Welcome Tri-Lakes Member!
We are glad you joined our association.
The following pages contain some very helpful and important
information. Please visit all of the
If you have any questions or comments, don’t hesitate to contact us.
By joining Tri-Lakes, you have shown your commitment to
maintaining the highest professional standards.
Take part in association activities, it will make your company more
visible in the community and help you gain business prospects.
When you joined Tri-Lakes, you automatically became a member
of the Michigan Association of Home Builders and the National Association of
Home Builders. Your new memberships will
grant you access to materials and information that will keep you current with
the issues and trends that affect your business. The three associations will also help you to
work smarter, not harder, by becoming your best resource for legal counsel,
business management assistance, and technical advice along with providing information
on critical regulatory developments. Remember,
this is YOUR association. It exists to
serve YOU, and we want you to feel free to send us your ideas and suggestions.
♦ Tri-Lakes meets for 6 dinner meetings per year on the 4th
Wednesday of the month, 6:00 pm at the Fred’s in Roscommon: January - February - April - May - September
- October. Your dinners are included in
with your paid dues. You may bring a
guest, but you will be billed for any meals over the 6 already paid for.
♦ Some events are: Continuing
Competency classes / Education, Wine Tasting, Shooting Contest, and Hammers ‘N’
Woods Golf Outing.
♦ Here are a few things that the Michigan Association of Home Builders has done for us:
The MI Uniform Energy Code becoming the first cost effective energy code to be enforced in the country.
Reductions in the MI Personal Income Tax and the phase out of the Single Business Tax
The defeat of the carpenter’s licensing bills and the Drain Code revision
Reasonable resolution of the Construction Lien Fund deficit (from $300 to $50)
Passage of the Single State Construction Code Act
Passage of legislation restricting building department fees and their use.