Join the Virtual HOA meeting on Tuesday September 22 starting at 6:45 p.m.
The meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. You can sign into the meeting 15 minutes prior to the start. The meeting will be locked at 7:20 p.m.
Go to Webex.com to set up an account for free or download the Cisco Webex Meetings app on your phone. We recommend that you set up your account the day before the meeting.
You can click on this link to take you to the meeting:
Meeting number is 142 645 0742
The password is Lakemoor
We recommend that you click on USE COMPUTER AUDIO so you can hear what is said.
You can also join the meeting over the telephone, 1-415-655-0001. Then enter access code 1426450742#. Then enter the passcode: 52536667#
Call or text Suzan Bowman at 865-705-9451 or Dawn Thomas at (865) 384-9542 if you have trouble logging on.
All questions will be received through the CHAT feature.
Be patient. This is our first adventure in bringing the entire neighborhood together through a virtual meeting.
The Lakemoor Hills Homeowner’s Association will meet virtually (computer or telephone) on September 22 at 7 PM. All are welcome to attend and watch from your own home. Information about how to access the meeting will be posted both here and on our Facebook page next week. So put this meeting on your calendar and log on to get an update on what is happening here in our neighborhood.
Wanted to let you know that your dues renewals were mailed out the week of August 17 for the 2020-2021 fiscal year. You may renew your dues online at https://lakemoor.org/lhha/hoa-member-dues-renewal/ or you can mail in your renewal to our treasurer, Jim Kincaid. (address below)
You may also want to make a donation to the Lakemoor Hills Resource Council. This is our 501 (c) 3 that allows us to do projects within the neighborhood with tax deductible donations. https://lakemoor.org/lhha/donate-to-lakemoor-resource-council/
The dues are $40 per year. The $15 dues increase will go towards paying for the installation and maintenance of our security camera system that guards all the entries to the Lakemoor Hills peninsula.
We hope that the church will allow us to meet in September 15 for our first LHHA meeting of the year. We have a lot to catch up on!
Send dues to:
Jim Kincaid, Treasurer
2649 Lynbrulee Ln.
Knoxville, TN 37920
On Tuesday, May 19, construction crews are planning to repave Montlake Drive from Alcoa Highway to Craghead Lane in Knoxville. This will take a couple of hours between 9am and 3pm. This work will be completed under a flagging operation. We are doing this work to repair the asphalt where construction trucks use this stretch as a construction entrance.
This work is weather permitting.
TDOT Community Relations Officer
Region 1 (East Tennessee)
7345 Region Lane
Knoxville, TN 37914
To Our Friends,
With the current concerns around the COVID19 virus and a limited supply of PPE in the area, we recently reached out to our manufacturers to produce some 10,000+ N95 rated medical masks. Last Friday, we started donating the masks to the medical community. If you are a healthcare worker or your general practitioner is in need of PPE, please feel free to provide my e-mail information and we will do our best to help as many groups as possible. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are over the age of 60 and would like a few procedural masks for when you go out, please also let me know. Most important, please be safe! We should be through this difficult time in a matter of weeks.
Sincerely, Eric Zeanah
Looking for something to brighten your day? Then go for a neighborhood walk or take a quick ride to the Copeland’s or Thomforde’s house and pick out a big fluffy bow to make you and your mailbox SMILE 😊. Let’s get ready for all those home-bound folks soon to be cruising our Dogwood Trail. We are practicing social distancing, so the bows will be displayed in the driveway or on the front porch. Just pick out your favorite and put a donation to Lakemoor Hills Garden Club in the envelope. Hope you all are staying safe and enjoying family time. 🌸🌷🌻
Corner of Montlake and Maloney or
Corner of Circle Lake Ln. and Maloney
Vicki Williams-Baumgartner, Program Manager for Dogwood Trails & Gardens, has announced that there will be brush pickup along the Dogwood Trails in Lakemoor Hills starting next Monday, March 23 and ending by March 31. This service is being supplied by the City of Knoxville to support the Dogwood Arts Festival.
Be aware that the pickup is ONLY for brush, no trees, stumps or other debris will be collected.
Place your brush at the edge of the road, on your property, for easy pickup by the trucks.
The LHHA was not able to confirm our speaker for the March meeting from the Knox County Sheriff’s Department, and as there was no other pressing business, the meeting will not be held.
You can still wear green for St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow.
The next meeting of the Lakemoor Hills Homeowners Association will be held on March 17 at 7 PM at Lake Hills Church.
In order to get ready for the Dogwood Trail opening on April 1, the Annual Neighborhood Cleanup Day is scheduled for March 21. We will meet at the church at 9 AM and pick up supplies and assignments. The scope of work will include: trash collection along roadsides, removal of leaves and brush from Legacy Park @ Circle Lake, mulching of common properties, street sign cleaning and other items that are in need of repair. We will have trash bags, gloves, and pickers available to check out. Lunch will be provided in the picnic shelter at 11:00.
The Garden Club will be making pink and green mailbox bows and have them available for purchase.