From the MP Lakefront Association

First Quarter 2012 Board Meeting
We conducted our First Quarter 2012 Board meeting on Wednesday February 15th 2012. Several topics were discussed and the headlines are that we are financially sound coming out of 2011, our community has no foreclosure homes at this time, and our new residents are quickly upgrading their properties. I want to thank the residents that attended the meeting.

Lakefront Entrance Upgrade
During the meeting the Board agreed on a proposal to upgrade our Lakefront entrance with a state of the art security and surveillance package.

During March, we will be installing a Bar Code Reader that will read the current sticker on your vehicle and provide access to the Lakefront community. It will be programmed to only permit Lakefront Bar Codes to activate the gate.

Those who don’t have a Bar Code sticker may either call the resident or the Guard from the new keypad that will be installed.

Once this is complete, the gates will remain closed 24/7 and residents will no longer have entry codes. We will also be installing surveillance cameras at the gate area and at the keypad to view the gates, license plates, and a facial camera. Our camera system will be projected at the Guardhouse to allow Guards to also view activity at our entrance.
We are currently finalizing the process to ensure that the transition is seamless and that you, your guests, and vendors have a secure, monitored, and consistent method of entry to our Lakefront community.

We will communicate more information as we get closer to the transition however if you have questions or suggestions please feel free to contact a Board member via e-mail.

Kids on Wheels

One area that continues to be a concern in our neighborhood is the safety of our children. Many of them received new toys to drive and ride for Christmas and our streets are becoming filled with kids on toys. Please pay attention when driving and look out for our kids. Parents please know what your kids are doing and supervise them at all times when they are using the streets as a playground. We want to allow the children to enjoy themselves, but at the same time we don’t want an accident to occur that we will all regret.

Going forward if you have questions or concerns about our neighborhood or if you would be interested in serving on our Board, please feel free to e mail me at and I will do my best to act upon your request along with the help of our great Board. ~ Bob Simpson

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