Closing of Montlake Entry at Alcoa – Oct. 23

Many of you have seen the digital display along Alcoa Hwy that announces that the exit from Alcoa Hwy to Montlake will close on October 23.   The Blalock project manager explained today that Montlake will remain closed until the completion of this phase of the Alcoa Hwy expansion.

This means that all residents of Lakemoor Hills will only be able to exit Alcoa Hwy heading south at Ginn Rd. and Maloney Rd.  You will  be able to enter Alcoa Hwy heading south at these two roads also.

But if you wish to head north to UT Hospital or downtown, your only choice will be to enter Alcoa Hwy by crossing the Maloney Rd. bridge over Alcoa and use the exit from the round a bout to access the northern lane.

If Montlake has been your entry and exit of choice, you may need to plan to add a few extra minutes to reroute to Maloney for the next 6 or 7 months.

 

October 10 Planning Meeting to Address Name Change of Ginn Rd.

PLANNING (previously called MPC) has published their draft agenda for their October 10, 2019 meeting.  Item #7  under STREET NAME CHANGES is a proposal to change the name of  Ginn Rd. (from Alcoa Hwy to the intersection with Maloney Rd). to  Quiet Side Drive.  There has been a sign posted near the intersection of Alcoa and Ginn that announces this proposed change.  Those of you that think this might not be such a good idea may want to attend the meeting that afternoon at the City County Building Main Assembly Room at 1:30 PM.

Planning staff had decided that this name change was necessary since with the Alcoa Hwy construction, Ginn Rd. no longer aligned and renaming the roads would reduce confusion.

We are blessed to have Dick Graf sitting on that board so you may want to share your thoughts about this with Dick before the meeting.  He has pointed out to the board that the Ginn farm was located on this side of Alcoa Hwy so history supports the road remaining the same name.

To view the entire agenda you may follow this link.   Planning

Dues Renewal Underway

Greetings Neighbors

All of you should have received your renewal notice for membership in the Lakemoor Hills Homeowners Association.  You have three options.

1.  You can fill out the enclosed form and mail it back to our Treasurer, Jim Kincaid at 2649 Lynbrulee, Knoxville, TN  37920

2.  You can log onto www.lakemoor.org and renew online.

3.  You can attend the LHHA meeting on September 17 (next Tuesday) at 7 PM and renew.

Shortly after we will be sending the updated membership listing to Waste Connections to ensure that you receive your discount on your next garbage collection bill.

Thank you for supporting our homeowners association and this great neighborhood.

LHHA Dues Renewals in Mail Now

Hello Neighbors,

It’s time to renew your dues to the LHHA for the 2019-2020 year.  I hope you have found your $25 membership fee a good investment!  We have placed the renewals in the mail and they should be landing in your mailbox shortly.  You have the option of renewing here online (www.lakemoor.org) or by mailing in your renewal.

Our next membership meeting will be held at Lake Hills Church at 7 PM on September 17.  We will have updates on Alcoa Hwy construction, landscaping and name changes; new security camera systems; new website and other items of interest.  You cam meet the new neighbors that have moved in and catch up with your friends.

We look forward to seeing you then.

The LHHA Board

Invitation to Mountain Mile in Pigeon Forge tonight

Two of our neighbors on the peninsula, one on the north side and one on the south, are developers of The Mountain Mile having its premier this weekend.  They invite all Lakemoor neighbors to visit a special event tonight on The Lawn. They will have a band, food trucks, vendors and The Mountain Monster will be open. It’s an incredible three-in-one thrill ride from 200 ft towers. You may have read about it in today’s News Sentinel or seen it on TV yesterday. Event is from 5 til 10 tonight. There’s no admission charge tonight.

Lost Shepherd Mix

To All:

Today we found a relatively young shepherd mix with no tags or collar. Very sweet puppy. We have attached an image of him and have him at our home. Please call (865) 567-3371 to identify.

Thanks,

Eric & Elaine Zeanah

LOST DOG

Small brown and white Rat Terrier (Reggie) belonging to C.L. and Kim Overman on Bluff Point, wandered off around 2:00 pm today, Thursday, 08/08/2019. She is deaf and partially blind. If found, please call C.L. at 865-363-2663 or Trevor at 865-679-7231. Reggie is my wife’s dog and my wife is out of town so this is truly life and death! Many thanks for any and all help!

Thank you

Our house on Blow Dr closed on Tuesday.   We want to thank all of you in Lakemoor Hills for 11 wonderful years in a very special neighborhood.   We will miss you all.  If you are near Shannondale in Maryville, please stop in at610 Shannondale Way.  We would love to see you.

Please give a big welcome to your new neighbors, Virginia and Gene Derryberry and their son, Graham, who will bring something special to LHHA as well.

Blessings,

Geri and Charlie

 

Public Review of Design Solutions to Alcoa Hwy Commercial

Friday, July 26 fromt 5 – 6 PM a public presentation of design ideas for the revitalization of the commercial corridor along Alcoa Hwy will occur at the North Campus of Sevier Heights Baptist Church (adjacent to CVS).  Please come and see what might be able to happen in the commercial area right outside our neighborhood.  Light refreshments will be served.  Please come voice your ideas. Invitation.pdf