Lincoln Village Residents Association

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Welcome to the LVRA Website

Thank you for your continued support by joining the Lincoln Village Residents association (LVRA).

Your support of our Association shows your concern and willingness to make Lincoln Village community one of the finest in the area.

Your membership dues make it possible for the production of our newsletter the "Railsplitter" and the directory. We are able to provide many community activities throughout the year. We encourage Associate membership to join and participate with the village to improve the quality of life in the village.

Starting in June 2019, our monthly Board meetings will be held on the first Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Westland Area Library . Everyone is invited and welcome!

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LVRA Holiday Decorating Contest for 2018 winners

LVRA Holiday Decorating Contest for 2018 winners are: =================================   1st Place4916 Malden Way 2nd Place215 Topsfield Rd 3rd Place408 Yarmouth Lane   Honorable mentions:... more
Started: December 20th 2018Replies: 0

2017 Street Sweep - Prairie Township

Source link: http://www.prairietownship.org/civicalerts.aspx?AID=54   The township will be doing their first of two street sweeps on all curbed roads starting Monday April 17, 2017. We will... more
Started: April 14th 2017Replies: 0

2017-04-29 = 5K Walk & Run - Lincoln Village North

Source Link: http://www.prairietownship.org/258/5K-Walk-Run-Events   more
Started: March 29th 2017Replies: 0

Neighborhood Resource Guide

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Removing Mold, Mildew Or Musty Odors From Your Home
Mold_th A water leak or high humidity can lead to mold, mildew, or other biological growth. Depending on the severity, conditions can lead to rot, structural damage, premature paint failure, and a variety of health...
Developer/Homeowner Transition: A Guide To Success
Baton_th A successful transition from developer control to owner control of a homeowners association or a condominium association is not necessarily a difficult process. However, it requires open lines of...
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