Welcome to the MSLIA - Middle Straits Lake Website!

The MSLIA Board:

President - Pete Saules, Colony Drive
Vice President - Jeff Carroll, Colony Drive
Secretary - Greg Andrick, Dandison Court
Treasurer - Chip Campbell, Colony Drive
Investment Manager / Lake Safety Director - James Mann, Colony Drive
Social Director - Matt Barron, Dandison Blvd.
Ecology/Biology and Water Quality Director - Al Proulx, Eldora
Weeds - Cody Kurzer, Colony Drive
Government Relations - Mike Caruso, Dandison Court
Public Relations - Linea Coles, Dandison Court
Public Relations - Mike Mankvitz, Colony Drive
Public Relations - Mike Tomczky, Colony Drive
Web Master - Kara Dunn, Detroit Blvd.
Treasure Emeritus - Bob Barbour, Detroit Blvd
 
Help fund our fireworks!  We are planning to have a fireworks display for our lake this year in conjunction with our summer party.  We have set up a GoFundMe account to raise money.
 

The MSLIA Board will update this website periodically
to keep you informed, so make sure you bookmark and return here for the latest information regarding your lake.

We are a non-profit organization representing the lakefront owners of Middle Straits Lake in Oakland County, Michigan.

 
Middle Straits Lake Improvemnt Association

Westacres Community Association - Mark Chrzanowski
Twin Beach Park Association - Lynn Carnacchi
Crystal Echo Beach Improvement Association - Jared Hartz
Tripps Middle Straits Lake - Tracy Mcilroy
Twin Beach Civic Association -Sean Hook
Lakewood Estates - John Bonnett

 
IMPORTANT
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It appears the Baypoint Golf course is up for sale again. We believe the potential buyer is proceeding with their due diligence and surveying the property for a possible residential development to be constructed on the golf course site.
Our association had previously been involved with a proposed residential development on the golf course site in 2005. At that time, we worked with the developer and both West Bloomfield and Commerce townships to assist in site planning to address our desire to minimize any adverse impact to our lake. This lead to a win-win plan for the developer, both townships and Middle Straits Lake.  As we know that development never came to fruition due to the economic downturn in 2007.

The MSLIA has not seen any preliminary plans for the golf course development at this point. Nor have we been able to identify the possible developer/purchaser of the property. We are hopeful the potential buyer / developer will contact our association and work with us to incorporate and address any lake issues that may arise early on in the planning process and to utilize our resources and intimate knowledge of the lake to produce a lakefront jewel for Middle Straits Lake.