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BALD EAGLES SPOTTED IN LAKPOINT
Posted on Dec 9th, 2014 Comments (0)
An eagle-eyed Lakepoint resident spotted bald eagles in Lakepoint in early December. They first saw an adult bald eagle fly over their house. This picture is of a juvenile bald eagle they saw a few days later.
 
Isn't it wonderful that our national bird decided to hang around, or maybe even reside, in Lakepoint? They know a good neighborhood when they see one!
 
 
NEW MASTER BOARD NAMED AT LAKEPOINT ANNUAL MEETING
Posted on Nov 23rd, 2014 Comments (0)
Your new Lakepoint Master HOA board was elected at the Lakepoint Annual Meeting in October.
Brand new to the board is Cindy Lygrisse from Woodland Estates. She will replace Jack Ritchie who is leaving the board after many years of hard work looking out for Lakepoint.
Re-elected directors are Gerald Morton, Gatewood; Carl Nelson, Woodcrest Estates; and Don Ziegler, Bradford Place. Remaining on the board to complete their terms are Don Hysko, Autumn Chase; Steve Thomas, Cross Creek; and Carolyn Ramsey, Country Walk.
Positions within the board will be determined at the first of the year.
 
WE HAVE LIGHT!
Posted on Nov 23rd, 2014 Comments (0)
The light pole knocked down at Turtle Pond has been replaced! Thanks to Lakepoint Master HOA board member, Don Ziegler, for making all the arrangements
Christmas lights are up but not on yet.  Watch for them soon.
 
ARE YOU 'ITCHING' TO RAKE LEAVES?
Posted on Nov 22nd, 2014 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.
 
Bob Neir, K-State Research & Extension – Sedgwick County, reported several 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.There is no known effective control, so it is best to shower and wash clothes immediately after raking leaves.   
 
LOOKING FOR BMW THAT HIT BRADFORD ISLAND
Posted on Nov 22nd, 2014 Comments (0)
Early in November, a 2008 to 2013 BMW M3 E90/92/93 sedan or coupe ran into the Bradford Place entrance island, knocking down a street sign, damaging a stone wall and leaving turf damage. The color or exact year of the car is not known. If you know anything about this incident, please contact the board by clicking HERE.
 
NEW PRINTED DIRECTORY IN PROGRESS
Posted on Nov 22nd, 2014 Comments (0)
A new 2015 Lakepoint Directory is "under construction" and you should have recently received a form to submit with your information. Please fill out and return the form by December 5. If you do not want to be included in the directory, send in the form with your street address on the name line. If you do not submit your form, the new directory will contain the same information that was printed in the 2013 directory.
 


 
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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:
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Thanks for helping. These reports can expedite repairs and save your association unnecessary expenses, such as wasted water or burned-out pump motors.
 
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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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