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PLAN A BLOCK PARTY!
Posted on Jul 16th, 2014 Comments (0)
After you see all the pictures from Woodcrest's Fourth of July (see below), consider yourself challenged. Organize an outdoor event in your neighborhood.
A simple potluck always works, or bring in the clowns and firetrucks! Crazy auctions of donated items take more work but are always a hit. Give the kids high-dollar play money for bidding. They'll get a kick out of bidding $10,000 for a bag of Skittles! Races, games, ice cream socials -- all the old standbys promise a good time. How about some music or dancing?
 
Let us know details of your event. We'll put it on the calendar. And when the party is over, send details and photos by clicking on this LINK.
 
MAILBOXES VANDALIZED JULY 4
Posted on Jul 14th, 2014 Comments (0)
According to the mailman, several mailboxes in the Cross Creek area were vandalized the night of July 4. The only boxes vandalized were those that had a lock box inside the mailbox and that were locked at that time. A metal lip was bent down on those locked inserts, giving the vandals or thieves the ability to reach down into the chamber that holds the deposited mail. The mailman said that many of the lockable inserts were not locked and those weren't damaged. Some mailboxes had no lock box inserts.
 
Bottom line: if your mailbox can be locked, lock it. If you don't have locking mailboxes in your neighborhood, talk to a board member in your neighbohood about getting them. Also, don't place important outgoing mail in your mailboxes.
 
Mailbox theft and identity theft go hand in hand and both are on the rise. Stay locked. Stay aware.
 
WOODCREST CELEBRATES JULY 4
Posted on Jul 14th, 2014 Comments (0)
Woodcrest residents celebrated the Fourth with their annual parade, fishing tournament, balloon toss picnic and watermelon-spitting contest. And it wasn't just for the kids. Even the adults got into the spirit! After you look at these pictures, click on "Photo Album" on the left menu panel to check the photo album for the event. Lots more pictures to enjoy!
 
If your neighborhood has a block party or any kind of event, you can upload your own photos to the Photo Album page and you request a specially named album for your photos by clicking on the link at the top of the Photo album page.
 
LAKEPOINT LAKES ARE FILLING WITH SILT
Posted on Jun 3rd, 2014 Comments (0)
You may have seen a boat cruising the Lakepoint lakes recently. Even though boating isn't allowed on these lakes, it is OK -- this time -- because this boating venture is board-approved to evaluate the build up of silt in the lake bottoms.
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DELINQUENT HOA DUES LIENS NOW FILED AT $800
Posted on Jun 2nd, 2014 Comments (0)
At the last meeting, the Lakepoint Master HOA board elected to file a lien on a Lakepoint property when the homeowner is $800 overdue on HOA fees, rather than the $1,000 threshold used previously. This move was necessary because, unfortunately, not all Lakepoint residents pay their HOA dues on time. Sometimes they just quit paying.
 
In addition, when a resident is $500 delinquent on HOA dues, his name, address and the amount overdue is published on this website. (Click on "Delinquent Dues" on the left to see the current list.) Or, click HERE to view the list.

NOTE: As of July 17, there are no delinquint dues! 
 
Without the HOA dues, Lakepoint has no operating funds. Grass would go unmown. Trees, not planted. There would be no electricity to light the path lights or run the pumps that feed well water into the irrigation. Lakepoint would look dismal. Property values would plunge.
 
It's imperative that every resident fulfill their responsiblity to pay their dues. Please do your part.
 
BOTHERED BY SOLICITORS & OUT-OF-AREA FISHERMAN?
Posted on Apr 28th, 2014 Comments (0)
  • If the salesmen or non-resident fishermen are simply an annoyance, contact one of your neighborhood HOA board reps by clicking HERE.  
  • If you feel threatened by a salesman, call 911.
 


 
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~ Upcoming Events ~
LAKEPOINT MASTER HOA MEETING
Monday, August 11th, 7 p.m. at Jack Ritchie's office at 8100 E 22nd St N # 1000
All Lakepoint resident are welcome to attend this meeting. Once available, the agenda may be viewed by clicking HERE.
 
AUTUMN CHASE HOA ANNUAL MEETING
Wednesday, September 24th at Crestview Country Club
Autumn Chase residents are encouraged to attend the annual Autumn Chase HOA meeting. Once available, you may view the agenda by clicking HERE.
 


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REPORT IRRIGATION, WATERFALL, FOUNTAIN OR LANDSCAPE PROBLEMS
 
Click here to contact the Lakepoint Master HOA Board if you see the following:
  • Water leaks
  • Poorly aimed sprinklers
  • Broken sprinkler heads
  • Downed tree limbs
  • Waterfall water flow slowing down
  • Turtle Pond fountain water flow slowing down
  • Lights out
  • Vandalism
  • Significant plant distress
  • Significant lawn maintenance problems
Thanks for helping. These reports can expedite repairs and save your association unnecessary expenses, such as wasted water or burned-out pump motors.
 
Report trash and litter in commons
 
An area resident sweeps Lakepoint for litter regularly, but If you see a large amount of trash littering the streets or common areas, call Jordan at 634-0590.
 

 
     
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