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					           LAKE LURE NEWS & VIEWS
                                         TOWN OF LAKE LURE
                                        INCORPORATED IN 1927

                                              Mayor: Bob Keith
                  Commissioners:Linda Turner, Wayne Hyatt, Mary Ann Dotson and John Moore
                                        Town Manager: Chris Braund

                                               August 2010
                      Published by Town of Lake Lure, P.O. Box 255, Lake Lure, NC 28746
                                  Newsletter Editor & Coordinator: Linda Ward

          Telephone: (828) 625-9983                        Fax: (828) 625-8371
          Website: www.TownofLakeLure.com                  Email: TownHall@TownofLakeLure.com




            MAYOR’S COMMENTS                               and went to Beachside Restaurant and enjoyed a
               by Bob Keith                                wonderful breakfast. We replaced a twenty minute
                                                           car ride along windy roads with an enjoyable,
        Something’s new in town. The Transit               sunny, 10 minute water experience. The boat slips
Authority of Rutherford County (TARC) has begun            are yours to use; why not take advantage of them?
a low cost “Park and Ride” capability across                       August means it’s time for the Olympiad.
Hickory Nut Gorge. This public bus service,                Details about the Olympiad may be found later in
developed primarily to accommodate tourists,               this paper or at www.HickoryNutOlympiad.com.
connects many of the attractions throughout the            There is something for everyone, whether you are a
Gorge. A 15-passenger van will transport guests            well-tuned athlete, a weekend warrior or merely a
from Rumbling Bald Resort to Chimney Rock Park             spectator. Put a team together to play golf or if
with stops at Apple Valley, the library, the               tennis is your thing, get a partner. If you can throw
municipal golf course, Ingles, the post office, Lake       a shoe or bean bag, get over to the Geneva on
Lure Inn and Beach, visitor’s center and Chimney           Saturday to compete. Paddle a kayak, swim a
Rock Village. They will then reverse the trip and          distance or do the family fun run. If you have kids
repeat until the final return trip around 7pm. “Park       between the ages of four to fourteen, have them join
and Ride” service will run from Memorial Day               the Junior Olympiad and compete in events
through mid-October excluding certain holidays.            including running, shooting a basketball, throwing a
The cost for each ride is $1 per person and is             baseball, riding a mini-bike, and performing in the
applied each time one gets on board. Hopefully this        obstacle course. And for you spectators, there’s the
offering will benefit our guests and have some             Water-Ski Show, Shag Dancing Competition,
impact on reducing traffic congestion in a safer,          Fireworks, Dragon Boat Racing and the Race up
greener fashion. For more information, call TARC           Chimney Rock. Remember, all proceeds go to local
at 288-1830.                                               charities with this year’s focus on the kids of the
        Did you know that the town installed 12            new Charter School. It’s a great weekend to invest
boat slips on the boardwalk near the town marina?          your time in the community. It’s all about
Over the weekend of July 4th, Pam and I got on our         community spirit!
pontoon boat early Saturday morning for a cool,              6th Annual Olympiad – August 26 through 29th
pleasant ride downtown, tied up at the town dock                      Come out and join in the fun!
August 2010                    LAKE LURE NEWS & VIEWS                                                      Page 2


