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Mike Hartling will not renew his lease on the Eagles Nest restaurant when it expires at the end of January, according to the Lake Monticello Owners’ Association.

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Lake Monticello Police Chief Thomas BoisvertLake Monticello Owners Association meetings have taken on a different flair under Valerie Palamountain’s leadership.

Palamountain now has each department head reporting to the Board at the monthly meeting and that includes crime statistics from Lake Police Chief Thomas Boisvert.
“I introduced it – asking police, maintenance, and finance to make the reports,” Palamountain said. “(General Manager) CatherIne  Neelley will give reports on the big things. It makes for a more open board.”

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Tom Braithwaite, vice president of the Lake Monticello Water Activities Association, welcomed water safety volunteers to an ice cream social.The Lake Monticello Water Activities Association held an ice cream social on Sunday (Oct. 7) thanking the volunteers who served the Lake’s Water Safety Patrol this year. Welcoming them were the elected officers of the association and Lake Monticello Chief of Police Tom Boisvert.

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LMOA boardValerie Palamountain is the new president of the Lake Monticello Owners’ Association board of directors.
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Candidates Page Gifford, Dick Cummings and Charles Harrelson stood at the meeting where election results were announced. Charles Harrelson and Dick Cummings were elected as directors of the Lake Monticello Owners’ Association, the LMOA announced Saturday (June 30).

The LMOA oversees the huge Lake Monticello subdivision in Fluvanna County.

Harrelson, a retired businessman, garnered 811 votes. Cummings, a retired CPA, got 810 votes. Page Gifford, a freelance writer and community volunteer, received 430 votes.

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