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Fall Fest this Saturday!

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Pot luck picnic! Improved games! Fun activities for the entire neighborhood! Get together with your neighbors and have a good time at the Pavilion in Lakeview park, near the boat ramp and restrooms.
Bring an item if you can, or a game, or advertise your business. You'll find the sign-up here:



Meeting Thursday, Yard Sale Saturday

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1. LSCG open meeting Thursday, Nov. 9th. 7 pm. Alliance Church.

2. Community Garage Sale: Nov. 11th 8 am-2 pm. No signup, no maps, but you can put up signs with your address. Please take them down afterwards.

You may donate to the LSCG Community Improvement Fund by dropping off items this week anytime at 4032 Westminster Dr.

Proceeds from all items will go directly into the community coffers for improvement projects.


County Updates

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Dear Lake,Welcome to Sarasota County's community e-newsletter. If you have questions, ideas for articles, or feedback relating to this newsletter, contact us at communications@scgov.netIRMA STORM RECOVERY UPDATES Despite the rain last week that affected operations on multiple days, more than 45,000 cubic yards of vegetative storm debris was collected from Sarasota County roadways. This represents the largest weekly total to date and approximately 18 percent of the total estimated debris in the county. Two trucks can be seen here simultaneously emptying their loads at one of Sarasota County's debris management sites.  Collection of storm debris from Hurricane Irma is more than 60 percent complete More than 60 trucks help clear vegetative storm debris on a daily basis, and operations continue to run seven days a week, weather permitting.Citizens can track the progress of vegetative storm debris collection in Sarasota County through the Debris Pick-Up Status Map. The map is update…

County Updates - Sustainability Workshop

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Dear Lake,Welcome to Sarasota County's community e-newsletter. If you have questions, ideas for articles, or feedback relating to this newsletter, contact us at communications@scgov.netIRMA STORM RECOVERY UPDATES Close to 100,000 cubic yards of vegetative debris have been cleared from the roadways in Sarasota County during the past 30 days. The debris contractors, including the drivers, machine operators, debris monitors and support staff are working seven days a week, often from sunrise to sunset, to help Sarasota County clear the vegetative storm debris. Cleanup of the vegetative storm debris for Hurricane Irma continues to make progress Contractors entered four new zones this past week. Citizens can track the progress of vegetative storm debris collection in Sarasota County through the Debris Pick-Up Status Map. The map is updated daily based on collection progress and scheduled start dates are subject to change.Sarasota County opened four debris management sites throughout the …

County Update - Irma recovery; Sustainable workshop, more

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Dear Lake,Welcome to Sarasota County's community e-newsletter. If you have questions, ideas for articles, or feedback relating to this newsletter, contact us at communications@scgov.netIRMA STORM RECOVERY UPDATES Debris collection Sarasota County's debris contractors are now working in 15 of the 38 residential zones. To view the estimated collection start date for your residential zone, use theinteractive map.Approximately 60,000 cubic yards of vegetative storm debris has been collected. Contractors are working seven days a week to clear the debris.Remember to keep your vegetative storm debris completely separated from regular yard waste and garbage. Only vegetative storm debris is being collected by the debris contractors.It's important to keep your vegetative storm debris pile separated from your regular garbage, recycling and yard waste, and away from mailboxes, fire hydrants, water meters, utility lines or other objects that could be damaged during pickup.If other item…