         TOWN MANAGER’S REPORT                                * authorized the town manager to draft lease
              by Chris Braund                                 agreements with the Hickory Nut Gorge Chamber
                                                              of Commerce and the Rutherford County Tourism
End of Fiscal Year Budget Update                              Development Authority regarding a portion of the
Nearly all of the receipts and invoices are in for the year   building owned by the Town of Lake Lure
ended June 30, 2010 and our preliminary results show          commonly known as the “Community Center” and
very good fiscal health. While our expected revenues          nonexclusive use of six adjacent vehicle parking
fell about $140,000 short of initial estimates, this was      spaces during hours of operation; also, authorized
mainly due to 6 months of golf course closure for
                                                              the town clerk to publish at least 10 days prior to
renovations. Anticipating this, all departments worked
to spend less than what was appropriated in the budget.       August 10, 2010 regular council meeting, a notice
They succeeded…and ended up with a $150,000 surplus           as required by G.S. 160A-272 pertaining to the
even after covering the revenue shortfall.                    leases and agreements with the Hickory Nut Gorge
                                                              Chamber of Commerce and the Rutherford County
        General Fund              $51,000 surplus             Tourism Development Authority .
        Water/Sewer Fund          $40,000 surplus
        Hydro Fund                $64,000 surplus             SPECIAL MEETING: Town council held a
                                 $150,000                     special meeting on Monday, July 12, 2010, 3:00
                                                              p.m., in the meeting room of the Lake Lure
This surplus can help in several ways: it can be              Municipal Center to discuss attorney client privilege
contributed to fund balances for rainy-day savings or
                                                              and legal matters in accordance with G.S. 143-
Council can appropriate it this year for projects and
capital improvements that have been eliminated,               318.11(a) (3) regarding a lawsuit between the Town
deferred or some combination of both. In a time where         of Lake Lure and McGill Associates, P.A., Randall
many states and municipalities are nearly bankrupt, I         D. Hintz and Brentwood Industries, Inc.
really appreciate the work of the entire staff’ to
maximize services and manage costs.                           SPECIAL MEETING: Town council held a
                                                              special meeting on Tuesday, July 13, 2010, 9:00
School Update                                                 a.m., at the law office of Attorneys Cloininger,
It has not been much of a summer vacation for the team        Barbour, Searson, and Jones at 21 Battery Park
involved in building the new school. Through countless        Avenue, Suite 201, Asheville, NC to discuss
volunteer hours and much-appreciated contributions by         attorney client privilege and legal matters in
local contractors, the project is on track for completion.
                                                              accordance with G.S. 143-318.11(a) (3) regarding a
There will be an open house at the site on August 14th,
from 1-4pm. All are invited to come meet the teachers         lawsuit between the Town of Lake Lure and McGill
and tour the campus.                                          Associates, P.A., Randall D. Hintz and Brentwood
                                                              Industries, Inc.
       TOWN COUNCIL ACTIVITIES
    by Town Clerk Mary Flack, MMC, CTC
                                                                     COMMUNITY POLICING NEWS
REGULAR MEETING: The regular town council                                by Lt. Chris Francis
meeting was held on Tuesday, July 13, 2010, 7:00
p.m., in the meeting room of the Lake Lure                           On July 2, Lt. Francis and Chief Hester had
Municipal Center.                                             the opportunity to give a presentation to the “Senior
Under the “consent Under the “consent agenda,”                Gorgers” group that meets on Fridays at the
Town Council approved:                                        Municipal Center. The presentation consisted of tips
* minutes of the June 7, 2010 (special meeting) and           to protect your home and tips to protect yourself
June 8, 2010 (regular meeting).                               away from home. There was good discussion by the
Town Council also:                                            group after the presentation. One of the most
* removed from the agenda as requested by Tom                 important tips given was to write down serial
Greene, a proposal for the Lake Lure Classic Car              numbers of valuable possessions and update the list
show; and                                                     often. A resident who had the serial number of his
August 2010                  LAKE LURE NEWS & VIEWS                                                       Page 3


