The Association has begun the process of addressing Phragmites, which is an
invasive perennial that is in many of the common wetland areas. While the first treatment has been applied,
and the next activity will be performed in February of 2019. The Association is working with Oakland Township
to assure that our efforts are complimentary to the Township effort. For more on Phragmites check
out these links:
The Veteran's Tribute of Oakland Township is located just south-east
of the subdivision on Adams Road. This tribute is being develeoped by a non-profit
corporation to pay tribute to the United States Armed Forces and Military Veterans.
The VTOT is led by a volunteer, unpaid Board of Directors who are all residents of Oakland Township.
Contruction is expected to be wrapped up in the spring of 2018.
Visit VTOTMI.ORG for
information on how to help support this worthwhile effort!
A great place
Wrapped in mature
trees amid gently rolling hills, the Country Creek development is situated on 290 acres in
Oakland Township, Michigan. With almost one quarter of the subdivision devoted to green space,
ponds, and a meandering brook, its executive home sites represent the best blend of
country living with all of the amenities. The charm of community walking paths,
abundant green space and quiet streets--all conveniently located close to Rochester, Great
Lakes Crossing, Oakland University and with easy access to Interstate 75 make Country Creek a
great place to live.
Subdivision Homeowner Association Meeting The annual HOA meeting will be held on Wednesday May 8th, at Delta Kelly Elementary School, at 7:00 PM. We will review the 2019-2020 plans for managing and maintaining the subdivision. In addition, elections for officers will be conducted. This year there will be elections for two, one year terms and two, two-year terms.
Phragmites cutting the week of February 11, 2019 In conjunction with Oakland Township, we have contracted with PLM Lake & Land Management Corp to address the invasive phragmites that have taken over the wetlands of the subdivision. Following last fall's glyphosate application, the second step to be taken the week of February 11, is to physically cut down the plants. To achieve that, you will likely see equipment operating in the wetland areas of the subdivision.
The goal is to allow the natural vegetation to regrow by taking out the phragmites. It looks like this will likely be a periodic process as the phragmites have no counter species to limit their growth in wetlands. PLM has worked with the Township and Michigan DEQ for all appropriate permits. The work will likely take only a few days, weather permitting.
Mailbox looking bad? If you are going replace your mailbox, please consider purchasing the mailbox style
which has been recommended for our subdivision. Amazon.com now carries the Salsbury mailboxes - at a great price--and
the best part is that it is as a Prime item Prime members get it with free shipping!
Here are the links to purchase the mailbox components yourself directly from Amazon: