Author: Seven Lakes News Letter

Response By County Commissioner Nick Picerno I first got word on a potential water problem by an email from an adjacent property owner on January 3rd. I forwarded this email to our Planning Director, Ms. Debra Ensminger and asked her to review it. She informed me that the contractor will have to follow all county and state laws regarding storm water management and she would be in contact with the firm in charge of construction. She also mentioned to me that the existing building, which WOULD HAVE BEEN covered under grandfather protection, was LOST when it was demolished and that…

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The Women of Seven Lakes will celebrate National Wear Red Day to raise awareness about women and heart disease. Please wear red and join us for our February Fun Luncheon and Games event on Thursday, February 2nd, at 11:30 am at The Chapel in the Pines.  We’ll have a heart-healthy lunch consisting of salads, fruit, and rolls, and then you can sit with a group to learn a new game, play an old favorite or just visit with friends.  Bring your favorite games, friends, and neighbors. We will also have a 50/50 raffle. Lunch is $12 per member and $15…

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With the 50th birthday of Seven Lakes I had the opportunity to interview Mr. Alan Shaw, one of the original developers of Seven Lakes to enlighten residents to a factual version of our history with a Six Part  Series, “The 50 Year Saga Of Seven Lakes.“ This is the part of the history of Seen Lakes that has Triumph and Tragedy. Also, critical date in February of 1983. Located west of highway 211 at the intersection of Seven Lakes Drive with 211, there was three large tracts of land that were adjacent to each other. Two of the large tracks,…

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And Now For The Rest Of The Story… The 50 Year Saga Of Seven Lakes Our headline was a quote that ended every broadcast of famous radio announcer, Paul Harvey.  This is the first part in a five part series. With the 50th birthday of Seven Lakes on the horizon I had the opportunity to interview Mr. Alan Shaw, one of the original developers at his lovely home located in Seven Lakes. In the determination of a historical perspective, the old rule of Herodotus applies – if you want to find out what happened at a certain time and place,…

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