moped that was stolen this month has already had                 POLICE REPORT FOR JUNE 2010
the moped returned. The serial number proved very
important in this case as the moped was located in        ALARM CALLS RECEIVED ----------------------- 17
Spartanburg, SC and the subject arrested.                 ACCIDENTS ------------------------------------------- 5
       We had a great crowd visiting the Lake for         ARRESTS    ------------------------------------------- 2
the July 4th festivities and firework display. The        BANK ALARMS --------------------------------------- 0
police department is happy to announce with all of        BREAKING AND ENTERINGS -------------------- 0
the added traffic and visitors, that there were no        BUSINESS CHECKS ----------------------------- 9,825
reported serious problems or vehicle accidents.           CITATIONS ISSUED -------------------------------- 47
                                                          COMMUNITY CONTACTS -------------------- 1,622
Youth Center                                              EXTRA PATROLS ----------------------------------- 79
         It’s been an incredible summer at the Lake       LARCENY REPORTS -------------------------------- 1
Lure Youth Center. Our summer program this year           REQUESTED RESIDENTIAL CHECKS ------- 187
consisted of every Tuesday field trips and beach day      ROAD CHECKS ---------------------------------- 2,938
Fridays, all of which has given the youth of the          VANDALISM REPORTS ---------------------------- 0
Hickory Nut Gorge area plenty to do with their            WARNINGS ISSUED -------------------------------- 65
summer.                                                   CASES CLEARED------------------------------------- 2
         The first part of July we visited with Ranger    CASES CLEARED BY ARREST ------------------- 0
Glen, from Chimney Rock State Park. He met with
us on the Rocky Broad River with rods and reels as                   LAKE ACTIVITIES
well as fly fishing gear. The kids were taught about      PATROLS    ------------------------------------------ 23
fly fishing and were allowed to fish in the river.        COVE CHECKS ------------------------------------- 595
Everyone was excited when one of the youth caught         VERBAL WARNINGS ------------------------------- 3
a largemouth bass, which was one of the very few          WRITTEN WARNINGS ------------------------------ 0
Ranger Glen has seen caught out of the Rocky              CITATIONS ISSUED --------------------------------- 2
Broad. Several youth walked away with stories of          ASSISTANCE TO OTHER VESSELS ------------- 1
nibbles as well as the old, “I had it but lost it” fish   ASSISTANCE TO OTHER AGENCIES ----------- 0
tale to tell for years to come.                           BOATING ACCIDENTS ----------------------------- 0
         We also visited the Chimney Rock Gem             HOLIDAY EVENTS----------------------------------- 0
Mine which donated bags of gem-filled sand for the        OTHER      ------------------------------------------- 0
kids to sift through.                                     PATROL HOURS ------------------------------------- 20
         Clint Calhoun with the Town of Lake Lure
took us on a Wetland Tour around Morse Park. It
was fun and educational as the kids were taught                        CUSTOMER SERVICES
how important the wetlands are.                                           by Linda Ward
         Every Friday the kids get to enjoy the beach
at Lake Lure swimming and throwing water                  Our boat permit sales are about the same as last year
balloons.                                                 at this point in the season. We have four categories
         The businesses around Lake Lure and              that have an annual sales limit. Below is a list of
Chimney Rock have been very supportive of our             what is still available in those categories:
programs. We appreciate all the donated time and          Annual Resident – sold 836 of the 1000 allowed,
interest from them.                                       164 available
         We also were treated to a tour of the Lake       Annual Resident Peak Weekday – sold six of 250
Lure Police Station. We were able to see where            allowed, 244 available
people are fingerprinted as well as the equipment         Annual Non-Resident – sold 27 of the 50 allowed,
room and officer’s area. Many thanks to Chief             23 available
Hester! We appreciate everything you do to make           Annual Non-Resident Peak Weekday– sold 17 of 50
this program such a success.                              allowed, 33 available.
August 2010                  LAKE LURE NEWS & VIEWS                                                Page 4


Water conservation is always a good thing to think              Just wet your brush and fill a glass for
about, but times like this when we are not getting              mouth rinsing
much rainfall it really comes to mind.                   9.     Rinse your razor in the sink.
                                                                Fill the sink with a few inches of warm
Water conservation in the home...                               water. This will rinse your razor just as
  1.      Check faucets and pipes for leaks. A                  well as running water, with far less water
          small drip from a worn faucet washer                  waste.
          can waste 20 gallons or water per day.         10.     Use your dishwasher and clothes washer
  2.      Don’t use the toilet as a ashtray or                  only for full loads. Most makers of
          wastebasket. Every flush uses five to                 dishwashing soap recommend not pre-
          seven gallons.                                        rinsing which will be a big water
  3.      Check your toilets for leaks. Put a little            savings.
          food coloring in your toilet tank. If          11.    Keep a bottle of drinking water in the
          without flushing, the color begins to                 fridge. Running tap water to cool it off
          appear in the bowl within 30 minutes,                 for drinking water is wasteful. Store
          you have a leak that should be repaired               drinking water in the fridge in a safe
          immediately. Most replacement parts are               drinking bottle.
          inexpensive and easy to install.
  4.      Install water-saving shower heads and          Water conservation in the yard or garden.
          low-flow faucet aerators which are also
          easy to install. Also, long, hot showers       1. If you are planting a new lawn, or over
          can use five to ten gallons every un-             seeding an existing lawn, use drought-
          needed minute. Showers should only                resistant grasses.
          take as long as it takes you to soap up,       2. Put a layer of mulch around trees and plants
          wash down and rinse off.                          Mulch will slow evaporation of moisture
  5.      You can put a plastic bottle or float             while discouraging weed growth. Adding 2 -
          booster in your toilet tank. Put an inch or       4 inches of organic material such as compost
          two of sand or pebbles inside of a plastic        or bark mulch will increase the ability of the
          bottle to weigh it down, fill it will water       soil to retain moisture.
          and screw the lid on tight. Place the          3. Don’t water the gutter. Position your
          bottle in the tank away from the                  sprinklers so water lands on the lawn or
          operating mechanisms. This may save               garden, not on paved areas. Also avoid
          ten or more gallons of water per day. Be          watering on windy days. Water in the early
          sure at least three gallons of water              part of the day.
          remains in the tank so it can flush            4. Water your lawn only when it needs it
          properly.                                         A good way to see if your lawn needs
  6.      For new installations, consider buying            watering is to step on the grass. If it springs
          "low flush" toilets, which use 1 to 2             back up when you move, it doesn't need
          gallons per flush instead of the usual            water. If it stays flat, the lawn is ready for
          usual three to five gallons.                      watering. Letting the grass grow taller (to
  7.      Insulate       your      water        pipes.      3") will also promote water retention in the
          It's easy and inexpensive to insulate your        soil. Most lawns only need about 1" of water
          water pipes with pre-slit foam pipe               each week. During dry spells, you can stop
          insulation. You'll get hot water faster           watering altogether and the lawn will go
          plus avoid wasting water while it heats           brown and dormant. Once cooler weather
          up.                                               arrives, the morning dew and rainfall will
  8.      Turn off the water after you wet your             bring the lawn back to its usual vigor. This
          toothbrush. There is no need to keep the          may result in a brown summer lawn, but it
          water running while brushing your teeth.          saves a lot of water.
August 2010                LAKE LURE NEWS & VIEWS                                                     Page 5


