Approximate Property Lines for Community Lots
The leaning pool retaining wall will be replaced in the first phase of the project.
 
This stone wall with aluminum fence on top is an approximate representation .
Aluminum fencing will add aesthetic appeal, and the minimum 48” height and self-closing gate will provide an effective bar...
Phase 1 also includes grading and removal of tennis courts which will be dumped in the hole behind the pool saving hauling...
Grading will address the drainage from parking lot and hill which currently flows behind and under the sinking gazebo.
Gazebo roof top shows ~10 foot change in elevation from court level to pool area.
Trees currently block the view of the hole.
The “filled” area behind the pool will be the future construction site of the playground.
There are many options to consider for the play area.
 
Email your ideas to:  [email_address]
Rebuilding 2 tennis courts will be completed in Spring 2011
Your dues make the new community property recreational facilities a reality.
For future consideration: Lighting would increase court usage   as many summer days are too hot to play and working people...
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LCCI Plans

  1. 1. Approximate Property Lines for Community Lots
  2. 2. The leaning pool retaining wall will be replaced in the first phase of the project.
  3. 4. This stone wall with aluminum fence on top is an approximate representation .
  4. 5. Aluminum fencing will add aesthetic appeal, and the minimum 48” height and self-closing gate will provide an effective barrier to unattended children.
  5. 6. Phase 1 also includes grading and removal of tennis courts which will be dumped in the hole behind the pool saving hauling costs.
  6. 7. Grading will address the drainage from parking lot and hill which currently flows behind and under the sinking gazebo.
  7. 8. Gazebo roof top shows ~10 foot change in elevation from court level to pool area.
  8. 9. Trees currently block the view of the hole.
  9. 10. The “filled” area behind the pool will be the future construction site of the playground.
  10. 11. There are many options to consider for the play area.
  11. 13. Email your ideas to: [email_address]
  12. 14. Rebuilding 2 tennis courts will be completed in Spring 2011
  13. 15. Your dues make the new community property recreational facilities a reality.
  14. 16. For future consideration: Lighting would increase court usage as many summer days are too hot to play and working people could play Monday through Friday evenings during winter months. <ul><li>Cost for lighting installation on two courts ~$15,000 (Lighting pattern may be different than shown.) </li></ul>

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