This Saturday night remember to set your clocks forward. We will be losing an hour, but you can go back to twice-a-week waterings for your lawn. Check out the St. John’s Water Management web page to clarify our watering restrictions.
Don’t forget, from 4 PM to 7 PM today at the Cagan Crossing Library. You can stop by and voice your concerns and learn more about the change to our garbage service happening in the Fall.
Back in November I posted an article about future planned development coming to the Four Corners area [Click HERE to view]. Monday night a news report had a story on the development. The current name for this project is “Wellness Way” (though the name ‘Horizons West’ is still being used, too) and wants to become a medical city/research park type area, similar to Lake Nona.
You can read information about this project at the Lake County web site, HERE. You may want to start with this document that gives a basic overview: Wellness Way Sector Plan. Besides all documents related to this plan you can monitor this site for upcoming public meetings that will be held as the project begins to move forward.
The community alerts section on the Sheriff’s Office web site is now active. The site is www.lcso.org. Click on the “View Local Crimes” and enter an address to view an area. You can then move the map around and click on icons to view the reported event. We hope you find the site useful.
Don’t forget our Neighborhood Watch Meeting is happening this Thursday, 6:30 PM, at the Club House. All are welcome to attend!
To: “Wolf, Walter” <Walter.Wolf@lcso.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2014 7:18 PM
Subject: Crime watch
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When walking your dog, please clean up after your pet and don’t leave “presents” (excrement) on your neighbor’s lawn or the common area.
Your neighbors do NOT appreciate these “presents”.
Take a grocery bag, pick up the excrement with the bag, close and tie the bag and dispose of properly when you get home. You may need to take more than one bag.
Thank you for your consideration of your neighbors.
If you observe a dog leaving excrement behind and can identify the owner, or see the owner not cleaning up after the dog, please let Debby Weage at Sentry Management know.
Provide as much of the following information as possible:
· name of the owner
· description of the dog (so the owner can be assured that it was their dog)
· owner’s address (if known)
· location and date and time of event