   5. Deep-soak your lawn. When watering the           inflatables. First of all, NO STRUCTURE shall be
       lawn, do it long enough for the moisture to     placed in the water more than 30 feet or one third
       soak down to the roots where it will do the     the distance to the opposite shore, whichever is less.
       most good. A light sprinkling can evaporate     Second, NO STRUCTURE shall be located closer
       quickly and tends to encourage shallow root     than 15 feet to any side lot line, as projected into the
       systems. Put an empty tuna can on your          lake. Floating platforms are lake structures by
       lawn - when it's full, you've watered about     definition so they must comply with the Lake
       the right amount.                               Structure Regulations.        All floating platforms
   6. Don't run the hose while washing your car        (temporary and permanent inflatables included)
       Clean the car using a pail of soapy water.      must have some type of identification on them
       Use the hose only for rinsing - this simple     showing the owner’s name, address, and local
       practice can save as much as 150 gallons        telephone. Permanent floating platforms (solid
       when washing a car. Use a spray nozzle          surfaced or inflatable) must have reflectors affixed
       when rinsing for more efficient use of water.   since they remain in the lake at night. Temporary
   7. Use a broom, not a hose, to clean driveways      inflatables are only allowed on the lake during
       and sidewalks. Check for leaks in pipes,        daylight hours and must be removed from the lake
       hoses, faucets and couplings. Leaks outside     when not in use. Temporary inflatables can be no
       the house may not seem as bad since they're     larger than 80 square feet or 10 feet in diameter or
       not as visible. But they can be just as         they will be considered to be permanent structures
       wasteful as leaks indoors. Check frequently     and shall require a lake structure permit or must be
       to keep them drip-free. Use hose washers at     removed from the lake. All floating structures must
       spigots and hose connections to eliminate       be kept in good repair or removed from the lake.
       leaks.                                          Due to the increase in floating structures, we will be
   Water conservation comes naturally when             closely monitoring these for activity, size,
   everyone in the family is aware of its              reflectors, distance into the water, and identification
   importance, and parents take the time to teach      and will be issuing Notices of Violations in cases of
   children some of the simple water-saving            non-compliance. We want everyone to enjoy the
   methods around the home which can make a big        lake, but safety is our highest priority, and these
   difference.                                         rules are in place for the safety of everyone. Please
                                                       pay attention to your structures.
             LAKE OPERATIONS                           Lastly, Dean wants to remind the folks who like to
   by Clint Calhoun, Environ. Mgmt. Officer            go boating before 7am, that the No-Wake rule is
                                                       from 9pm to 7am. This means idle speed only. So
       Just a few informational tidbits from Lake      if you are out there breaking wake between those
Operations this month. A boating safety course is      hours, you might want to reconsider because you
being given by Jim Boxerman of the Lake Lure           never know who might be patrolling the lake
Coast Guard Auxiliary. The course is scheduled for     between 9pm and 7am.
Thursday, August 12th from 9am to 5pm at the                   We hope everyone keeps it safe out there. If
Rumbling Bald Resort fire station. The cost for        you need to reach us regarding a lake or
materials is $25. If two members of the same           environmental issue, please contact Dean Givens at
family want to take the course, the cost is $35 for    (828)625-9318 or loa@townoflakelure.com or Clint
both. This course is required for anyone under 26      Calhoun at (828)625-9983 ext. 123 or
that wants to operate a boat with a 10 horsepower      eco@townoflakelure.com.
engine or larger. If you are interested, call Jim
Boxerman at (828)779-2670.                                      NEWS AROUND LAKE LURE
       We would also like to give a reminder
regarding floating platforms. We are seeing a fair     The deadline for newsletter articles to be received
number of floating platforms on the lake this year,    at Town Hall for the September issue is August 18,
many that are considered to be temporary               2010.
August 2010                 LAKE LURE NEWS & VIEWS                                                  Page 6


