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GEESE ARE PAIRING UP ... watch for nests
Posted on Mar 10th, 2014 Comments (0)
Geese in Lakepoint are starting to pair up and should start nesting soon. When you are walking, please watch for nests and report them by contacting the Lakepoint Master HOA by clicking here.
 
Also, please don't feed the geese or the ducks. That encourages them to stay and invite all their feathered friends to dinner!
 
CHECK COVENANTS BEFORE STARTING OUTDOOR PROJECTS
Posted on Mar 7th, 2014 Comments (0)
Spring typically brings a flurry of yard projects (or snow) and the board would like to remind you to check the covenants for your neighorhood before you start projects like decks, fences, house painting, etc. Covenants for each neighborhood are posted to the "Documents" section of the website. Click on "Documents" on the left side of the web page and scroll down to your neighborhood. Then click on appropriate covenent link.
 
Names and contact information for your neighborhood boards are also on the web. Click on "Board Members" on the left menu panel and scroll to your neighborhood. They will give you details on where to submit your project plans.
 
Thanks for following the covenants. This keeps our neighbor looking good!
 
CAR SLIDES INTO TURTLE POND
Posted on Mar 3rd, 2014 Comments (0)
March roared in like a lion, leaving slippery roads in Lakepoint, as one driver discovered Monday morning as she slid past the the Cypress/Gatewood intersection straight into Turtle Pond.  Her minivan jumped the sidewalk, plowed through the iron fence and almost ended up in the lake. Fortunately, no one was injured.
 
If you are out walking, please be careful around this area, since part of the fence is down. A protective fence will be put up as soon as possible and will guard the area until a permanent repair can be made.
 
And -- until winter finally decides to give up, drive carefully!
 
EAGLE'S EAST SIDE NEWS DELIVERY NUISANCE TO SOME
Posted on Mar 3rd, 2014 Comments (0)
Periodically, the Wichita Eagle's advertising paper -- East Side News -- stacks up in Lakepoint driveways, particularly when residents are away.  No only do the ignored newspapers look trash, they signal that the resident is gone, creating an invitation for burglars.
 
If you do not want these papers delivered to your home, contact the Eagle's circulation department at 1-800-200-8906 or circserv@wichitaeagle.com.  If that absolutely doesn't work, then call Tom Cullinan, Circulation Director at 913-321-1844. If THAT doesn't work, and only as a last resort, contact Kim Nussbaum, president and publisher at 316-268-6503 or knussbaum@wichitaeagle.com
 
MASTER BOARD APPOINTS ANDY SMITH
Posted on Mar 3rd, 2014 Comments (0)
The Lakepoint HOA Master Board recently appointed Andy Smith (Gatewood) as Chairman of Special Projects. The board sometimes needs a helping hand for special projects and Andy had a helping hand to offer!
 
Andy and his family movied to Lakepoint about six years ago from College Hill.  He is interested in volunteering with the neighborhood because he believes it to be the best area in Wichita to live.
"Just coming home through our neighborhood gives a feeling of peace and serenity," he said. "It is a beautiful area and I want to continue the tradition of an upscale place to live.
 
"We knew all of our neighbors and all of their kids in College Hill, where I grew up," continued Andy. "I wanted to become more involved in bringing together our homeowners, making new friends and having the community spirit in Lakepoint for our children, just as I was accustomed to while growing up."
 
Welcome Andy. Be prepared to learn all about lake dredging!
 
PLEASE DO not FEED GEESE -- OR DUCKS!
Posted on Feb 17th, 2014 Comments (2)
For years, an ongoing goose overpopulation has prompted the Lakepoint Master Board to discourage feeding the geese. Now, we are asking you not to feed the ducks. By themselves, the ducks have not been a problem and feeding them small amounts was OK. However, if residents feed the ducks larger quantities or buckets of food and there is food left over, the geese swoop in to eat it. Sometimes they even chase the ducks away to get to the food. If stray bits of duck food remain along the lake banks, skunks tend to show up in those areas.
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LAKEPOINT'S 2014 HOA MASTER BOARD
Posted on Jan 24th, 2014 Comments (0)
Meet your Lakepoint HOA master board members:
Top to bottom; left to right: Gerald Morton, president (Gatewood); Jack Ritchie, vice president (Woodland Estates; Steve Thomas, treasurer (Cross Creek); Carl Nelson, secretary (Woodcrest Estates); Carolyn Ramsey, communications & landscape manager (Country Walk; Don Hysko, environmental manager (Autumn Chase); and Don Ziegler, maintenance manager (Bradford Place). Read biographies and contact information by clicking on "Board Members" in the left menu panel.
 
LAKEPOINT/VICKRIDGE MAGAZINE COMING SOON
Posted on Jan 24th, 2014 Comments (1)
A new free, monthly magazine/newsletter will soon be mailed to Lakepoint and Vickridge residents. Published by N2 Publishing, this magazine will complement the information already available in this website. You should have recently received a postcard announcing the publication. 
 
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MAILBOX THEFT: A CONTINUING PROBLEM
Posted on Jan 24th, 2014 Comments (0)
Even if you have a locking mailbox, don't let your guard down. Locked mailboxes have been a target for thieves, right here in Lakepoint.
Click on the phrase "Read more" right below to see what you can do to protect your mail from thieves:
 
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UNPAID HOA DUES ARE POSTED ON WEBSITE
Posted on Jan 24th, 2014 Comments (0)
Most Lakepoint residents pay their HOA dues on a regular basis. It's the few who don't who place a burden on the Lakepoint budget. When a resident is $500 or more delinquent, their name, address and amount overdue is published on this website. (Click on "Delinquent Dues" on the left to see the current list.) If a resident is $1,000 or more overdue, a lien is placed on their house. See why staying current on your HOA dues is so important by clicking on "Read more" below.
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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
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  • 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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