Pet Waste Stations
In the upcoming weeks, a company called DoodyCalls will be installing 15 pet waste stations (equipped with doggy bags) along Brawley School Road. Once installation is complete, DoodyCalls will service the stations two times per month (refilling doggy bags and emptying the trash receptacles). Please take the time and effort to leverage these waste stations for proper disposal of your pet’s waste. Below is a map indicating where each station will be located:
Annual Water Quality Report 2018
Carolina Water Service, Inc. has released the 2018 Customer Confidence Report for our community including The Point, Harbor and The Farms. The report may be found at the link below:
For additional information regarding this and other projects, please visit https://thepointharborthefarms.wordpress.com/blog/. This is a site Carolina Water Service developed which is specifically dedicated for our community. If you have any questions, please click on “Contact” and fill out the brief, online form or contact customer service directly at 800-525-7990.
As communicated in the March Board Update, the LED streetlight replacement project is now complete. We have received notification, however, there are a few streetlights that are not working properly. These include the streetlights located on the corner of Falmouth Road and Wood Hole Loop, Wood Hole Loop cul-de-sac and Yacht Road. If you are aware of any other streetlights not working properly, please contact Hawthorne Management so they can notify the Duke Energy Project Manager assigned to the installation.
In the future, homeowners should initiate repair requests directly with Duke Energy (including outages or damaged streetlights) as follows:
- Access “Repair A Light” on-line at www.duke-energy.com/customer-service/request-light-repair.
- Enter the address or cross-street closest to the light, or zoom to the light’s location on the map. Please Note, lighting may not be identified on the map.
- Click on the location of the light on the map, then click “Report a Problem” and a form will appear.
- Complete the form and submit. A confirmation will be e-mailed to you.
Parking at Community Docks
We have received complaints regarding vehicles frequently parking in cul-de-sacs near community piers for the day while on the lake. As a friendly reminder, parking a street vehicle in the cul-de-sacs near each Pier is allowed for brief periods of time (i.e. to load and unload your boat) only. For more information regarding Pier Rules, please visit: http://thepointatlkn.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/CommunityPierRules.pdf
Please keep in mind that criminals look for easy targets and other potential advantages particularly on holiday weeks/ times when many people travel. Please keep your doors locked at all times, park vehicles in the garage or keep the doors locked, do not leave valuables in your vehicle, and keep garage doors closed, even during the day. If you have a home security system, turn it on when you are gone and also at night along with outdoor lights. Also, secure loose items on any boats or docks.
Emergencies, Non-Emergencies and Reporting a Crime:
If you have a fire, medical or life-threatening emergency call 911. For all Sheriff, Fire or EMS non-emergencies call 704-878-3100. This is the direct line to dispatch and is the best number to call for the quickest response.
Next Board Meeting:
Our next Board meeting will be held at 9:00 AM on June 18, 2019. If you wish to address the Board with relevant issues that apply to our community, please contact our management company at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 704-377-0114 by June 11th.