        Rubber Duck Race set for August 21st                   PLUS: Rumbling Bald Resort (9am –
behind the Lake Lure Town Hall. The American           Noon): Kayak sprints, swim sprints, tennis doubles
Red Cross is sponsoring its first Rubber Duck          tournament, open water swim
Regatta fundraiser. Games and festivities will start   Lake Lure Town Beach and Park (11am – 3pm): Jr.
at 11 am which include face painting, water balloon    Olympiad,
toss, a free blood pressure clinic and blood drive.    Inflatable Playground, KidSenses Planetarium, Face
The rubber duck race will follow at 2 pm. Ducks        Painting, Dragon Boat Racing, Kids’ Fun Zone,
can be adopted for $5 and the winner will receive      Medals Ceremony at 4pm, Volleyball Tournament
the grand prize of $500. There will also be runner     on the Beach at 9am
up prizes for the first 25 ducks.
        Adopt your ducks at RBC locations, Hill’s              Sun. August 29: Race to the Rock, 7:30am
Hardware,      Scoggin’s,      Medicine  Box      in   The grueling 7K bike race and the equally difficult
Rutherfordton, Big Dave’s, Greenhill Store, Lake       5K run both grind uphill at a 7% grade and finish
Lure Salon & Spa and at the Chapter House of the       just below the 315-foot tall Chimney Rock. The
Red Cross on Oakland Road in Forest City. For          view at the finish line is astounding and this is the
more information including other local possible        ONLY TIME you can run or bike up to Chimney
duck adoption locations call 828-287-5916.             Rock.
                                                               For more info on all the family fun
        The 6th Annual Hickory Nut Gorge               happening during Olympiad weekend, call 828-429-
Olympiad will be held August 26th – August 29th.       9011 or visit www.HickoryNutOlympiad.com.
Rumbling Bald is hosting this event that you won’t     Special thanks to our presenting sponsors -
want to miss. This year’s featured beneficiary will    Rumbling Bald Resort and Pinnacle Sotheby's
be Lake Lure Classical Academy. Proceeds will be       International Realty.
used to help with the purchase of playground and
athletic equipment.                                            A Boating Safety Course will be held
                                                       Thursday, Aug 12th from 9 am till 5 pm at the fire
Schedule of events:                                    station at Rumbling Bald Resort. The cost to cover
                                                       materials is $25. If two members from the same
      Thurs. August 26: Golf Tournament, 8am           family want to take the course, the cost is $35 for
Hosted by the Lake Lure Lions Club at Rumbling         the two. You will receive a certification card, which
Bald Resort.                                           does not expire, upon completion and passing the
                                                       course. Anyone under the age of 26 who wants to
       Friday August 27: 10K DAM Run, 7pm              operate a boat with a 10hp motor or larger is
This challenging course begins at Ingles on Rt 9,      required to complete this course.
heads east, crosses the dam and finishes on the                For more information, or to sign up for this
beach at Rumbling Bald Resort before a crowd of        class, call Jim Boxerman at 828-779-2670.
cheering spectators.
       PLUS: Rumbling Bald Resort (5:30-10pm):                 Dirty Dancing Festival – Community
BBQ on the Beach, Ski Show, 1-mile Family Fun          Meeting - Want to know more about the Dirty
Run, Free Ice Cream Sundaes, Opening Ceremonies        Dancing Festival at Lake Lure taking place
with the lighting of the Torch, Shag Dance and         September 17-18? Then come to the Dirty Dancing
FIREWORKS!                                             Festival community meeting Wednesday, August
                                                       4th at 6pm at The Old Rock Cafe in Chimney Rock.
        Saturday August 28: Lake Lure Sprint            Learn more about the event, its large anticipated
Triathlon, 8am, Rumbling Bald Resort - This is         tourism draw, its potential for a strong positive
without a doubt the most scenic triathlon on the Set   effect on our area and businesses, and how you can
Up Events calendar. 500M Lake Swim / 16.9 Mile         get involved. Please come and bring your
Bike / 5K Run                                          questions!     In particular, the meeting will
                                                       discuss the logistics-planning for the event. We
August 2010                 LAKE LURE NEWS & VIEWS                                                          Page 7


