CCGCE’s Annual Meeting & Election
November 16, 2017
Jacob Smith House
4500 Intelco Loop SE
COYOTES ARE BACK AT CCGCE!
VP Darrelyn Neusca reports, “In the last 12 hours there have been 3 sightings of a coyote(s) on Hogan and Sarazen. There has been at least one instance where the coyote stared down the person less than 25 feet away.” Thanks for the alert, Darrelyn!
Be careful when walking small pets in the neighborhood. They have been known to work in teams to take down a small animal by attacking its owner. Please contact us if you see any more in our community.
NEW MAX SPEED LIMIT: 20 MPH
This week Tom LaVack and Larry Dittloff will be installing the new Capitol City Golf Club Estates speed limit signs of 20 MPH.
Once all of the signs are up, the Association will forward a final agreement to the Sheriff’s Office for a signature, which will start the regular patrolling of the community for speeding violators.
Please watch and obey the new speed law, as limits will be strictly enforced.
The City of Lacey Announces its Intent to Annex Capitol City Golf Course Estates
The City of Lacey (City) held an open house on January 31, 2017 at Horizons Elementary School to present their plans to annex the Capitol City Golf Course Estates (CCGCE), The Capitol City Golf Course and the area west of CCGCE bounded by 62nd Ave SE, Sugar Maple Lane and 64th Ave SE. Approximately 200 people attended the meeting.
Are you planning to paint, repair or modify your home?
You’ll need an Architectural Approval (ACC) Form.
Do you want to speak to the Board? We (usually) meet the 3rd Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm. Please call (360) 455-4464 at the beginning of the month to schedule time to speak. When you leave a message with our CGCE’s voice mailbox, please leave your name, your lot number, and a brief message of your purpose for speaking to the board. If you have a problem, please consider sharing any ideas you have for a solution. A Trustee will get back to you to confirm the time and date. Please allow 24 to 48 hours for a response. Thank you!
About Capitol City Golf Club Estates
In 1977, the Thurston Development Company established the Association to provide community services and to oversee the enforcement of the protective covenants for the benefit of the property owners of Capitol City Golf Club Estates. Located near Olympia, Washington, our residential community adjoins a championship 18-hole golf course, with clubhouse. Close to shopping, schools, and transportation, it’s off Yelm Highway and College Avenue in unincorporated Thurston County, Washington, USA.