117 Long Swamp Drive in Bent Tree just hit the market with an asking price of $204,900. Click here to link to the listing information.
BTCI’s Annual Membership Meeting will be held tomorrow (October 14, 2018) at 2:00 p.m. in the Club Tamarack Recreation Room. The other meetings held throughout the year are meetings of the Board of Directors. This one is an official meeting of the membership.
The article shown below is from a quarter-century ago, and is a summary of the October 10, 1993 Annual Membership Meeting. That year, the members’ meeting lasted an hour and ten minutes.
This spike buck passed by yesterday morning, before the sun was fully up, and stopped long enough for me to snap a picture.
A new sign:
Today marks the one year anniversary of Bent Tree’s current General Manager’s first day on the job. Click here for a related post from last year.
Also, the second of two Budget (for 2019) Planning Open Forums is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. this evening, in the Club Tamarack Recreation Room (downstairs).
Can you find the hawk in the photo below? If you need help finding it, click here.
“Beautiful Mountain Cabin on 3 combined lots with plenty of privacy and fantastic views of the mountains.”
Click here to link to the listing information for 47 Sharp Top Court in Bent Tree. The cabin hit the market last week with an asking price of $179,900. Click the listing photo below to link to a Virtual Tour.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division is inviting citizens to review and provide comments on the Draft Strategic Management Plan for Black Bears in Georgia (2018–2027). See the schedule below for Public Meeting dates and locations, as well as instructions on submitting input if you are unable to attend a meeting.
Click the image at left to view a pdf version of the draft plan. The document contains a lot of interesting data.
Many thanks to the Bent Tree homeowner who let me post a couple of his bear photographs. He takes the most amazing black bear photos. The big bear (really, really big) ate acorns in the homeowner’s yard for over an hour on Monday, and the cub passed through on Tuesday, along with a sow and three other cubs. Click on the photos to zoom.