Thursday, April 26, 2007
Lake Estates community continues improvements
Board members of the Holly Springs Lake Estates Homeowners Association continue to encourage community participation in the association and cooperation with members to improve the appearance of the Lake Estates community, said Emil Careau.
“The April 19 board meeting went well with six members in attendance,” he said.
The financial statement was presented to all members and a membership drive continues. Dues must be paid up before a resident can vote in the June election of officers for the association.
The HSLE booklet was approved by the board. And the officers of the association and board continue to encourage attendance at monthly meetings on the third Thursday of each month at Flick’s Restaurant in Potts Camp.
Suggestions are encouraged as well as the voicing of complaints, Careau said.
“Our summer events are in progress and the beach is slowly improving,” said Careau. “We need your help in making our community a better place to live.”
Contact any board member for a copy of the association’s bylaws, a membership card or to pay dues.
Careau said the association needs mower and weed eater operators and appreciates all help and donations of equipment to the maintenance department.
A special thanks to Mark Anthony for the donation of a weed eater to the maintenance department and to Kim Brown for installing flowers at the Lake Estates entrance, Careau said.
To offer your help to the association, call Careau at 662-544-4865.
Any suspicious vehicles seen in the community can be reported to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department at 662-252-1311. A description of the vehicle and a tag number will be helpful.
Careau said improvements are already noticeable in the appearance of lots and non-resident traffic has subsided noticeably.
The association meets again May 18 at Flick’s.
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