Please remember to clean up after your pet when out and about. Bring a plastic bag with you just in case, and make sure to dispose of the bag properly and not dump it on the street or on other people’s property. There are 11 dog waste stations throughout Lochmere next to the trails.
Pet owners are required per Town of Cary Ordinance to pick up their pet’s waste. Pet waste is not only unsightly it is also harmful to the environment. Pet waste can impact water quality through the excess nutrients and bacteria which can be washed into our streams during rain events. Contamination of streams can affect algae blooms and be harmful to people wading and playing in the stream. Picking up after your pet is the neighborly thing to do; it’s also the healthy thing for you to do, for you and the environment.
The Lochmere Board of Directors held a community meeting at the Highlands Clubhouse on May 30, 2017. The purpose of the meeting was to address concerns and answer resident questions about the proposed Goddard School at 2385 Kildaire Farm Road.
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As announced at the Lochmere Annual Meeting held on October 27th, there will be a new pool management company taking over the pool contract for 2016.
Aquatic Management Group (AMG) has begun hiring for pool staff, and would very much like to interview any Lochmere residents who may be interested in working for them.
Please note, Lochmere HOA has no involvement in the hiring or supervision of anyone hired by AMG. Individuals will be employees of AMG.
Anyone interested should contact them via phone at919-600-4117 or via email at http://www.aquaticmanagementgroup.com/work-with-us.html
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