Many homes in the village are without power due to a downed tree. As of the time of this post, there is no ETA for restoration, but “should be back on by Saturday at 3pm.”
UPDATE: Power has been restored.
Dogs must be on a leash while being walked and owners must clean up after their pets.
The parasites and bacteria in dog waste can spread disease to other dogs and even you if not properly picked up. E. coli and salmonella are some of the bacteria which are carried in dog waste. Even if your dog does not show symptoms of being sick their waste can carry diseases that are harmful to humans and other pets. Plus, Giardiasis, Parvovirus, Cryptosporidiosis, Salmonellosis, and Campylobacteriosis, along with several types of worms like ringworm and tapeworm.
The parasites and bacteria can stay in the soil for years. By not picking up after your dog, you’re putting other people’s pets at risk for exposure to harmful bacteria.
Summer is creeping up on us quickly. We are still in need of lifeguards and we are now calling out to everyone to commit to volunteering for summer recreation events. While we do not have a definitive schedule, you can still sign up here to let us know you are interested.
If you know a responsible young adult, 16 years and older, who is in need of a summer job, tell them our Village has openings too good to pass up! No commute if living in the Village, hours are 11 am to 6 pm, free Red Cross training and certification or re-certification provided, salary locally competitive or higher, not to mention the ability to add attention-getting skills and experience to a college application or resume. All this and the work is outdoors – not sweating in a fast-food kitchen, injuring a back lifting in a warehouse or risking virus transmission in a noisy, crowded, indoor water park.
We are not letting the Covid-19 virus stop us from preparing for the LLV summer season 2021! We are hiring lifeguards for Pines, East and Locust Lakes. We’ve had a shortage of lifeguards in the past and want to change that this year. This announcement is not only for residents here for the entire summer. If you own a second home and are not here for the entire summer, we can be flexible offering weekend work, with a commitment to work Memorial Day weekend, July 4th weekend and Labor Day weekend and at least five additional weekends over the summer; a total commitment for only eight of sixteen weekends over the summer. Please help us in our effort by sharing this post with potential applicants.
Due to the warm weather this week we will not be able to open the ski hill this weekend or for the remainder of the season unless we receive more snow. Many thanks to all of the Volunteers and the Ski Club for their assistance in operating the ski hill along with our Administrative, Maintenance, and Security staff! The ski hill was enjoyed by many and was such a success due to this team effort!
Monday 10AM to 4:00PM Tuesday 10AM to 4:00PM Wednesday 10AM to 4:00PM Thursday 9:30AM to 3:30PM Friday 9:30AM to 3:30PM Saturday 9:30AM to 3:30PM
We are still looking for seasonal employees to assist in the operation of the ski hill. If you are interested in a seasonal position, please contact the administration office.
Association dues are due 2/28/2021 and are payable to LLVPOA.