Summary of Incident on Friday May 24th

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Dear Neighbors:

This is a summary of what your Lakemoor Hills Homeowners Association Emergency Response Team leaders have been able to confirm about the Friday May 24 “emergency” incident occurring in our neighborhood. We have been told that the lead officer is still actively working the case. There are reports and statements that may contradict what various witnesses have said and what people have been told.  This is not unusual for reports to do this given many different statements and viewpoints provided to the police during the initial investigation.

The renter (female) of the house (2641 Lynbrulee Drive) was charged with Reckless Endangerment. She stated that she shot a gun at the intruder (male) at the rental address.  The report states that the female renter chased the intruder in her car on Montlake Drive. A resident in the neighborhood witnessed the female shooting out of her car window at the male who was eventually apprehended at 3824 Maloney Road. The male was booked on several charges such as aggravated assault, vandalism, evading arrest, unlawful possession of a firearm, possession of a firearm and intent to go armed dangerous felony, theft, and simple possession of a controlled substance.  He is to appear in court on June 6.

As a result of this incident (thankfully no one was hurt) we now recognize the need for a “quick notice alarm” neighborhood system for any emergency or suspicious situation.  We have identified a system which will allow for immediate notices going out to 1) our website e-mail, 2) a text message and 3) a Facebook message and will be working on rolling this out.

We are also beginning negotiations for the best contract pricing on additional cameras at the other two entrances whenever the Alcoa Highway project is completed.

We have also been in touch with the Knox County Sheriff’s Office to establish more details of the investigation.

In the coming weeks, we will advise you of whatever progress is made. In the meantime, your ideas and/or participation will be appreciated. If you see a need to have a community meeting at the church, please e-mail us at lakemoorhillshoapresident@gmail.com and we will set it up.

Lakemoor Hills Homeowners Association Emergency Response Team Security Subgroup

Mike Parker, John Haynes, Bob Proctor

Power Outage

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Here’s some news from C.L. Overman regarding the power outage that began around 6pm:

~8:45pm

Just traded emails and he is trying to find out the severity of the damage from the downed tree at Tall Pine/Montlake. Will advise.

~9:15pm:

Not good news from a KUB rep. The tree broke a cross arm so they are having to pull new primary and neutral. Making an estimate of time is just a guess. Could be a while.

C.L.

Sorry if I Alarmed you… again.

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In making updates to our site – once again I created pages in an effort to improve your experience with it. And the site then sent out emails to tell all of you great people what I’ve been up to.

It was supposed to be a surprise.

I’ll share a bit more about this at the next HOA meeting – see you there!

Get your Pecans for the Holidays!

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pecan_pie_november_2010This year, in addition to the form you may have received in your mailbox, you can order them through our neighborhood site!

Click here to order online!

The Lakemoor Hills Garden Club’s annual pecan sale is easy as pie again this year. Place your order before mid-October and your new-crop pecans will be delivered to your home before Thanksgiving. A garden club member will call or e-mail you to arrange the most convenient delivery time.

 

These are mammoth whole new-crop Georgia pecan halves for only $12 per pound (+1$ for online purchases). Pieces are also available. Remember, proceeds from the pecan sale are used to beautify the neighborhood’s public garden areas. If you have questions call Fran Thomforde at 621-2418 or e-mail thomforde@comcast.net.

 

 

Water Treatment in Lakemoor Hills

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Hello friends & neighbors,
Lori & I are considering water softeners and/or water descaling systems for our home. We cloth diaper our 4 month old and have been having a heck of a time with mineral build-up.

I’ve done some research on amazon.com but thought I’d send out an inquiry to the good people of LMH to see what your experience has been with water treatment and if you can recommend any particulr systems and/or provide any further information regarding water quality, pH, and hardness info.

Thanks in advance!
David Couch of 3525 Bluff Point Drive.