The Coles will have a yard sale tomorrow, October 13, at 2319 Vineyard Lane from 8 a.m. to noon.
Join us on Friday between 5:30-9:30pm on Huntingtowne Farms Lane between Goneaway and Tall Oaks for a great party! We will have the Bill Spoons BBQ truck, Lil’ Dunkers Mini Donuts, a bounce house, a DJ, cornhole and all your neighborhood friends! Directories are at the printer so we should also have our 18-19 Directories available for pick up to paid association members.
- Check in will be at the Goneaway side of the block.
- Paid members can pick up their Directory at check in
- Parents will need to sign a waiver for all children bouncing
- Bring your beverages, chairs, friends & neighbors
Please pray with us that the weather will hold out & the Directories will be ready. We will send another email Wednesday with updates should anything change. Volunteers are needed, to help email Kim Riddle at email@example.com
Thirty Marine volunteers completed the bulk of the installation of the NEW HF Park playground last week. Thanks to those Marines and to the neighbors who donated food and drinks. Stabilization and safety inspections are still needed, but park and construction officials say the playground should be open by the end of the month.
The Lilly Mill Storm Drainage Improvement Project in the creek behind Huntingtowne Farms Elementary has begun. Expect to see lots of trucks and construction equipment. The access to the creek will be at the intersection of Lilly Mill and Tattersall.
For more information about the project, contact the following people with Charlotte Mecklenburg Storm Water Services:
Edrina Maben-Collins – Senior Construction Inspector (She’ll be onsite most days)
Adam Clapp – Construction Supervisor
Jackie Bray – City Project Manager
For project updates visit http://charlottenc.gov/StormWater/Projects/Pages/LillyMill.aspx
Construction on the Lilly Mill drainage project will begin in September 2019, according to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services. The project is estimated to take up to two years. Brian Sikes, a project manager with the county, says that residents will maintain access to their homes, even if streets need to be blocked during construction.
For project information and updates, visit the Lilly Mill project page at the link below:
A heads-up for HF residents: Mecklenburg County appraisal staff have been seen in our neighborhood examining home exteriors to gather information for next year’s property revaluation.
According to the county website, appraisers will always be driving a marked county vehicle and will NOT ask to come inside your home without an appointment.
For more information about the revaluation, visit the county’s website:
Once again, everyone in the neighborhood gets to be a judge!
Send your picks for the three best-looking yards in Huntingtowne Farms to President Wally (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Sunday, April 29, at 7 p.m. The Yard Awards Committee will tally the votes and declare the winners (one per section) on April 30.