General Manager’s Report
LWA General Manager
With fall upon us we will be transitioning from summer mode to winter mode; the pool and Lakeside Café will be open through Sunday, October 25th so make sure to take full advantage of your last two weekends of swimming! The large tent at the pro shop will be coming down on October 26th and we will be replacing it with a smaller tent for the winter season.
There are a few reasons for the removal of the large tent including restrictions due to fire codes that will go in effect if the tent remains up beyond 6 months. These restrictions and additional inspections are not required with a smaller tent and taking the large tent down will also allow for time to trim the trees in the area for safety and to prepare for the upcoming winter. The portable bar will be located in the smaller tent and additional tables and umbrellas will be placed in the area when weather permits.
Please watch for upcoming information on culvert repairs/road work on Wildflower Drive near Vogt Ranch and note that the Meadow Park Bridge will be closed on October 27th and 28thfor repairs. Never a dull moment here in Lake Wildwood and a lot of work is being done to prepare for the potential of an El Nino winter. The Annual Lake Maintenance starts today; please see the public works article for more information.
If you pass by the new Clubhouse site, you will see lots of activity as our construction crew is hard at work and continues to stay on schedule. We should see the first big concrete pour for the retaining walls next week. Great progress before the rainy season!
On another note, ballots for the motorcycle access measure and leashed dogs in parks and beaches measure are due on October 26th by 5 pm; if you haven’t done so already, please take the time to fill out and submit your ballot and let your voice be heard on these important community issues.
Please save the date for our upcoming Board meetings and note that we will be having a Special Board meeting on October 29thto discuss Security. If you have an interest in this topic please join us for this meeting.
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