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3RD ANNUAL EASTSIDE GOLF TOURNAMENT SET FOR OCTOBER 17
Posted on Sep 20th, 2016 Comments (0)
Head for Terradyne Country Club for N2 Publishing's third annual Eastside Golf tournament for Lakepoint, Vickridge and Wilson Estates residents. Check out the details on this flyer and click HERE to RSVP.
 
 
ARE YOU 'ITCHING' TO RAKE LEAVES?
Posted on Sep 20th, 2016 Comments (0)
If you are eager to rake up those leaves from your pin oak tree, proceed with caution. You may end up with more than a sore back.
 
Rebecca McMahon, K-State Research & Extension – Sedgwick County, reported numerous reports of Itch Gall Mites this fall. These mites feed on the larva of the marginal leaf gall midge on pin oak. This does not hurt the tree, but can cause welts and blisters on those that have been playing in oak leaves or raking pin oak leaves.
 
The tiny, 0.2 mm (1/125 inch) long mite is barely visible to the naked eye. The larvae hides out in rolled edges of the leaves. Its bite causes a raised, red area with a small, centralized blister that is itchy and painful when scratched. Bites appear 10 to 16 hours after exposure when they start to itch. It’s impossible to control oak leaf itch mites in the environment, and using insect repellents to ward off the mites have not been reported to be effective. The most reliable preventative measure is to limit outdoor activities in the vicinity of infested oak trees. Shower and wash clothes immediately after raking leaves.  Bites can be treated with over-the-counter products such as cortisone creams or calamine lotion.
 
ATTEND YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD'S ANNUAL MEETING
Posted on Sep 20th, 2016 Comments (0)
All of the seven neighborhoods in Lakepoint are in the process of planning their required annual meeting. Meeting times and places, along with agendas, will be posted on the right side of this page under "Upcoming Events." Keep an eye open for YOUR neighborhood's meeting and be sure to attend. This is your chance to let your voice be heard, to elect new board members, visit with your neighbors and take part in our wonderful community. 
 
KEEP GARAGE DOORS CLOSED!
Posted on Jul 8th, 2016 Comments (0)
 
It's easy to leave a garage door open when you are out working in the yard, but don't do it. Close the doors. A Country Walk home recently had a very large spool of copper wire and a DeWalt electric drill taken from the garage while the owners were home. An open garage door is on open invitation for someone to walk in and walk back out -- with your belongings!   
 
LAKEPOINT ADDS 3 DOG STATIONS
Posted on Jun 10th, 2016 Comments (0)
When a dog's gotta go, he's just gotta go and sometimes it's in the Lakepoint commons areas, particularly along the sidewalks. Many conscientious Lakepoint dog owners bring a plastic bag to eliminate the "eliminations," but sometimes forget the bag.  Or one bag is not enough. Lakepoint's three new Dog Stations have come to the rescue. Each plastic-bag-filled station is on a green metal pole close to a sidewalk. You simply pull out a bag, put it on your hand like a glove. Grab your doggie deposit with your "gloved" hand and pull the bag from your hand. Viola! The mess is contained! Just tie a knot in the top and take the bag home for disposal.  Please don't leave filled bags in the commons.  You'll find a dog station near the center of Lakepoint, another station to the south end and one on the north end by Waterfall Lake, shown here. 
Thanks for using the stations.  No more stepping on a big pile of waste that oozes up into your sandals!  
 


 
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WOODCREST ANNUAL HOA MEETING
Sunday, October 2nd, 2 P.M. at Wichita Country Club
Woodcrest residents are encouraged to attend the 2016 annual meeting for your neighborhood.  Catch up on all that's new and have fun with your neighbors!  When the agenda is available, you may view it by clicking HERE.
 
COUNTRY WALK HOA ANNUAL MEETING
Sunday, October 2nd, 3 pm at YaYa’s Euro Bistro, 8115 E 21st, Bradley Fair
Country Walk residents are encouraged to attend this annual Country Walk meting. Click HERE to view a flyer/invitation for the event. Once an agenda is available, you may view it by clicking HERE.
 
BRADFORD PLACE OWNERS' ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING
Thursday, October 6th, 7 - 9 pm at Collegiate High School Library
Bradford Place residents are encouraged to attend the 2016 annual meeting of the Bradford Place Owners' Association. You may view the agenda by clicking HERE.
 
GATEWOOD ANNUAL HOA MEETING
Sunday, October 9th, 7:00 P.M. at The home of Kurt and Michelle Cornejo - 910 N Gatewood Court
Gatewood residents are encouraged to attend the 2016 annual meeting for your neighborhood HOA. Click HERE to view the meeting agenda.
 


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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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