Eagle Pointer 08.02.2014
Eagle Pointer 7/27 - 8/2/2014
Chief Deputy John Samaniego and The Shelby County Sheriff's Office have been very responsive and supportive of the needs and concerns of Eagle Point.
Here are a few of actions Chief Deputy Samaniego has personally been involved in:
• Actively investigated cases of vandalism / graffiti in Eagle Point in 2014.
• Communicated with Eagle Point during the investigation of car break-ins in 2012 and 2014.
• Facilitated the installation of radar speed signs in Eagle Point in June 2014.
• Increased regular patrols in the neighborhood.
• Deputies respond quickly when residents call with concerns.
We are fortunate to have the Shelby County Sheriff's Office serving and protecting our neighborhood.
Your HOA is continuing to address speeding through the neighborhood. You may have noticed the new electronic speed detection signs that are placed on the main parkway through Eagle Point. We are working with Shelby County Sheriff’s department to improve neighborhood awareness and to increase the presence of deputies in the problem areas. Please be aware of your speed and know that the HOA and the Sheriff are committed to slowing down the speeders.
We would also like to take this opportunity to remind our neighbors that it is dangerous to speed, text and drive, and park on the street. Earlier this month, there was an accident with a vacant parked vehicle that caused the closure of Eagle Point Circle for almost an hour. Fortunately our neighbor was not seriously injured. However, it is easy to imagine that the collision could have involved an occupied vehicle or pedestrians on Eagle Point Circle.
Please help us keep Eagle Point a safe and happy place to live. Please park in your garage or driveway, please slow down when driving through the neighborhood, and absolutely do not text and drive.
In our ongoing efforts to address speeding in the neighborhood, we can move the speed detection signs throughout the neighborhood. Please inform the HOA office if you see a problem area where we need to install the signs.
Mark your calendars for the HOA's upcoming events! On Saturday, September 13, the semi-annual garage sale will take place from 7 am through 2 pm. As always, this is a great opportunity to make a few bucks selling items that are no longer needed, or to land a great deal buying some wanted items!
Next, the annual neighborhood Fall Festival is scheduled take place on Sunday, October 26. This is a fantastic opportunity to meet your fellow neighbors, and to enjoy some great food and prizes donated by local business. For the children, the HOA will be ordering bounce houses to help burn that excess energy.
Finally, the annual cookies with Santa and carriage ride will take place on Sunday, December 7. Hopefully your kids have been good this year so that Santa can furnish them with all they desire! If you are interested in helping with or donating to these last two events, please email email@example.com
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Take advantage of the Eagle Pointer and submit your ideas and items to firstname.lastname@example.org for an opportunity to reach your neighbors and the residents of the Eagle Point Community.
The next Board Meeting will be held Monday, August 11th at 6:00 p.m.
Deadline to appear in the next week’s Eagle Pointer: Monday by midnight.
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The mission of the Eagle Point Homeowners Association is to enhance the quality of life in our neighborhood by facilitating the safety, security, and social interaction of all our residents. The further mission is to increase the property values of individual homes through community improvements and maintenance while supporting our board of directors through volunteering our time and talents to accomplish these goals.