Does anyone know what that large structure is by the Middle School, just before Sun City? Possibly a water tower? Just curious..
New Pod signs are to be installed in front of Pod entrances by the end of July.
Top 5 at a Glance 1. THE LAST PATRIOT, by Brad Thor 2. FEARLESS FOURTEEN, by Janet Evanovich 3. SAIL, by James Patterson and Howard Roughan 4. TAILSPIN, by Catherine Coulter 5. THE STORY OF EDGAR SAWTELLE, by David Wroblewski … Continue reading →
A Memorial to Cyclists Two bicycles, painted all white, have been installed recently on the shoulder of U.S. 521 in northern Lancaster County at the site of a fatal cycling accident in October. Our thoughts and prayers to their families. … Continue reading →
“Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” is coming to Charlotte in a few weeks, surprising a family on July 28th with a total home makeover. You could be on TV saying “Move that bus!” Stay tuned for updates.
We had a reverse osmosis system installed when we first moved in. Our refrigerator filter system scored great when we had it tested by a professional. We needed pure water for cooking, etc. which is why we had the ro … Continue reading →
“Water Officials say supply is safe to drink”. As quoted by the Fort Mill Times, officials at the Lancaster Water and Sewer District assure its residents that despite the high levels of trihalomethanes (occur as a byproduct of chlorine interacting … Continue reading →
I recently heard from a new Charlotte resident (transferred from London) that the gas prices here are a bargain compared to those in London. According to my source, in US dollars, gas prices there equate to about $8-$9 per gallon! I … Continue reading →
Fort Mill Times reports that the Del Webb Library could have a delayed opening for a month or two due to lack of funding! The grant was to be used for the furnishings. They are looking into other ways to come … Continue reading →
All homes in SCCL have programmable thermostats. When making AC adjustments “Buzz” recommends that you don’t vary temperatures more than 2 degrees at a time. Going from 78 degrees to 70 degrees will be less efficient than maintaining a constant temperature. … Continue reading →