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Lake Caroline
News Notes March 27, 2015

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Canton School Bond Referendum:
A vote on a Canton School District bond referendum for $33 million dollars to:
• Build two new K-5 elementary Schools
• Build a 9th grade Academy at Canton High School
• Provide instructional technology upgrades like smart boards and e-instruction at all schools
• Offer 1:1 Initiative by providing every high school student with a laptop Chromebook
The vote on this $33,000,000 bond issue will be March 31st.
 At this time, the Canton School Board is planning to hold the vote at Nichols Middle School located at 529 Mace Street, Canton. Turn north off Highway 22 on Kings Ranch Road (approximately one mile from I-55). Turn right on George Washington Street (east). You should be able to see the school on your left after about a mile,.
Absentee voting is currently available by going to Canton City Hall, 226 East Peace Street which is three blocks east of Canton Square across the street from the Sacred Heart Parrish Center. You may absentee vote any time prior to noon, March 28, 2015.
You are eligible to vote if you live in the Canton School District and you are a registered voter in Madison County.
This bond issue will increase your property taxes by $89 per $100,000 assessed value - possibly more. A business tax will increase by $102.00 per $100,000 of assessed value. This tax will also increase your automobile taxes when you purchase tags.
More information will be provided at the LCOA Annual Meeting or as it becomes available.

Villages April Yard of the Month:
The property owners of the Mills of Lake Caroline, which makes up the area of Lake Caroline known as The Villages, along with the Landscape Committee, have initiated a Yard of the Month award. Winners will have the honor of a very attractive sign posted in their yard for one month.
Separate winners will be award to the following neighborhoods:
Mill Landing            
Mill Crossing     
Mill Pointe              
Mill Ridge               
Mill Spring              
Judging will be Thursday, April 2nd. Judging will be based on:
Overall appearance
Lawns with healthy grass
No debris
Trees and shrubs pruned
Walkways and driveways are to be clean including trash containers. 
Flower beds weeded and edged
Judges are non-residents of the Villages and impartial.

Current Events
Breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus was a huge Success
Lake Caroline Security
Pool Cleaning Schedule
Wi-Fi at Clubhouse
Notary Public Service
Save The Dates
LCOAs Covered Dish New Years Eve Dinner:
Adult New Years Eve Party:
Adult New Years Eve Party
Halloween Parties at Martinique Clubhouse
Arts & Craft Show 2014
Tommy's Tips
Lake Level
Boating Tips
Winter Preparation
Lake Safety Tips
Boating Tips
Board Actions
Board Meeting February 19, 2015
Advisory Council Meeting February 10, 2015
Board Meeting November 20, 2014
Board Meeting September 18, 2014
Advisory Council Meeting Aug. 12, 2014
Caroline Activities
Wine Group News:
Yoga Classes
Water Aerobics, Summer Schedule:
Lake Caroline Activities
Rules & Regulations
Rules and Regulations Regarding Pets
Renting or Leasing House in Lake Caroline
Rules & Regulations Top five violations
Lake Reports
Fishing Rules on Lake Caroline:
2012 Creel Limits
2011 Creel Limits
Safe Fueling at Fuel Pump
Lake Links

2014 Annual Lake Report
How to tag your boat & tow vehicle
How to clean a catfish
ARC Guidlines
Before you make a change to your landscape, color of your home, or make an addition, please review the Lake Caroline ARC guidelines and contact the office.
Click here to review the guidelines.

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