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Trash Reminder
Monday, July 24th, 2017, by Owen Carter, President, Lake Village HOA

A reminder to Homeowners and Vacation Renters - we live in an active wildland forest, occupied by creatures such as bears, coyotes, jays, and even chipmonks. All of these local residents LOVE human trash, and will go to great lengths to enjoy a "buffet". This is an example of how not to handle excess trash when departing. Instead, call the office for a "special" trash pick-up, or deliver your excess trash to the bin provided in the Maintenance Area. Thank you.
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Pickleball court four - getting a lot of good use!
Tuesday, July 18th, 2017, by Kaaran Thomas, Lake Village resident

A pickle ball clinic conducted by national champion Ron Schmeck last week. We had 13 attending.
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Sierra Colina
Thursday, July 13th, 2017, by Owen Carter, Lake Village resident

After a number of years of environmental review, lawsuits, and project modifications, the Sierra Colina project south of Lake Village Drive has finally broken ground. Current plans call for 44 residential units, some single family and some duplex, with completion anticipated some time in 2019.
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Metavivor
Monday, June 26th, 2017, by Owen Carter, Lake Village resident

On June 26th the "North Hollyhood" homeowners, supported by Lake Village and many volunteers held the second annual Metavivor benefit in support of Stage IV Breast Cancer research. As with last year, the event was very successful, raising over $11,000 for the charity. It was also most enjoyable for the attendees.
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Homeowners Pot-Luck
Saturday, May 20th, 2017, by Barbara Carter, Lake Village resident

As is customary, a Pot-Luck Supper was organized by Diane Lusich, Social Committee Chair, Following the Annual Members Meeting on May 20. It was attended by over 40 homeowners, and provided a great opportunity to meet and greet neighbors. A good time was had by all.
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Lake Village Dealing with Sierra Storms … Barely!
Sunday, January 22nd, 2017, by Owen Carter, Lake Village resident

For the past week Lake Village has been dealing with an “atmospheric river” of winter storms descending from the north.  At least three separate storms have brought over 5 feet of accumulated snow to our community.  Maintenance personnel have been working double shifts to attempt to keep ahead of the ever growing dump of snow, and we are approaching the point where we will run out of places to dump or store the snow being removed.  Snow piles of 10 feet or more height can be found in many places in Lake Village.

While we have done fairly well with keeping our roads open, walkways and stairs have been more of a problem.  We obtain our laborers for shoveling from Blue Ribbon temporary personnel, and they have had a shortage of available laborers.  Furthermore, the snow is so heavy, in both amount and weight, the shovelers tire out and leave after about a half day’s work.

On Friday night, Saturday, and in to Sunday many Lake Village residences and the Clubhouse were without power, some for only a few hours while the Clubhouse and a few others were powerless for almost all of that time.

We expect one more storm, coming in Sunday night and extending through Monday. Hopefully Tuesday will bring us fair skies and a chance to begin to catch up. It would be good to get back to a more normal schedule.
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