Sunday, April 24, 2016

ANNUAL FIRE DEPT GARAGE SALE

Do put on your calendar the Annual Fire Department Garage Sale is next Saturday, April 30th. It's the social event of the season!

SPRING FUN

They all had been in the lake but the piles of sand were irresistible!!! How 'bout a session of "King Of The Hill!? These youngsters still had on their "swimmies" but that didn't stop them from surfing down the piles of sand on Sweetwater Beach on this super April day.

Friday, April 22, 2016

SWEETWATER BEACH UPGRADES

The Cordry Sweetwater Conservancy District is upgrading the Sweetwater Beach with new drainage systems and new sand for the coming summer. This is in addition to already updated railings and deck area. Come on summer!

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

BOAT STICKERS ARE IN

The Conservancy now has boat stickers for the 2016-2017 season. Be reminded that all "motorized" boats will need proof of insurance at the counter when obtaining your stickers. The Conservancy Office will start being open on Saturday mornings in May.

Saturday, April 16, 2016

CLEAN UP SATURDAY

A civic minded group of approximately 20 volunteers gathered at the CSLOA Clubhouse on Saturday morning April 16th to join in the Nineveh Road Clean Up. Organized by Carpenter Realty Agents Vavul and Beavers and aided by Sweetwater Realty Agents Jarrett and Gatewood, the day was a success. Thanks to the CSCD Security forces for supplying 3 watchful officers McGaha, Fouch, and Moore and the CSCD for volunteering their truck and worker Josh for the morning.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

CORDY ANGLERS

The Anglers Club enjoyed their 2nd tournament of the season on Cordry Lake this evening. After rainy and windy weather the past few days, the conditions should be perfect.

SWEETWATER SPILLWAY

Shawn Michel who has an engineering background has been conducting a daily study of both Cordry and Sweetwater spillways since early February. In approximately 2003 the Sweetwater Spillway corrugated steel tube was discovered to be rusted and close to failure. A new slightly smaller plastic tube was inserted and grouted into place. Engineers indicated that the smaller tube would allow more water through it due to the smooth surface. In recent years, Sweetwater seems to have had more frequent high water/yellow light issues. Also included is the intake system and grate which also contribute to the flow. The lakeside area of the intake system was recently dug out to enhance water flow. Stay tuned for the results.