End of a Great Summer
On behalf of the LCRCA Board we would like to Thank You for your continued support. It’s hard to believe the Summer is just about over as we move into the Fall Season. Although we are unable to verify visitation totals we believe the Resort and surrounding communities experienced another busy year. Our pool upgrades including new Buildings, Pumps, Cement Sealing, and much anticipated Furniture was well received.
There are several projects we will focus on over the next couple of months including Pool Repair – Winter Prep and Sink Hole Gate #5.
August Board Meeting
The LCRCA completed their Board Meeting 8/27/2018 – all minutes from the 5/19/2018 Board Meeting, Homeowners Meeting 7/14/2018, and Organizational Meeting 7/23/2018 have been posted.
If you are new to the community or would like to source information please feel free to utilize http://lcrca.org/. This is the official site for Homeowner information.
The pools will remain open through 9/9/2018 to support Labor Day and Poker Run weekends. We will begin to drain the pools week of 9/10 to repair damage from Vandalism that occurred earlier this summer. All parts are on site with no expected delays. Pool #1 filter will also need to be replaced prior to final shutdown. This should leave pools in open ready conditions for 2019 season. Thank You for cleaning up, reporting incidents, managing umbrellas, etc. throughout the season in an effort to provide the best possible experience.
We expect the Boat Ramp will remain functional as the lake continues to drop. We are however bolted into the last slot on the ramp so if there is any addition drop in lake levels the Ramp will be pulled for the season. This location is the source of many complaints throughout the summer with the majority related to Parking. As you are aware the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is responsible for Ramp Operations and Conditions. As a community we do our best to work with the U.S. Army to report and update. If you would like to learn more visit Nashville District , U.S. Army Corps Engineers. Any questions related to both water levels and temps at Lake Cumberland can be found by visiting Cumberland.uslakes.info.
Contactus since its inception has continued to be a valuable tool to connect with our HOA community. Most request are fairly simple and include gate code request, comments & observations, suggestions, wildlife updates such as Bear, Deer, Snakes. We appreciate everyone utilizing the service and work hard to answer your needs as quickly as possible. However, moving forward we are requesting a couple of additional pieces of information: 1) please identify who you are so we can verify Home Ownership. This site service is strictly for Owners and designed to protect security while servicing your personal needs. In many cases there will be a fairly quick response, with items that are identified as more complex we may elect to table for the quarterly Board meetings. This will give us time to review with Board, Committees, and or Legal.
Pulaski County Officials
If you have questions about Keno Road or Pulaski County please feel free to source information from our elected officials: Steve Kelley, Pulaski County Judge/Executive 100 N. Main Street, Ste 202 Somerset Kentucky 42501. Our County 5th District Magistrate elect is Mike Strunk. These individuals usually assist with Road conditions which is another question that is often ask of the Board. We have a good relationship with both elected officials and try to remain connected throughout the year on behalf of the HOA. If you choose to connect please do so as an individual and not an elected official of LCRCA.
As you may be aware there was another drowning confirmed week of August 13th. Needless to say the one common connection is “No Life Preserver”. If you are entering the lake or streams this upcoming holiday please ensure everyone is outfitted with the correct safety equipment.
Thank You again – Have A Great Labor Day.