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Fire Ban & Water Conservation PSA - Maggie Valley, NC

From the Town of Maggie Valley:

A reminder that the Haywood County Fire Ban is in effect and is being enforced. There are to be no open flames outdoors; not even a candle on a picnic table.

The lack of water continues to get worse. To follow is an excerpt from the 11/14/16 Board of Aldermen Meeting.

4) Mandatory Water Conservation Update: Neil Carpenter, Maggie Valley Sanitary District The Maggie Valley Sanitary District have made great efforts since the volunteer water conservation mandate was issued. The District collects water from Campbell Creek and Jonathan Creek. The District has only pulled water from Jonathan Creek since August 2016 due to the low water volume in Campbell Creek. The District has never seen drought conditions like this before. The longest the District has ever not pulled water from Campbell Creek is twenty (20) days.

The District has constructed a pump station to connect to provide water from Waynesville if needed. The problem is the water conservation efforts are county-wide. The Town of Waynesville's water reservoir is down five (5) feet. If the reservoir reaches six (6) feet then the Town of Waynesville will face mandatory water restrictions.

If Haywood County does not receive relief and get rain, Maggie Valley will be on mandatory water conservations and the District will limit water access if needed. The next step will be water restrictions.

Cataloochee Ski Resort is limited on the amount of water they have in reserves to make snow. Cataloochee Ski Resort is not on District water. District Manager Carpenter talked with the owner of Tony's Tube World about the water conservation efforts and Mr. Waddell agree to assist in the water conservation efforts and will not open Tony's Tube World until the water situation improves. Alderman Banks addressed District Manager Carpenter about the Maggie Valley Sanitary District (MVSD) not having an emergency number to report water leaks. Alderman Banks and a fellow neighbor in the Horseshoe Cove Development tried unsuccessfully to contact the Sanitary District to report a water leak on Creekside Drive. Manager Clark happened to drive through the area and was able to report the leak due to his contact numbers that are not available to the public. Alderman Banks had contacted Public Works Director Mike Mehaffey to report the leak so that he could make contract with someone at the MVSD. The District needs to address this issue immediately.

District Manager Carpenter will address the issue first thing in the morning. The MVSD does have someone on duty at the water department 24/7.

Alderman Eveland added that now that it is November and the tourist season is over and the summer residents have left the water consumption should slow considerable.

The MVSD treated 700,000 gallons of water, which is lowest amount of water treated in twelve (12) years.

Alderman Eveland, owner of the largest motel in Maggie Valley, questioned if motels would be going on restricted water use. Alderman Eveland went on to question providing water to Elevated Distillery when the business is ready to open.

No one knows what the future is and what Haywood County residents and business owners will be mandated to do before this drought is over and the water sources are replenished. The Distillery will not be opening until December or later.

Please conserve water and avoid all outdoor flames.

Mountain Views with a Backyard Waterfall!

Privacy is something a lot of buyers look for when purchasing a home. Having a private home here in our beautiful WNC mountains can often mean sacrificing a view. But with this home that is not the case at all!

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This magnificent log home sits on 3.3. acres of private land with long range mountain views

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This home is surrounded by nature with a beautiful natural waterfall & rushing stream that runs next to the property

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And if you think this property can't get any better, just take a look at the inside!

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This level access home has 3 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms (with an additional 2 half-baths) and features an open floor plan, with stunning views upon entry.

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Enjoy meals with a view at the granite breakfast bar in the kitchen or in the dining area that connects to porch

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The lower level offers an additional master bed & bath with a game room & wet bar for entertaining all ages!

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Enjoy the sounds of the water & take in the mountain views from the deck. It's hard not to relax here!

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Private, move-in ready, with views & a natural waterfall - This Maggie Valley home has it all!

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Haywood Happenings

It's heating up over here in the WNC mountains! Whether you're trying to find a way to cool off or itching to soak up all that summer sun, there's an even perfect for you here in our little corner of North Carolina. Here are some "Haywood Happenings" to keep you busy this week:

  • Jesus Christ Superstar at HART

    The classic rock opera, Jesus Christ Superstar has made it's way to Haywood County! Performances will be held at HART from now through the end of July. For tickets, show times, and more, visit: www.HartTheatre.org

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  • Smokin' in the Valley Barbecue Festival

    Head on down to the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds this Friday & Saturday (7/22-7/23) and taste some of North Carolina's best BBQ! Tickets are $6 a piece or $10 for a 2-day pass for adults ($1 for children) and get you 2 ounce samples of pork from each participant. Can you say YUM?? Cole slaw, baked beans and samples of local wines will also included with soda, water, and Budweiser products sold nearby. For the live music lineup, tickets, and more info, visit: www.WncBbqFestival.org

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  • Happy Wanderer's Hike to Devil's Courthouse

    Spend your Thursday morning waking up with a beautiful hike to the top of Devil's Courthouse on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The hike is short, only a 1 mile round trip, but a little strenuous for those who aren't used to hiking at 5500 feet above sea level. This is a free event, open to whoever wants to join! Meet at the Senior Resource Center in Waynesville on 7/21 at 6:30am to get your daily dose of nature!

