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If it has a motor. You want to show it off? Bring it!

August 21, 2017 — The Lake Wildwood Social Committee presents the third annual October Fest Motor Show on Sept. 30, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Commodore Park. If it has a motor and you would like to show it off, bring it. Cars, trucks, golf carts, boats and […]

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Agriculture is a major factor of life

August 21, 2017 — Teamwork By Hank Weston, District 4 Supervisor Here in District IV, agriculture is a major factor of life, asset to our community and an important economic driver. The Planning Department has prepared a public review draft of a zoning text amendment that would establish a […]

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Fire near Beale Air Base

August 20, 2017 — As of 4:30 Sunday afternoon,  firefighters from CalFire-Nevada-Yuba untis were battling a 600 acre blaze on Land adjacent to Beale Air Force Base. The fire reportedly stated around 2:30.  At 3:30, Dozers and retardant were reported to be making good progress at containment. The vegetation […]

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Market Insights — Have you been enjoying the ride?

August 19, 2017 — By Barry Gray Have you been enjoying the ride? I'm referring to the DJIA (Dow Jones Industrial Average), the prime measurement of how things are going in the world, but mostly here in the U.S. and in particular the world of business. Back in 2009 […]

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Quiet craftsmen hard at work

August 19, 2017 —   Clanking, groaning and moving right along, the Over-the-Hill Gang works wonders at Empire Mine   By Courtney Ferguson "When I say clanking, groaning and moving, I'm not referring to the fifteen members of the Over-the-Hill Gang," quipped "gang" leader, Tom Newmark. "I'm referring to […]

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Association’s Update: E.coli Count as of 8/18

August 18, 2017 — Last week we reported on the status of the E. coli O157:H7 outbreak investigation and shared the information available at that time. Lake Wildwood Association is in daily contact with the County Health Department and Environmental Health. The Health Department has primary responsibility for conducting […]

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Spirit of Wildwood

August 18, 2017 — By Shirl Mendonca Evidenced by the large crowd, the Lake Wildwood Annual Picnic/Meeting last Saturday, July 29, at Commodore Park, was a big success. Was it the free burgers, hot dogs and beer, the Lazy Dog Ice Cream, the art exhibit, the club booths educating […]

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Niner Club Champion Dianne Riel, gross score for the three-day event 154!

August 18, 2017 — WILDWOOD NINERS By Joan Bachus I wish I could begin this article relating all the great things about our 2017 Invitational. Unfortunately the deadline for this edition was before Aug. 15, so I will be including the Hippie Chicks results in the Sept. 1 TWI. […]

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Road Closure inside the Gates

August 18, 2017 — FROM PUBLIC WORKS BY DON HOOVER Please be informed that the area of the Community around Wildflower Drive and Thistle Loop will be without power on the Thursday, August 31. The duration of the electrical outage will be from 8 a.m. to 3 p. m. […]

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Family Golf Coming To LWW

August 18, 2017 — THE SOCIAL CONNECTION Have you ever wanted to play golf with your wife and children and didn't feel that you had enough knowledge about golf to have a fun time? Well now is your opportunity to enjoy your Golf Course at Lake Wildwood under the […]

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Number of E.Coli Victims reaches 18

August 17, 2017 — Public Health Department Lake Wildwood E. Coli Update As of today, there are eighteen cases linked to the recent E.Coli 0157 outbreak. Of the eighteen cases, twelve are children and six are adults. All reported illnesses are associated with playing in the water at Commodore […]

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PG&E Gearing up for Unusual Challenges of Solar Eclipse

August 17, 2017 — When the skies turn dark the morning of Aug. 21, as a total solar eclipse passes over the lower 48 United States, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) will be hard at work to ensure that the lights stay on. PG&E has prepared for the […]

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The daytime moon will have its back to the fire….

August 17, 2017 — The Moon’s eclipse Monday will be partial here…   The word “month” derives from the word “moon.” The moon orbits the Earth in (very nearly) a month of four weeks. Monday before last, July 31, we faced the moon with our back to the sun. […]

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Editor’s Notes — Coincidence. Just a coincidence.

August 17, 2017 — Congratulations, Paula! Lake Wildwood Citizen of the Year 2017!! Paula Farrell was picked our honored "Citizen" because of her efforts as "driving force" behind the Garden Club's beautification program; she even owns her own jackhammer to get into our hard soil! She led the project […]

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Persons drunk and disorderly at our parks—a criminal misdemeanor

August 17, 2017 — Public Safety Committee Report for August By John Ewald, Public Safety Chair The Lake Wildwood Public Safety Committee (PSC) had our monthly meeting August 10. Several items were discussed including rowdy behavior at our beach parks, marijuana smoking in our parks, and the use of […]

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Admin posts new The Oaks-Clubhouse hours

August 16, 2017 — Until Further Notice New Hours of Operation for The Oaks Clubhouse as of August 16: Lunch (service available in the Pine Room, Bar, and Patio) Monday through Friday 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Brunch (service available in the Pine Room, Bar, and Patio) Saturday and […]

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Wildwood Treatment Plant/ Lake water and sediment sampling update

August 15, 2017 — By Sean Powers, Agency Director Environmental Health – Wastewater – Solid Waste Nevada County Public Works (PW) quickly responded to a power failure on Sunday (August 13, 2017) in Lake Wildwood (the failure also affected North San Juan) that affected the power supply to all […]

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UPDATE: 8/15— Treatment Plant and Recent lake water sediment sampling

August 15, 2017 — Nevada County Public Works (PW) quickly responded to a power failure on Sunday (August 13, 2017) in Lake Wildwood (the failure also affected North San Juan) that affected the power supply to all of the 14 lift/pump stations within the LWW residential community for the […]

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Records are made to be broken…

August 15, 2017 — The last time our daily high temperature was below 90 degrees was in late June. In case you haven’t noticed, it’s been another record breaking summer. Records are made to be broken, and that seems to be the new normal. It’s been a rough summer […]

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‘Our tasks at hand are many.’ — New LAW President

August 15, 2017 — By Jack Valentine, President, LWA   Greetings to all of you. I want to begin my article by extending a deep sense of gratitude to all of you who have offered your support, help and guidance as I assume the role of president of the […]

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