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Neighborhood News
Change in Management
Posted on Sep 23rd, 2019
Here is a letter from the current board about a change in management companies for the HOA
Annual meeting presentation
Posted on Sep 18th, 2019
Here is the presentation for the annual OLA meeting of September 17, 2019
M-24 Q&A
Posted on Aug 27th, 2019
Please find the Q&A from the M24 meeting. We will be contacting MDOT and Oxford Village to clarify the questions we could not answer. Those answers will be added when received.
 
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OLA Board / M24 committee
M-24 presentation
Posted on Aug 23rd, 2019
Here are parts one and two of the M-24 construction presentation, as well as the 1998 road maintenance agreement that was discussed at the August 21 meeting. 
Letter to winners of the landscape contest
Posted on Jul 27th, 2019
Find here the letter from Wojos to the 15 residents who won the landscaping contest. Winners will receive their letters addressed to 'resident' as Wojos does not have association names, only house numbers. 
Open letter about park security
Posted on May 30th, 2019
An open letter to residents about park security from OLA president.
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Ice Fishing Safety
ICE FISHING SAFETY TIPS
To maximize ice fishing safety when enjoying winter fishing outing, it is important to know a few
things about ice.
1. New ice is usually stronger than old ice. Four inches of clear, newly formed ice may support
one person on foot, while a foot or more of old, partially thawed ice may not.
2. Ice seldom freezes uniformly. It may be a foot thick in one location and only an inch or two
just a few feet away.
3. Ice formed over flowing water and currents is often dangerous. This is especially true near
streams, bridges, and culverts. Also, the ice outside river bends is usually weaker due to the
undermining effects of the faster current.
4. The insulating effect of snow slows down the freezing process. The extra weight also
reduces how much weight the ice sheet can support. Also, ice near shore can be weaker
than ice that is farther out.
5. Booming and cracking ice is not necessarily dangerous. It only means that the ice is
expanding and contracting as the temperature changes.
6. Schools of fish or flocks of waterfowl can also adversely affect the relative safety of ice. The
movement of fish can bring warm water up from the bottom of the lake. This can open up
holes in the ice causing snowmobiles and cars to break through.
RECOMMENDED MINIMUM ICE THICKNESS
One of the most important ice fishing basics is that of following ice thickness guidelines. While
most anglers know intuitively that thin ice can be extremely dangerous, fewer may know that
white ice or "snow ice" is only about half as strong as new clear ice. Follow the ice thickness
recommendations below to maximize fishing safety.
-2" or less - STAY OFF
-4" - Ice fishing or other activities on foot
-5" - Snowmobile or ATV
-8"-12" - Car or small pickup
-12"-15" - Medium truck
Note: These guidelines are for new, clear solid ice. Many factors other than thickness can cause ice
to be unsafe. Double the above thickness guidelines when traveling on white ice to ensure ice
safety.