The auxiliary bathrooms at the SVL club house, situated to the west of the banquet room, were not designed to be used by campers. They were designed to be used by banquet room guests and by users of the pool. As designed, 24/7 camper access to those facilities would also unequivocally compromise the security of the entire club house building.
Members who are camping (and their guests) are not to use the SVL club house bathroom facilities.
Early in my professional career I was told by a mentor of mine, ‘bad news does not age well’. It is with that thought that I share bad news.
Yesterday, I was notified by the engineer who semi-annually inspects our dams required by Kansas laws that we may be getting a call from Division of Water Resources and the Kansas Water Office about the Main Lake Dam at Sugar Valley.
If you have been following the news stations in Kansas City, they have been reporting on a water...
This morning, (May 21, 2019), as our maintenance workers and I arrived to work at the Sugar Valley Lakes Club House, we were shocked to see several cracks, gaps and breaks in the swimming pool infrastructure. We are told that the deluge of recent rains resulted in water accumulating in the subsoil below the pool and it actually lifted up the pool as if it were a boat in shallow water that suddenly encountered deeper water. The south end of the pool is about 4 inch...
Association members and guests should become familiar with the information contained in the brochure that accompanies this notice.
Zebra Mussels are becoming a serious threat to our waters and the equipment, systems and boats that are part of our lakes system. Please join in the nationwide effort to contain, control and defeat this costly, invasive and unwelcome species of aquatic life