Please take a moment and remember that the Restore Woodlake Committee (RWL) is a sanctioned subcommittee of your Property Owners’ Association (POA). There continues to be confusion by many in the community - do not accept what you may have been told or read on a blog site - or some alternative that is unrealistc. Our primary mission is to work every possible avenue to restore our lake & dam, and to see our property values return. We coordinate daily with your POA. No monies have ever been used by the RWL from residents’ assessments paid to the POA; all the RWL funds expended have come from donations. The RWL is not affiliated, nor teamed, with any commercial enterprise, including WLCC Corp, WLCC Real Estate Corp, or Woodlake CC LLC.
Review the RWL Charter under https://www.restorewoodlake.com/committee/committee-charter/
Keith Allison Community Update 2 April 2021
Moore County Back Taxes Paid by ANC!
Janene Aul, ANC’s General Counsel, presents a check for almost half a million dollars to Gary Briggs, Moore County Tax Administrator, that clears up all current and past due taxes for all WLCCC properties in the Woodlake Community (3/31/2021).
Woodlake Forcelosure, Sale, and Follow-on Pilot 2021 Articles
Channel 11 Video 25 Feb 2021
RWLC Update 18 Jan 2021
ALLISON LETTER 22 MAY 2020
County Accepts Grant to Demolish Homes Damaged by Hurricane Florence
Often the question arises as to the dollar amount owed to Moore County by Woodlake affiliated companies and personnel for back taxes. Note that Moore County is one of twenty counties in NC (100 counties in NC) that do not require back real estate taxes to be paid at the time land is transfered to another party. Currently (Jan 2021), WLCCC owes ~$400K in back taxes.
Prepping the existing lakebed - suitable for water impoundment, a.k.a., the “lake” bottom
C. Jones – 01/20/2020
The Restore Woodlake Committee
Here are four pictures of the earthen dam (before and after shots) illustrating the foilage that was cut and defoiliated.
This group of slides was taken by neighbor Tom Earnhardt on 8 Sep 2019, while flying his drone around the lakebed and pool. Some close shots illustrate the breach and just how our lakebed looks after almost three years with zero water.
The below slide show of the current state of the lakebed was taken by Cheryl Morgan, Woodlake resident, pilot, photographer, freefall expert (you got to love those folks), and good neighbor. Cheryl was able to capture these photos on the evening of 30 Aug 2019. Please note the active stream beds fed by Cranes Creek and Cypress Creek, as well as the vegitation lining the earthen dam. Thank you Cheryl.
Engineering Study Results
A TAB HAS BEEN ADDED ENTITLED "SCHNABEL ENGINEERING STUDY." PLEASE NOTE THAT AT THE LOWER PART OF THAT PAGE IS AN UPDATE FROM THE RWLC DISCUSSING THE STUDY, OPTIONS, AND OPINIONS OF THE CURRENT SITUATION OF LAKE SURF AND THE DAM.
Lake Townsend (Greensboro) Labyrinth Dam & Spillway Under Construction
State Lawmakers Approve Woodlake Referendum Bill
Letters to the Community from Mr. Keith Allison
Press Release from Senator Tom McInnis. This issue has been worked for over a year with our elected representatives. Also below is a copy of the proposed bill - Senate Bill 190; and the initial House Bill 281 (Sponsored by Jamie Boles & Allen McNeill)
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