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Lake Waterstone Update as of September 25, 2017

Dear Waterstone Residents,

Improvements to the boat launch have been completed and ALL BOATS must be REMOVED from the lake by 6 pm on September 30.  After that time, the lake level will be dropped an additional three-plus feet to mitigate risk to the liner and levee during the upcoming repair process.


Once the lake level is lowered, the lake liner will be thoroughly inspected at the area where the drain pipe penetrates the liner.  This firmly anchored liner extends up and under the walking path and is anchored deep below the outer edge of the walking path.


In several spots below the rip rap (the stone edge which in circles the lake), the landscape fabric is visible and sometimes appears frayed and loose.  This is not the lake liner.  Please rest assured that this cosmetic issue will be addressed once the upcoming repairs are made.  And, for your personal safety and for the safety of those you "walk the lake" with, please remain on the walking path and avoid going near the water's edge.  Also, please keep your pets leashed at all times while walking the path.  Warning signs have been placed at each common area entrance to the lake path and spaced around the path.


As you know, Lake Waterstone is a tremendous asset to our neighborhoods, and we are doing everything in our power to remedy the situation in a cost effective and timely manner.  We look forward to the 2018 boating season and are confident this repair process will make the lake's outflow structure better than ever.  We will keep you updated as work continues.


Waterstone Board of Directors 

Lake Waterstone Update - As of July 19, 2017

We have significantly slowed the loss of water in Lake Waterstone by plugging the drain pipe where the problem developed.  We have been consulting with engineers of the City of Carmel,  as well as engineers from the company who originally designed the lake drainage systems. Also involved are several contractors and representatives from Associa. A project repair specification and statement of work will be completed in the next several days and the work will go out to bid. Once we have bids in hand, we'll provide an update on timing for the repair.

Lake Waterstone Update

Efforts to determine the extent of the damage to the drain pipe and needed repairs were slowed due to the Holiday weekend. On Wednesday, Carmel City officials, engineers, property management and several board members met to evaluate the situation.

We have located the complete drawings for the drain system and are proceeding to develop a scope of work for the repair. Several contractors have been contacted to bid on the work. The team is concerned about the stress the low water may be having on some of the docks and the team is closely monitoring their condition.

Yoga in the Clubhouse

Each Monday morning from 9:30-10:30 a.m.  The class meets in the downstairs section of the clubhouse.

Pilates in the Clubhouse

Each Friday morning from 9:30-10:30am.  The class meets in the downstairs section of the clubhouse.

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