved. If we do not get 51% approval, the lake spraying will discontinue. The money comes from our taxes and therefore a petition needs to be filed with the township for that payment. The payment is not going up for 2024-2028. All homeowners must sign the petition. Please complete the petition with your name, signature, address, and lot/parcel number and return them to Elissa Lyon, Secretary, by May 1, 2023 in order to be sent to Sherman Township. If you have any questions, please contact any board member.

Fish Report/ Water quality:

  • Dick prepared a fish report. He states that since we started planting fish, we have planted the following:

1,650 Bluegill

450 Sunfish

2181 Crappie

815 Walley

Total: 5915 ($11,085 worth from 2014-2022)

  • Also, Steve Duso would like to start a fish committee where different members fish and report their catches. If you love to fish, please contact him for more information.

New Business:

  • At the Sherman Township meeting which Georgeann and Dick attended, they discussed the following:

Beal City recently had all its sewers replaced. It was a big job. The EGLE also tested Weidman. It tested positive for E. coli bacteria. They will be testing Lake of the Hills as well as Coldwater Lake. If they find positive testing for E. coli bacteria in the water, EGLE will have the sewers replaced just as Beal City has done. Sherman Township butts up to Nottawa Township so our sewer system will be connected with Beal City’s sewer system. We are not sure if this will happen for all residents of Lake of the Hills, some residents, or no residents. We will not know until EGLE does its testing (unknown date) and reports back. However, if it does need to be replaced, it will be very expensive. A grant was talked about to cover 75% of the sewer if it needs to be replaced and the Township will have to get a loan to cover the other 25% and then the rest will be added to the residents as a tax until paid. This could be expensive. And while LOHA is not involved in what happens, we would like all residents to be aware of what may happen in the near future. I would suggest anyone with questions attend the Sherman Township Meetings which occur the 3rd Monday of the month at 7:00 at 3550 N. Rolland Rd., Weidman, Michigan.

  • A special meeting is scheduled for February 9th at 3:00 to discuss specifically the EGLE notice in regards to the sewer system.


  • In the past people have sent with their dues payment, extra money for fish donation. We are not planning on a fish plant for 2023. However, if you still wish to donate, please know that money is set aside in a special way to only be spent only on fish so if you would like to donate, know it will be saved specifically for the next plant, whenever that may be.


Meeting 11/22/2022

  • President:                    Scott Cole (989) 615-3817

  • Vice President:            Steve Duso (989) 233-0472

  • Treasurer:                    Georganne Archambault (765) 623-2317

  • Secretary:                    Elissa Lyon (269) 568-5680

  • Trustee:                       Jennifer Mullin (989) 621-5070

  • Trustee:                       Dick Moreau (989) 824-0082

  • Trustee:                       Matt Lyon (989)506-8636

Call to order:

  • Elissa to call to order, Scott to second it.

Secretary’s Report: 

  • Elissa reviewed minutes from 8/15/2022. Scott accepts, Matt Seconds.

Treasures Report :

  • Georgeanne reviewed the treasurers report.

  • LOHA has a Lock Box at Isabella Bank. It will double in cost next year to $65 per year. What is in there is quite outdated. Motion to dissolve the lock box. Scott accepts and Jen second.

  • Georgeanne to work on a backup plan for second quick books in case her main file gets deleted/ruined.

  • Jen first, Steve seconded.

Fish Report/ Water quality:

  • Water quality – non acidic. Walker creek is flowing nice. Chloride is high because lack of rain, above normal levels but still not back. O2 is good right now for the fish. Nitrates and phosphates are a little high.

  • Fish Report: Our fish are equal to the State average or better. Crape’s are good, perch good, legal bass were about 6 years old.

  • Cat fish, crape, minnows were planted this fall. Fish were difficult to get but we planted 150 Walleye, 281 crape, 4 gallon minnow.

  • Motion to Accept fish and water report, Elissa and Georganne.

New Business:

      Dirt report:

  • President Scott sent in an application for a grant for our lake. We are waiting to hear back if it will be granted in part, in whole or denied.

  • Ask for $19,550 for grant. (20K) we have to pay 10%.

  • Dam is satisfactory (which is the best) but our risk is high b/c so many people down stream that would hurt if our dam broke.

  • If we don’t get money for the grant, the board discussed working toward getting the survey completed for the lake at the very least. (Cost about $10,500.00).

  • A Motion was brought to approve getting the survey even if we don’t get approved for the grant, Unanimous of board.

  • It was brought up that there are different rules for building structures on Ohls Drive and West Shore Drive. Apparently it is 50 ft. v. 60 ft. of building on lake. This will be discussed at annual meeting.

