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Update and Response from Will Metcalf on Lake Lowering
Posted on Dec 2nd, 2019
*****Here is an UPDATE with response From Will Metcalf*****
Click HERE to read.
 
Here are his suggestions:
I would encourage you and your neighbors to reach out to the SJRA Board immediately and share your thoughts as they make the ultimate decision on whether or not to extend the temporary seasonal lake lowering policy. You can do so online at https://www.sjra.net/about/board/ or by email floodmanagementdivision@sjra.net.
Also, consider attending the upcoming SJRA board meeting to share your concerns directly with members.  
 
 
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"Stop Lake Lowering"
Posted on Nov 28th, 2019
Seven Coves Residents
 
The Lake Conroe Association (LCA) is organizing all Lake Conroe area residents via their Homeowner Associations 
to lobby the San Jacinto River Authority Management and Board to repeal the seasonal lake lowering program
implemented in 2018. The program was originally labeled as "temporary" while dredging was underway on the
San Jacinto river basin to reduce flooding downstream of Lake Conroe. The dredging program has been completed
but it appears that the SJRA may now continue the program as indicated in their press release issued last week. 
 
For more information please read the attached materials and letter from the LCA President Mike Bleier.
Updates will be provided as they become available. 
 
Seven Coves Board of Directors
 
Click on Links below to read the document:
 
Letter         
 
 
 
 
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Garbage and Recycling Cans
Posted on Aug 28th, 2014
 
 
 

FRIENDLY REMINDER
SEVEN COVES TRASH PICK UP
 
Your board of directors is requesting the help and cooperation of
all Seven Coves residents.  
Click HERE to read the entire article.

*** Attention ALL Residents ***
OFFICE HOURS
Monday-Friday 8am-4pm. Tuesday 12 pm-4pm
Saturday-Sunday Closed
 
PLEASE be advised that if you are parking in any of Seven Coves parking lots and DO NOT have a "CURRENT" parking sticker/hanging tag you could be TOWED at owner's expense.  
 
If you haven't picked up your current parking stickers/tags, please visit the office.
 
SIGNS IN SEVEN COVES

Please do not post signs regarding lost dogs, garage sales, etc. to the stop signposts and speed limit signposts in our subdivision.  It is illegal to attach any kind of sign to a stop sign post or speed limit post and it makes our subdivision appear un-kept and unpresentable.

We suggest posting on Nextdoor website or in the Seven Coves bulletin board by the pool entrance; or in the local newspaper.  In the future, if any signs are found on stop signs, speed limit signs, etc. they will be removed immediately.  

Your cooperation in this matter will be greatly appreciated.

Seven Coves Association


Architectural Control Guidelines
 
Click HERE for ALL forms that pertain to our Deed Restrictions and to access
Architectural Control Guidelines - Builders Packets.

Upcoming Events
Casino Night
Saturday, December 28th
       
 
Do you like Craps, Black Jack or Texas Hold-Em?
Saturday Dec 28th 7-11pm
Seven Coves Clubhouse – Seven Coves Residents
Food – Fun - Raffle prizes
 
 BYOB – Mixers will be provided
 
Dinner will be served from 6-7
 
MUST register by 12/20 to be included in Dinner and
this includes entrance to Casino Night
with $10,000 play money to gamble. 
BIG winner of the night receives a $100 Visa Gift card.
Dinner will be catered by Flavor of Love Catering.
Caesar Salad
Baked Chicken w/Cream Ranch Sauce
or 
Grilled Pork Chops
Green beans and loaded twice baked potatoe casserole.
Dinner rolls
Sweet Tea
Lemonade
$15 per person in advance.
$15 per person at the door the night of the event and
DOES NOT include dinner.
 
 NO ONE under 21 will be admitted
Limited to the first 120 people that pre-register or
show up at the door. 
No Dinner for those that do not pre-register.
 
Click HERE for Registration form.

Water Line Flushing
The flushing program was implemented in March 2014 to address red, brown or yellow water reports that is due to naturally occurring iron levels in the drinking water supply and has been very successful in eliminating this condition.
Click HERE to read entire article.

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