In reference to Deborah Jackson’s complaint about a lake on the Quail Valley Golf Course drying up … come see the end result.
There is one on the Par 3 (behind houses on Hampton Dr.). It has been dried up and neglected for years now. It is so overgrown it is impossible to see the houses on the other side of the golf course.
But, that is not the real problem. Last summer we has opossums in our back yard, rats and mice in our pools, and snakes all over. Then there are the ducks that land and swim in the pool … what a mess they make because there is no other water nearby for them.
So, yes, it does look horrible, and yes, our property values have gone down, but everyone we’ve contacted doesn’t care because it doesn’t affect them. Ours is already “an eye sore to those who live on it”, and has been for about three years.
Forget trying to sell with conditions like that 40 – 50 yards from our back door.
So, good luck with your attempt to remedy your problems. I hope your lake doesn’t become a wild life refuge as ours has become.