  • Weed Assessment: Our weed assessment will end 12/31/2023. In order to continue the weed treatments, we will need to get a petition signed by all lake residents to get approval. The cost of the weed treatments will come out of our taxes. Petitions will be sent out in the Spring 2023. If you approve of the weed treatments every owner of each lot will need to sign the petition. In order to pass we need 51% of all petitions signed.

  • Georgeann has a current list of all homeowners.

  • The Petition will be sent with the first dues notice (on or about 1/25/2023) and a return envelope. Petitions are due to the township by May 15.

Motion to End the Meeting:

  • Elissa approved, Steve seconded


Meeting 8/15/2022

  • President:                    Scott Cole (989) 615-3817

  • Vice President:            Matt Lyon (989) 506-8636

  • Treasurer:                    Georganne Archambault (765) 623-2317

  • Secretary:                    Elissa Lyon (269) 568-5680

  • Trustee:                       Jennifer Mullin – (989) 621-5070

  • Trustee:                       Dick Moreau (989) 824-0082

  • Trustee:                       Danny Brent – (989) 430-6406

Call to order:

  • Matt called to order, Elissa seconded it. 

Secretary’s Report: 

  • Elissa reviewed minutes from May 2022. Motion to approve secretary’s report: Scott approves. Georganne Seconds.

Treasures Report :

  • Georganne reviewed the treasurers report.

  • Insurance was raised this year by $411.00 for the dam insurance. Reviewed past dues. Motion to approve Treasurer’s report: Scott Approves, Matt seconded.

  • If any lake resident would like a summary of the bank account information, please contact a board member.

Fish Report/ Water quality:

  • Water: has been good. Non acidic, moderate hardness. Chloride has come down some. Oxygen is channel is good. Nutrients are in normal range.

  • Vegetation has lowered. Perch lake creek doesn’t show much so creates more algae in the channel. Crappie are getting close to state average/DNR average. Same with bass and pike. Fish plant from 2 years ago are growing well.

  • Fish: We are doing a fall fish plant in October! We have $1000 from last year’s donation to put toward the fish. $500 will by matched by the LOHA. We are getting Crappie, Walley, Catfish, and fat head minnows. We will let you know the delivery date once it is set in stone.

  • Motion to approve Fish Report: Approved by Matt, second Georganne

New Business:

  • Insurance has been paid.

  • We talked about doing some projects in the neighborhood.

  • At the annual meeting we talked about adding “no wake” signs and “no trespassing” signs around the lake. Elissa will look into ordering signs to add/replace around the lake.

  • Our outtake dam needs some attention as well. We need to clear out the brush, and wrap the walls and add rocks to both sides. This will be a job that will require an excavator and a professional. Matt Lyon will look into contacting contractors to inquire about costs into getting this done. We may have to do one side at a time depending on costs.

  • Several trees and brush were cleared from the overspill this winter and spring. This needs to stay clear per our dam inspection. It has been sprayed once and the board addressed its current situation to keep the brush from growing up. Currently the underbrush is still pretty small.

  • At the annual meeting we also discussed getting a survey done of the lake and getting a drawing update. Scott has been in contact to get quotes on this project.

  • Scott is also looking into getting a grant from the State to cover some of the projects that will need to take place in the future.

  • Last year we seeded the berm on the outtake dam to grow grass as this was necessary to keep the dam up to code per the dam investigation. However, the geese that like to be on the berm have prevented the grass from growing due to them eating it and pooping on it. Scott will be making some calls to see what other options we have, perhaps lining it with rock. We will keep you posted.

  • If you are concerned that a neighbor may be living in unsuitable conditions, please do not contact a board member. Please contact the Central Michigan District Health Department at (989) 773-5931.

  • We did discuss the fact that some lake residents have complained about blight (messy yards) from their neighbors. Steve is going to look into Sherman Township blight rules.

  • Every 4-5 years, we need to renew our weed assessment. The company that sprays our lake for weeds is paid by our taxes. This will need to be renewed in the 2023 season. In order for it to pass 50% of lake residents will need to approve it in order for it to be taken out of our taxes. We will talk more about this as it approaches.

Old Business:


  • Please remember to be kind and courteous to your neighbors.

Motion to End the Meeting:

  • Approved by Elissa and seconded by Matt


Annual Meeting 5/14/2022
Meeting came to order at 3pm

  • President:                    Scott Cole (989) 615-3817

  • Vice President:            Matt Lyon (989) 506-8636

  • Treasurer:                    Georganne Archambault (765) 623-2317

  • Secretary:                    Elissa Lyon (269) 568-5680

  • Trustee:                       Jennifer Mullin – (989) 621-5070

  • Trustee:                       Dick Moreau (989) 824-0082

  • Trustee:                       Danny Brent – (989) 430-6406

  • Introductions of board members. 


