Category: Neighborhood Alerts (Page 1 of 7)

Have you lost a cat?

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Roger, could you please forward my note to the gang on Interlachen?

Yesterday when I got home a sweet, affectionate, small cat met me at my car. Purring and lying with belly exposed, he invited attention. I left him outside hoping he would find his way home. This morning as I was leaving a neighbor stopped me and asked if I had lost a kitty. Very providential.

She kept it in her garage last night and his hoping someone will call and claim him/her.

Her name is Norma Jean Lingelbach. Her number is 502-502-2902.
She doesn’t do email.

Fairview City Council Meeting

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Let’s get support from the City of Fairview. The neighbors have an opportunity to present their opinions about the proposed development. We are on the schedule.


Fairview Village Hall

1300 NE Village Street

Please Attend!!

URGENT – Meeting on Planned Development at Interlachen Lane and Fairview Lake Way

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An URGENT meeting is scheduled for all local residents regarding the proposed development of a huge warehouse distribution center on the farm parcel next to Interlachen Lane and Fairview Lake Way. The meeting will be at Fairview City Hall on Thursday, September 1st, from 7pm to 9pm. See the email contents and attachments below for further information.
Sent 8-29-16:

Attached are a letter and photos of a planned development of the farm land at the corner of Interlachen Lane and Fairview Lake Way, leading up to Marine Drive. It is proposed to build a huge distribution warehouse (372,000 square feet) and parking areas for 250 autos and 57 trailer parking spaces. This affects all the residents who use Interlachen Lane to Marine Drive. It will change the nature of our quiet, country-like neighborhood.

Found at McLemore’s

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During the east wind late last week, we received a large floating “island.” from somewhere to the east of us. It is made of white and blue vinyl and has flower decorations. It seats five people in a semi-circle with drink holders and a mesh well in the middle where people can cool their feet. Someone deposited two oars in it at some point over the weekend but left it here. Whoever lost this is welcome to come down to McLemores (20307) and retrieve it.

Jean McLemore

Upcoming Road Closures for the Midsummer Triathlon/Duathlon

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This notification is to advise of upcoming road closures for the Midsummer Triathlon/Duathlon taking place Sunday, July 31 at Blue Lake Park.

Road Impact, Sunday, July 31, 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Marine Drive Closed East of James Gleason Boat Ramp NE 33rd to NE Sundial.

James Gleason Boat Ramp will be open.

Runners on Blue Lake Rd (eastbound) from Interlachen to NE 223rd) in the bike lane

Flaggers at NE 223rd to assist runners crossing the road to head back to running path.

For a complete course maps, schedule of events or to participate, visit

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