We want to ask that you do not bring your dogs to the bus stop if you are going to wait there with your children as they wait for the bus. There were issues with the dogs getting riled up with all the children and activity going on. Several parents brought this problem to our attention today and we would like to get the word out to everyone.
Thank you for your understanding in this matter.
We have had 7 calls from parents this week complaining of out-of-control dogs being brought to the bus stop as the owners see their children off/meet their children returning. Kids are already excited during these times, and this energy is making the dogs skittish and unruly. One child has even said one dog was trying to bite her ankles.
PLEASE LEAVE YOUR DOGS AT HOME! DO NOT BRING THEM TO THE BUS STOP!
Chapter 4 of the Lake County Ordinance Rules covers all laws about Animal Control and unruly pets. The owner will be held responsible for the action of their dog, and if Animal Control deems the animal dangerous it can be taken from the owner, confined at the owner’s expense, and possibly euthanized.
Please protect yourself, your pet, and other residents: Leave your dogs at home during school bus pick-ups & drop-offs.
- There will be no garbage/recycling/yard waste pick-up this week. All pick-ups will resume next week on their normal schedules, Thursday [trash/recycling] and Friday [yard waste]. All 3 dumpsters were removed as they had reached their capacity.
- School bus pick-up and drop-off will resume at the Club House next Monday, February 6th.
- Small trucks without trailers have been cleared to enter the community now. Large trucks and trailers will be allowed in on Friday.
We thank everyone for their patience during this resurfacing project!