Lamplighter Village East HOA, Inc

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Lamplighter Village History

Lamplighter Village was developed in 1971 by Bill Allen Enterprises. It was established as a mobile home community to be governed by a Homeowner's Assoiation.

Who Are The Members?

Every lot owner in the community is a member of the Association. You may not be a member without owning a lot.

The Clubhouse

Did you know that residents of Lamplighter may use the Clubhouse for parties?

Call Tammy Aldridge for info on keys and the Agreement. Members may use the facilities for free (there is a $50 cleaning deposit that is returned when you are finished with the Clubhouse and it is cleaned).

Renters can use the Clubhouse for a non refundable charge of $50 plus a $50 cleaning deposit. It's a great place for a get together!

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Go Carts Have to Go!

Go carts can be lots of fun in the proper setting, but the proper setting does not include neighborhood roads! Go carts are not legal on state maintained roads. Go carts create numerous opportunities... more
Started: June 9th 2003Replies: 0

Off-Leash Dog Parks in Charlotte

Did you know that FidoCarolina is a non-profit organization that has been working hard to establish off-leash recreation areas for dogs here in Charlotte? Working closely with city & county government... more
Started: June 13th 2002Replies: 0

Barking / Nuisance Dogs

Has anything been distributed to the community recently regarding nuisance animals, especially barking dogs? I have to listen to the same 2-3 dogs barking just about every night from a house on Forest... more
Started: September 18th 2007Replies: 12

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Changes to Bankruptcy Law
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