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Lake Waterstone Update - As of November 3, 2017

Waterstone Residents,

The Board is pleased to announce that we have executed a contract with Excavating Unlimited to repair the Lake Waterstone outflow structure and galvanized drain pipe. The City of Carmel engineering department will oversee the work and perform inspections as the work progresses. 


The first step in the process is to lower the lake level by approximately 3 feet to expose the collar at the base of the outflow structure where it meets the drain pipe. Once the lake level has been dropped, the repairs will be made. The docks have been inspected and we do not expect they will be damaged during the repair process. They will be carefully monitored during the work. 


The repair is expected to take 3 weeks with work staring in the next couple days depending on the weather. If you use the walking path while repairs are underway, please avoid the work area.

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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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