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Lake View Estates nearly sold out

Lake View Estates, in the Lake Club, is currently 90 percent sold out. Only eight estate homes remain in the enclave, which began with 68.

Featuring spectacular lake views on estate-size lots, the homes in Lake View Estates are crafted by four of the region’s top builders: Anchor Builders, Arthur Rutenberg Homes, John Cannon Homes and Stock Signature Homes.

Anchor Builders has introduced its new St. Martin, available for move-in next spring. The home will have 3,095 square feet under air, three bedrooms, three baths, a study, a flex room, a three-car garage and an expansive pool area.

John Cannon Homes’ expansive Korina offers classic coastal style with a contemporary influence through the interior design by Kay Green Design. An abundance of natural light and vibrant accents of yellow, blues, greens and mixed metals shine throughout the home.

Stock Signature Homes offers the Clairborne II, which encompasses a generous 4,369 square feet of living space with four bedrooms, four full and one-half bathrooms, great room, dining room, study, and a split four-car garage.

The Lake Club, the most exclusive village in Lakewood Ranch, continues to inspire luxurious living with stunning homes by renowned builders and incomparable amenities.

The village overall has experienced much success so far in 2020, with more than 100 sales year-to-date.

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Freeport Mayor’s View: City seeks home improvements grant – News – Rockford Register Star

As we rapidly approach the end of the construction season, the City is quickly working to wrap up a variety of infrastructure projects. We had a busy year executing infrastructure projects and approving additional work that will be completed over the next year and a half.

In the past few months alone, the City completed the $3 million Float Avenue infrastructure project, repaved Sunset Drive, Hurd Street, Boggess Street, as well as portions of Ottawa Avenue and Winneshiek Street. Anyone who has driven over Locust Avenue between Lincoln Boulevard and Pleasant Street will appreciate the much-needed repairs that were conducted in the past week. We are also in the middle of milling the street and overlaying Highland Drive in its entirety and are planning on road repair on portions of South Demeter Drive before the weather, and leaf pickup season, prohibits us from further infrastructure improvement projects.

In addition to these water and sewer projects, the City also began utilizing our $2 million grant to replace lead service lines in the City. While all these projects can be an inconvenience to drivers attempting to navigate the construction zones, we appreciate the patience of the residents as this work is critical for upgrading our City’s infrastructure and improving our quality of life.

If you’ve driven along Burchard Avenue, you’ve no doubt noticed the long-term activity around the water tower, including a large drill. We are in the middle of drilling for our new water well #11. Once completed, this new well will allow us to draw water from the Mount Simon aquifer, which our testing has shown to have even higher quality water than provided by our other wells. Next year you’ll see construction on the water treatment plant that will be built adjacent to the well. Once operational, the well

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