want everyone to be enthusiastic about the Dirty        Brown Thornton at 828-625-8693 for an application
Dancing Festival and being informed will make the       or any questions.
weekend more fun and successful for everyone. In
the meantime, for tickets, event information and              Check out the free Mountain Breeze
other details, please visit our website                 newspaper, news of the greater Lake Lure area, at
www.DirtyDancingFestival.com.                           www.mountainbreezenews.com. We are in our 22nd
                                                        year
        The "Dirty Dancing Festival at Lake
Lure" is scheduled for September 17-18. The                     Senior Gorgers – Shepherd’s Care Senior
"Dirty Dancing Festival" GALA is on the evening         Program is for adults over 50 who live in the
of Saturday, Sept. 18th after the Friday night film     Hickory Nut Gorge Community. This program is to
screening, afternoon dance and music festival. You      enhance and promote togetherness in our
can learn more about the festival events by visiting    community. We are not trained to accommodate
www.dirtydancingfestival.com       or calling the       people who are not mobile, however; individuals
Hickory Nut Gorge Chamber of Commerce at 828-           with disabilities are welcomed to come with their
625-2725. The festival will benefit Hospice of          caregivers. Programs will vary from week to week.
Rutherford County, the Isothermal Foundation            It’s held every Friday at the Town Municipal Center
Performing Arts Center and the Lake Lure Youth          from 10 am to 2 pm.
Center.                                                         Free light lunch is provided to all
                                                        participants with a menu change each week.
       Lake Lure Newcomers Club invites new             BINGO is provided by Nancy McNary and is
residents of Lake Lure (24 months or less), zip code    played after lunch most Fridays.
28746, to join with them in many activities in and              Park Ridge Health and Rutherford Hospital
around the area. If you are interested in joining and   Inc. are supporters of this program and help provide
becoming a member, call Nancy at 625-9670 or            the weekly speakers.
Karen at 625-4000.
                                                                Park & Ride! – There is now a shuttle bus
        Free online newspaper for Lake Lure,            in Lake Lure and Chimney Rock Village. The
Chimney Rock and Rutherford County. Find local          Rutherford County Transit Authority has
history, comprehensive calendar, groups, preserving     established a local shuttle service that will run from
the Gorge, fun things to do in the Gorge and local      spring to fall. It runs from Chimney Rock Village to
authors. http://www.hickorynutgorgenews.com             the Rumbling Bald Resort, with stops at:

        Lake Lure Lakefront Owners Association                             Rumbling Bald main entrance
(LLLOA). If you are a Lake Lure Lakefront Owner                            Apple Valley Clubhouse
and do not belong to the LLLOA, we encourage you                           Mountains Branch Library
to join us to stay informed about lake issues.                             LL Municipal Golf Club
Associate memberships are welcome. Each year                               Ingles
members receive a membership booklet,
                                                                           Lake Lure Beach
informative Muse Letters, and a first class mailed
                                                                           HNG Visitor Center
subscription to the Town of Lake Lure monthly
newsletter, Lake Lure news and Views. Members                              Chimney Rock Village & Park
hold a social and business meeting annually at the              Riders may request pickups or drop-offs at
Town Community Center. Annual dues are                  other locations along the route. Schedules are
currently $25.00. You may pick up an application        posted at each bus stop location. Fares are $1 per
for membership at the Municipal Center or via the       ride, $3 for a day pass or $32 monthly.
website www.townoflakelure.com under Lake
                                                        Complaints concerning the operation of tour boats on Lake
Management. You may also call LLLOA President           Lure may call 828-625-1373.

				
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