Reminder…the Pecan Sale deadline is Oct 20th….please see ordering details in the attached flier….and don’t get shut out!
Unique stemless wine glasses used for Sip & Snoop are for sale on a first come basis. Also perfect for bourbon, scotch or Yoo Hoo. They are only $35.00 a dozen or $5.00 each if you want fewer than twelve. 100% of the money will go to beautify Alcoa Highway, so you’re helping the community, showing you’re pride in Lakemoor, and getting great glasses to boot.
Checks to Lakemoor Hills Homeowners Assn. • 4000 Maloney Road • Orders or question call Mary • 579-5617 • email@example.com
Thanks for all your support!
thank you so much for all the work and excitement you put into this event. It really was fabulous. To Mary, Bill and Laura and Cindy. Jackson and whoever else helped cook the delicious food.
to all who opened their beautiful homes…to the registrars, the deck hands, the greeters, and the neighbors who participated
Geri and Charlie
Hope you had a great afternoon. We love this neighborhood.
Bill, Mary, Laura and Cindy
Posting on behalf of Barbara Kincaid:
Due to an unexpected event, Barbara Kincaid is making her two Sip n Snoop tickets available for sale. If interested, please give her a call at 865-310-8412.
If you bought tickets… Your passport will be issued at the church between 1:30 and 2:00 on Sunday, Oct. 7. If you were not able to purchase tickets please be aware that a 100 of your “snoopie” neighbors will be walking and driving on our roads between 2:00 and 5:00 so please be extra careful driving.
Monies will go to make Alcoa Highway beautiful when the road is finished about a year from now. All neighbors will benefit, even if you’re not snooping today. Please support and thank our generous sponsors: Ashe’s Wine & Spirits, Bacon & Company, the Tomato Head, and Volunteer Landing.
It is going to be a great day…pray for clear skies!
Below are your questions and the answers from the engineer on the project. If you have any further questions or concerns please feel free to contact me. Keisha Gregory, TDOT, firstname.lastname@example.org
- When are the bridges and access roads are projected to be completed?
- The 3 bridges are all on different time frames and it is unclear on the exact dates they will be completed/open to traffic. I can tell you that the bridge at Maloney road will be the first one completed, and is projected to be open to the public sometime around early spring at the latest, weather permitting. The bridge at Montlake will be the next one completed, followed by the bridge at Mount Vernon.
- Will development will be encouraged on the larger parcels of land around the intersections?
- Anything within state right of way will not have any type of development going on. There is a large portion of land acquired by the contractor on Montlake that is near the roundabout intersection, but the state does not know the intentions of the contractor for this parcel after construction is completed.
- What progress is being made on the greenways?
- The greenway will be one of the last things completed/open on the project. The grade work for the greenway has been completed in some sections along its route, but a majority of the alignment for the greenway depends on other activities to be completed before it can be installed. To explain the greenway at retaining wall at Woodson. The greenway will not be hanging off of the wall, but will rather be on the roadway side of the wall. There will be a concrete barrier wall constructed between the greenway and Alcoa highway for safety of those using the greenway in this area. For now, the greenway will end just passed Woodson until the next project begins which will pick it back up and carry it to the current greenway that runs along Fort Loudon.
- Some explanation for the work at Ginn:
- Both Ginn road West and East required grade work for their new alignments, which is now completed at this time. As of right now, East Ginn road is projected to be completed first and open to traffic within the next few months. West Ginn road will then be completed once the East side is done.
Please note, that a vast majority of the work left to be completed on the North end of the project for the bridges, access roads, greenways, etc… depend on the large retaining wall being constructed across from Mount Vernon. Once you see this nearing completion, then you’ll see a lot of these things really coming together.
September 2018 CNQ029 update
At the last LHHA meeting we posted all the suggestions that were received for names for the new service road(s) at Alcoa Hwy. Attendees at the meeting voted on the suggestions and these were the top three winners –
- Lakemoor View
- Quiet Side Dr. or Ln.
- Lakeside Way
I have submitted these 3 names to the city for review. I think business owners along the roads will have their input and then it will be submitted to MPC for review and comment. I will inform you of any feedback that I receive.
Thanks for being part of the process!
Kathy Proctor, LHHA President
Dear LHHA Members,
The LHHA Garden Club is running their annual Pecan Sale. Whether you say Pe Caan or Pe Can, it is time to order these mammoth whole new-crop Georgia Pecans.
The grove told us this will be a good crop year!!
Proceeds support the LHHA Garden Club and community projects.
Attached is the order flyer with details. Please share with your friends and family.
Hello neighbors, in preparation for some possible outages due to hurricane Frances, C.L. would like to provide a link for your convenience to the K.U.B. Outage Center.
And more specifically the checklist for preparedness.
Here is an excerpt from the KUB Website:
How You Can Prepare for Storms
Our employees are prepared, and we want our customers to be prepared too. You can be prepared for storms by planning ahead:
- Keep emergency supplies on hand such as batteries, flashlights, a battery-operated radio, nonperishable food items, bottled water, and a charged cell phone. The Red Cross suggests including a supply of your necessary medications.
- Keep your KUB account information up-to-date, such as your phone number and e-mail address. A correct phone number will allow you to use the automated system to report your outage and check its status. You can update your contact information by logging into your account and choosing Manage Account. For additional tips, review our Power Outage Reference Guide.
- Have a plan for what you’d do in the event of a multi-day power outage. This may include getting a hotel room, or staying with friends or family.
- Have and know how to safely operate a portable generator. Be sure to follow the instructions in your owners manual, as well as these tips:
- Generators should be installed and inspected by licensed electricians. Improperly installed generators can be a safety hazard to utility workers as well as to homeowners.
- Never connect the generator to your home’s main wiring circuit. Disconnect your home from the power system before hooking up a generator. If you don’t, electricity may flow backward into the power lines, endangering you, your neighbors, and the linemen who are working to restore power.
- Locate the generator outside your home. Gasoline-powered generators can produce deadly carbon monoxide.
- Plug appliances directly into the generator. Use extension cords if necessary, but do not exceed the recommended wattage noted on the generator.