Saturday, October 20, 2018

Please call or go online and report tonight's IPL power outage!

FELLOW RESIDENTS -- PLEASE CALL IPL OR GO ONLINE AND REPORT OUR CURRENT POWER OUTAGE ASAP!

If you're home and checking email or Facebook by cell phone you no doubt are sitting in the dark wondering when the power will come back on after today's wind storms. So is the rest of the neighborhood.

You can help speed up the restoration process by reporting our neighborhood outage to IPL:
As of 10:30 p.m. Oct. 20, only six (6) Eagle Nest properties have reported a power outage, according to IPL's website -- and yet we know our entire neighborhood is dark after nearly five hours.

Please help -- go online or call IPL now. The more homes that report, the larger the number of complaints are registered and the more attention we'll get.

Thank you for your assistance.

The Eagle Nest Board

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Colts Watch Party - Sunday, Oct. 14, 1 p.m.

  Calling all Colts' fans!!  Andrew Luck is back, and the Colts are going to start their turnaround this Sunday at the Eagle Nest clubhouse.  We play the New York Jets at 1 p.m., and the positive energy from Eagle Nest will be just what the Colts need.
   ENPOA will provide sub sandwiches, chips, and lemonade.  We ask residents to bring a side dish or a dessert.  This is a family friendly event, so bring the kids in their Colts gear.
  Enjoy our wonderful clubhouse, and connect with your neighbors.  Even if you can't stay for the whole game, come by to see your neighbors.


Friday, September 28, 2018

Crime Watch meeting 7 p.m. October 2

Fellow residents,

Do you know how to prevent yourself from getting caught in a harmful situation? When it comes to your personal safety, do you have a plan? We can help you find those answers at Eagle Nest’s final Crime Watch meeting of 2018 -- 7 p.m. October 2 at the Clubhouse. The featured speaker of Carolyn Goldenetz, our neighborhood’s Crime Watch coordinator.

The evening will cover situational awareness, risk reduction and self-protection layering. The meeting also will focus on OODA Loop training -- the decision cycle of observe, orient, decide and act, developed by a military strategist.

Empowering our Eagle Nest families with education on equipping and forming a plan of safety is the goal,” Carolyn said. “Come and learn how easy it is to take home a skill that just might save your life or that of someone you love.”

The meeting is free and open to all residents.

The Eagle Nest Board

Board sets remaining 2018 meeting dates

Fellow residents,

Your Board of Directors has set the dates and times of the remaining board meetings for 2018. The meetings are open to all residents and are a great way to meet your neighbors and hear the latest issues, concerns and exciting plans our neighborhood. Join us!

Following is the schedule (all meetings at the Clubhouse):
  • Tuesday, Oct. 30: 6:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday, Nov. 27, 6:30 p.m.
  • Monday, Dec. 17, 6:30 p.m.
The Board typically reserves the first 15 minutes for attending residents to share concerns, suggestions or offer feedback. If you have an issue or request that requires lengthy discussion, please contact Board President Scott Thien at scottthien@comcast.net so it can be added to the new business agenda. That way, we ensure adequate time is devoted to the issue and all visiting residents have a chance to be heard. Thank you!

The Eagle Nest Board

Friday, August 31, 2018

Labor Day holiday pushes Eagle Nest trash, recycling pickups to Wednesday

The following notice is from the Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW):

DPW would like to remind Marion County residents that curbside recycling, residential and heavy trash will operate on a slide schedule in observance of Labor Day.

Slide Schedule: Curbside recycling, residential and heavy trash routes will slide one day forward for the week of September 3 through 8.

That means Eagle Nest pickups are scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 5, instead of our usual Tuesday.

For more information or to report any trash related issues, please use RequestIndy online or the mobile application on your smart phone, visit www.indy.gov/dpw or call the Mayor’s Action Center at (317) 327-4622.

The Eagle Nest Board

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Revised Pool hours of operation announced for rest of 2018 swim season

Dear residents,

Now that summer is winding down, we're dialing back on our hours of operation at the Pool. We will only be open weekends and Labor Day. Please note the following revised hours:
  • Regular hours on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 3: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., with the first and last half hours reserved for adult swim.
  • Regular weekend hours Sept. 1-2, Sept. 7-8, Sept. 14-15. Hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturdays, and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sundays. The first half hour and last half hour of both days are reserved for adult swim.
It's worth pointing out that while most public and private pools traditionally close Labor Day, the Eagle Nest Pool will be open well into the second week of the September.

Thanks go out to Pool Manager Susan Anderson and her staff for extending our season and providing one of the great benefits of living in Eagle Nest!

The Eagle Nest Board

Suspicious silver vehicles at Pool underscore importance of calling 911

Dear residents,

A recent incident at the Pool serves as a good reminder that if you see something suspicious – say something. Call 911. Without hesitation. The reason: two men, suspicious vehicles, conflicting stories.

According to witnesses, on Friday afternoon, a man in his 20s was parked in the Clubhouse lot for an extended period of time. A resident saw the vehicle and confronted the individual, who claimed to live in the neighborhood and that he was waiting for a friend. The man later was joined by a second man in a separate car, and after rustling in their trunks the two were seen casing the front of the Clubhouse.

The lifeguard staff called 911, and multiple IMPD officers quickly intercepted one of the men near Teel/82 St. The man told officers he used to live in the neighborhood -- different from what he told a resident earlier. No arrests were made, and more importantly, no one was hurt.

But the incident leaves much to be explained. Unfortunately, IMPD never circled back and contacted any of the witnesses or the Board for closure. That’s a disappointment – and a public disservice – the Board is pursuing. In the meantime, we’ll be requesting police drive-throughs and watching our security cameras.

We also ask residents to be on the lookout for a silver Saturn with Illinois plates, #Y993909. The other vehicle involved was a silver Taurus with a protective cover on the license plate. If you see either of these vehicles, please call 911 immediately and report them as suspicious. At least one of the vehicles has been spotted lurking in the Clubhouse lot several days beforehand, so the Board urges caution. This isn’t just a Pool incident – this could have happened on any street or cul-de-sac in our development. We ask all residents to please pass the word and alert your neighbors.
 
If you’re a resident who owns a silver Saturn with Illinois plates #Y993909 please contact any Board member. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have about the Clubhouse, parking rules, and residents’ desire to keep Eagle Nest a peaceful, trouble-free neighborhood.
 
Eagle Nest President