  • Motion to start meeting. 

Secretary’s Report:

  • Minutes from Board Meeting 3/3/2022 were read and accepted as is.  Motion made by Georgeanne Archambault and seconded by Matthew Lyon.  Motion Carried.  Minutes to be put on file.    


Treasurer’s Report:

  • Cash Balance was discussed.   

  • Expenses were presented. 

  • Budget Planning Report for Annual Meeting was presented.  This showed all our expenses due, and expenses expected for next year.

  • Insurance has increased to $15,000 this year. In August it will renew and we will find out if it will increase once again.

  • Motion to accept the treasurer’s report was made by Elissa Lyon and seconded by Matthew Lyon.  Report was approved and put on file. 


Fish Report:

  • Dick Moreau conducted a fish report/water quality.  We planted 200 crappies 3 years ago and 300 last year.   Dick caught some crappie this year and said based on the scales, the fish are doing well.  We’re at about 7” and the State average is 8 ½” so ours are growing well.  If they keep spawning they will keep getting bigger.   No walleye have been reported caught (that we were aware of at the meeting).  The water quality has been tested and is good.  Perch Lake has also been tested and is good.  PH, hardness, and Chloride all tested in the safe range.  Please remember to not burn leaves by the water as it suffocates the fish.  Please avoid fertilizing your lawns next to the lake as some chemicals are harmful to the water. 

  • Motion to accept the treasurer’s report was made by Georgeanne Archambault and seconded by Matthew Lyon.  Report was approved and put on file.


Old Business:

  • Mowing will cost the same this year as last year. 

  • Lake Solutions is in charge of spraying our lake for weeds.  Last year they were late spraying as they had to renew their permit.  They should not have this same problem this year.   We did apply for a permit to treat the water above the dam (West end of the lake) in order to help keep weeds coming into the lake. Not approved as of today’s date.



  • Last fall we had an inspection on our dam. 

  • In the outtake dam there are several seepage spots that will need to be addressed in the near future.  They have been there for years, but will need attention soon.  The boards will need to be replaced.

  • Our original dam drawings are very old, as in, when the lake was established old.  It was suggested that we have someone come in and survey the dam that way we will have accurate measurements and will make it easier to monitor the dam year to year. 

  • We talked about getting State funding for our dam. 

  • The maintenance of the dam that needs to be done is very expensive (survey and replacing boards).  Also, as the board and volunteers try to do several projects around the lake, these two projects are not able to be done by lake residents and will need to be hired out.   

  • A Motion was made to increase dues from $175 for the first lot to $200.00. All 2nd lots and more will stay at $50.00 each in order to cover any insurance increases that may come in August as well as to help cover the maintenance of the dam projects.  Motion passed unanimously by all residents who attended the meeting.   Next year when dues are mailed out they will reflect this change. 

  • A Motion was also brought up by the board as to have a rule of when residents need to have their boat out of the water.  A Motion was brought to have all (motor) boats out of the water by the 1st of November every year.  Motion was passed unanimously by all members.  From this date forward, all boats with a motor must be removed from the lake by November 1. 

  • In the last several months the board has had several complaints about neighbors who have had unkept lawns and/or trash, debris in their yard.  The board has no control over this since there are no official rules in our rule book.  We brought up a discussion to see if residents would like to have specific lawn/yard requirements in the handbook to entice neighbors to keep their yards kept.  This Motion was not passed due to the fact we did not have any specifics as to what the “yard” rules should be.  However, the board did say we would look into what rules maybe should be added and will vote on specifics next year at the annual meeting.  We did mention looking at Lake Isabella’s rules are, as well as the current County rules.  If any resident has a specific suggestion, please bring it to the attention of any board member and we will keep a tally on what may be approved/not approved next annual meeting 2023.  We also discussed once we get a list, to email it out to residents to get feedback prior to annual meeting 2023. 

  • Recently we have been seeing people fishing on our lake where they are not permitted and also may note be residents.  It was suggested that additional signs be put up around the lake which was agreed upon and shall be coming soon.



Election of Officers:

  • Danny Brent has moved as of March 2022 and therefore left an open trustee position on the board.  Steve is new to our lake and was voted in as Vice President, and Matt took the open trustee position. 


President:   Scott Cole – (989) 615-3817

Vice President: Steve Duso – (989) 684-2526

Treasurer: Georganne Archambault – (765) 623-2317

Secretary: Elissa Lyon – (269) 568-5680

Trustee: Dick Moreau – (517) 420-7214

Trustee: Matt Lyon – (989) 506-8636

Trustee: Jennifer Mullin – (989) 621-5070

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