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Where Water Meets The Sky

Every now and then, it happens: a special place is born. Where water meets the sky. Where energy awakens. Where suddenly you find yourself seeing, feeling, knowing it is meant to be.

Caroline’s 850-acre lake, surrounded by hundreds of gently rolling acres, is a world unto itself. A world where the sounds of nature serenade. Where water holds her mirror constant to the ever-changing moods of the sky. Where opportunity calls. The opportunity to own your own piece of shoreline. To glimpse tranquil water or pristine greens as you stroll through your neighborhood. To gain the peace and quiet of country living.

We call it home… Our Caroline.

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News Notes January 12, 2018
Parking in the Street:
Parking in the streets of Caroline is getting worse and is a detriment to the appearance of each neighborhood and the Lake Caroline community. The LCOA office has started a program of increasing our enforcement of this violation. Parking on the street or partially on the street and sidewalk will not be permitted according to the Rules and Regulations.

We will be sending violation letters to those property owners, which after warnings, can result in a $50 fine. If not corrected after the fine can double each month until violation is corrected.

Please note the Lake Caroline Rules & Regulations: Article II, Section B, Paragraph 15:
"Garages shall provide parking for the same number of automobiles as bays provided before excess automobiles will be permitted in driveways; however, since Lake Caroline is a lake and golf community, one boat and/or boat trailer, or one golf cart parked in one enclosed garage is permissible in place of one automobile. All other automobiles owned by owners shall, as far as possible, be parked in the enclosed garage. To accommodate families with several cars, parking in the driveway is allowed only when other automobiles, boat and/or boat trailer, or golf cart are parked in the enclosed garage. Except as may be necessary from time to time by an owner's guests or visitors, no vehicles, boats, or trailers of any kind shall be parked in any yard or any street. An owner shall not on a regular basis park his or her automobile, boat, trailer, or any type of motorized vehicle on any street."

If you have questions, please contact the LCOA office.

Fire Department Luncheon Request:
On February 8th, the Ladies of the Lake will sponsor their eighth annual luncheon for the Weisenberger Fire Department on Stribling Road to show Lake Caroline's appreciation for all the services they so expertly provide for us. This fire station is a great amenity for Lake Caroline and the surrounding area, not only for the protection they provide but also for the reduction of many of the property owners' insurance.

The Ladies of the Lake request anyone wanting to participate to bring a covered dish to the Bellevue Clubhouse by 10:00 a.m., or bring your dish and join the ladies as they present the meal to the firemen at the fire station on Stribling Road at 10:30 a.m.

Please contact Charlotte Dickerson (601-856-8759) with any questions.

Lake Levels and News:
The lake is now 4.75 inches below full pool which is three fourths of an inch higher than last week. The lake level this same time last year was 10.5 inches below full pool.

Disposing of Debris and Appliances:
Madison County and Waste Management is making the request below for disposing of debris and old appliances. No longer will the Madison County limb trucks pick up piles of small limbs placed on the curb.

Waste Management is under contract to the County to pick up debris, if the following takes place:

• Leaves, grass clippings, and other yard debris is bagged; or
• Sticks and small branches not greater than 5 feet in length and 4 inches in diameter are bundled, boxed or bagged; and
• Bags and containers shall not exceed 40 pounds.
• White Goods, including stoves, refrigerators, hot water tanks, and washing machines will be picked up if those appliances with a compressor are properly tagged for Freon removal per EPA standards.

Yoga Classes Schedule:
The classes are for adults only. Exercise with your neighbors in a yoga inspired class! Led by volunteer neighbors, we are focused on an informal atmosphere of exercising at your own pace to improve balance and strength. No certified instructor.

The Yoga Group meets at the Martinique Clubhouse on Tuesday and Thursday from 6:00 to 7:15. Please bring a yoga mat, block and strap to each class. You will also need your pool pass to enter through the gate at the entrance of the clubhouse.

On occasion, we do have last minute cancellations. If you are a first-time participant, you can email to check on class status.
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