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February 2019 Newsletter

LWHOA BOARD MEMBERS FOR 2019: LWHOA Board Roles Stephen Katzenson President Wayne Lawless Vice President Doug Young Treasurer Wayne Lawless Secretary Shirley Evans ACC Travis Smith ACC To allRead more

January 2019 Newsletter

Just as a reminder … CURRENT COMPLIANCE FINE POLICY: Letter Sent – 1 st Warning Letter Sent – 2 nd Warning Letter Sent – 3 rd Warning Letter SentRead more

December Newsletter

CURRENT COMPLIANCE FINE POLICY: Letter Sent – 1 st Warning Letter Sent – 2 nd Warning Letter Sent – 3 rd Warning Letter Sent – $50 Fine (letters areRead more

November Newsletter

UPCOMING PROJECTS:  Golf course fence paint/repair:  This item is currently On Hold as we await the City Council Decision COMPLETED PROJECTS:  Mailbox replacement:  Mailboxes have been installed.  CITY COUNCILRead more

September Newsletter

UPCOMING PROJECTS: Golf course fence paint/repair: This item is currently On Hold as we await Columbia Hospitality’s Golf Course Proposal/City Council Decision Mailbox replacement: Quotes have been received; MailboxesRead more

August Newsletter

UPCOMING PROJECTS: Lake Wilderness Speed Remedy Options: Per Gary Kennison, Infrastructure Maintenance Manager for the City of Maple Valley, King County will be applying the 25 MPH paint signageRead more

June-July Newsletter

UPCOMING PROJECTS: 1) Lake Wilderness Speed Remedy Options: Yearly road striping and the addition of the 25 MPH painting to occur with the City’s annual striping project – JulyRead more

Golf course etiquette

Dear Neighbor of Lake Wilderness Golf Course, As we enter Spring, play at Lake Wilderness Golf Course (LWGC) will increase as warmer weather brings the golf season into fullRead more

Lake Wilderness Golf Course Assessment

Columbia Hospitality presented their assessment of the Lake Wilderness Golf Course to the City Council last night. A PDF copy of their presentation is below. Columbia Hospitality Golf CourseRead more

May 2018 Newsletter

UPCOMING PROJECTS: Lake Wilderness Speed Remedy Options: Yearly road striping and the addition of the 25 MPH painting to occur with the City’s annual striping project – Late SpringRead more