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Posted on Jul 7th, 2015 Comments (0)
Several people have inquired about highlighting areas of change between the current Lakepoint bylaws and the proposed restated and amended (revised) Lakepoint bylaws. Here is why the Lakepoint Master Board did not do highlighting:

With the new HOA law in place, the Lakepoint Master Board recognized the need to revise Lakepoint bylaws and hired a legal firm that specializes in HOA bylaws, covenants and declarations. That firm is Triplett Woolf & Garretson Llc.
The attorney developed our new bylaws to keep Lakepoint in compliance with the new HOA law. The updating process involved formatting and wording changes provided by the attorney and most of these changes don’t alter the meaning from the original bylaws. Formatting changes frequently don’t line up side-by-side with the current bylaws. For example, in the new, revised bylaws, Section 2.8 defines the word “Lot.”  ” In the current bylaws, “Lot” is defined in Section 2.05. Discrepancies like this occur frequently throughout the document to the point that highlighting would be excessive and, according to our attorney, would have been more confusing than helpful.
By using an attorney, the board has made every effort to ensure that the bylaws are in compliance and accurate. Nothing is hidden. Every change, whether it is wording, numbering, or actual change of content, is included in the revised bylaws. Comparing the current bylaws to the revised bylaws will have to be a matter of placing the two documents, side-by-side, and reading through both copies.
The Board appreciates your taking this extra effort to compare bylaws for this important vote. Without the passage of this vote, Lakepoint will not be in compliance with the new HOA law.
Posted on Jul 2nd, 2015 Comments (2)
Thank you for visiting the website to review the newly amended bylaws and compare them to the current bylaws. The general purpose for the revisions is to modify and update the bylaws to bring them in compliance with the Kansas Uniform Common Interest Owners Bill of Rights Act. 

Clicking on each of the following links will open a file in Adobe Reader. If you do not have Adobe Reader, you can download it for free by clicking on this link.  

Here is the link for the current bylaws: CLICK HERE 
Here is the link for the new bylaws: CLICK HERE
Here is the link for the new HOA Law:  CLICK HERE
Once you have reviewed the bylaws, cast your votes – two votes per lot/residence – on the postcard ballot and drop it into the mail by July 24. No postage is required.

Two votes per lot/residence is essential, even if there is only one person living in your residence. Please cast both votes and return the enclosed ballot by July 24.
Found dog in Lakepoint, near Minneha
Posted on Jul 1st, 2015 Comments (1)
This cute little dog was found behind Minneha school in Lakepoint. If you own this dog or know who does, please contact Carolyn Ramsey at 636-9105.
Posted on Jun 2nd, 2015 Comments (0)
Hats off to Gatewood for providing mulch and labor to dress up some of the common areas around Honeysuckle Lake. Gerald Morton, Steve Rothwell and Kurt Cornejo with three of his employees provided the labor. The Gatewood HOA paid for half of the mulch ($3,200) and the master board paid the remaining half, leaving funds intact for other Lakepoint expenses.
Posted on May 15th, 2015 Comments (1)
Bradford Place residents and the Bradford Place HOA Board would like to thank Gerald Morton for volunteering his time and hard work (and hands and knees) to install the mulch at the Bradford Place monument sign entrance.  It looks very nice.
Posted on Apr 24th, 2015 Comments (0)
It's OK to invite a friend to fish in Lakepoint lakes, however, you must accompany them while they are fishing. When asked, some fishermen will name a Lakepoint resident and that resident has never met the person! If you see someone who appears to be an unauthorized out-of-area fisherman, report the person or people and their location to a Master Board member by clicking HERE. A board member will then call Lakepoint's on-call security service to approach them.
Posted on Apr 10th, 2015 Comments (0)
Signs for garage sales and home sales pop up in the spring and summer faster than dandelions so now is the time to share some rules for placing those signs. Following these guidelines is important because a clutter of signs at our entrances looks messy and cheap.
The basic rule: All signs placed on common property in Lakepoint are not allowed per city ordinance. This means:
  • No garage sale signs,
  • No realtor signs,
  • No "For sale by homewner" signs and
  • No event signs.
Exceptions to the rule:
  • Garage sale signs may be placed in common areas on the date of the sale. They must be removed at the end of the day. If your sale runs multiple days, you must place and remove the signs each day.
  • Realtor Open House signs may be placed on common area on the day of the open house. They must be removed at the close of the open house.
If you see a sign that violates these guidelines, you should call the city at (316) 268-4013 (Monday-Friday, 8:00am - 4:30pm) to arrange for removal of the sign. You can also call the realtor or the homeowner about "Home for Sale" signs and ask them to remove their signs.

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Click here to contact the Lakepoint Master HOA Board if you see the following:
  • Water leaks
  • Poorly aimed sprinklers
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  • Downed tree limbs
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Thanks for helping. These reports can expedite repairs and save your association unnecessary expenses, such as wasted water or burned-out pump motors.
Report trash and litter in commons
An area resident sweeps Lakepoint for litter regularly, but If you see a large amount of trash littering the streets or common areas, call Jordan at 634-0590.

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