August 14 LSV HOA Board Meeting


Tuesday, August 14, 2018

LSV Clubhouse - 7:00 p.m.

Call to Order/Roll Call

Approval of July Minutes

Board Report

Report on LFUCG Feasibility Study Grant (Stormwater/Flooding Erosion) and new NAMP grant opportunity

Parking Issue update

Pool Access Issue: Update

Annual Meeting Update

Financial Report

Property Manager’s Report

Homeowner Concerns

Addressing residency status/inquiries for LSV facilities

Committee Reports





Old Business

New Business


Click here to view July '18 Combined Financial Reports



Welcome to the Lakeshore Village community, a very special place in the heart of Lexington, Kentucky.

Our wooded, leafy community lies along the shores of Lake Fontaine, one of the largest bodies of water located within New Circle Road. Summer days bring life to the lake with canoes, kayaks, sailboats, rowing shells, stand-up paddle boards, and electrically operated pontoon boats (to preserve the serenity of the setting and reduce pollution, all watercraft must be powered without fossil fuel.)

Year-round aquatic life and waterfowl are especially engaging and include Osprey, Mergansers, Blue Heron, Canada geese, turtles, and fish. And now and then, an eagle can be spotted coasting above the lake.  Thanks to our neighbors, Lou Leslie and Dr. Guoying Bing for providing images of wildlife and scenes around our village.

We bring live music into our lives with a series of "living room concerts" in our lakeside clubhouse.

These attributes and fun events make the properties surrounding the lakes the most attractive and sought-after locations in all of the Bluegrass Area. All of this is within a five-minute commute into downtown Lexington.

Lakeshore Village is a member of the Lakeview Estates Lake Association (LELA). LELA is protective and proactive in keeping these private waters as pristine and safe as possible.



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