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  • Folkmoot USA

    The Annual Folkmoot USA Festival starts this week! The 11-day long celebration has its official kick off Thursday, 7/21, at EagleNest Entertainment Center in Maggie Valley at 6pm with the Friends of Folkmoot Gala. It's a little pricey, with its cheapest option being 2 tickets for $150, but that includes international food & drinks, 10 group performances with over 200 dancers, and more! For tickets to the event & a calendar of all the events to follow, check out their website at: www.Folkmoot.org

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Great Family Home in Candler! $267,000

Just west of Asheville, in Candler, North Carolina, this family home is move-in ready!

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The beautiful kitchen features granite counter tops, brand new appliances, a sky light, & hardwood floors that cover most of the home

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Lower level multi-functional family room has fireplace, with bonus room, huge laundry & 1/2 bath- the perfect space for hosting guests!

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There is plenty of outdoor space for the kids & pets to play with a huge covered deck, cemented fenced dog kennel, & an elevated playhouse in back yard!

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Perfect for entertaining & spending time with the ones you love, this family home is waiting on you!

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Maggie Valley Home with View, Waterfall, & Creek!

You can NOT get much closer to living on the Blue Ridge Parkway than you can with this private Maggie Valley home!

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Private, corner lot with a rushing stream & picturesque waterfalls just outside Maggie Valley! Now only $250,000! wolflaurel4wolflaurel6

This Maggie Valley home offers a nice open floor plan, with an abundance of natural light, & vaulted ceilings.

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There are 2 bedrooms on the main floor, 1 above with a bathroom, & a loft/bonus room. 2 car garage in unfinished basement & storage.

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A beautiful partially covered deck where you can relax & listen to the river flow!

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This Maggie Valley home has it all! And now priced at only $250,000!

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7 Things to Do in WNC This 4th of July Weekend

Summer is a busy time here in the mountains of WNC, especially around holidays. With more visitors, there are more activities, but sometimes it's hard to decide which event is the best fit for you. Are you and your family visiting the mountains for the long 4th of July weekend? Do you live in the area, but don't have any Independence Day plans yet? We're here to help. Here are a few things to do in the area to keep you busy this weekend...

  • Haywood's Historic Farmers Market Come on down to the HART Theater parking lot (off Pigeon Street in Waynesville) and start off your weekend by checking out some local goods! This farmers market has been around since 2008 and offers a variety of vendors from butchers to florists. The market opens at 8am on Saturday, July 2nd and closes at noon. And don't worry if you can't make it to this one- they're open every Wednesday and Saturday at the same time through November.

  • 32nd Annual Freedom Arts & Craft Show Come out and see wonderful local crafters works of art including baskets, chainsaw bears, purses, paintings, and much more! The show will be at the Haywood County Fair Grounds and runs from 9am-4pm on both Saturday & Sunday (July 2 & 3). Admission and parking are free, so bring the whole family and have a fun day learning all about local mountain art! And who knows, you might even end up winning one of the hourly door prizes...
  • Good Company, Good Food, Good Wine Looking for a way to celebrate Independence Day without the hassle of cooking for everyone? Do you and your spouse want a night away from the kids? This event might be perfect for you... Bring old friends and make new ones at this "Communal Seating" dinner featuring Chef Sandra. All-inclusive 4 course meal and wine to celebrate 4th of July- Italian Style! The dinner will be held at Grandview Lodge Bed & Breakfast on Saturday, July 2nd at 6pm. Tickets are $45 per person
  • Balsam Range Concert WNC's very own award-winning bluegrass band, Balsam Range, will be performing as a part of the Lake Junaluska Independence Day Celebrations. The concert will be held at Stuart Theater on Saturday, July 2nd at 7:30pm, with tickets starting at $18 per person

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  • Lake Junaluska Singers Concert Head on back to Stuart Theater on Sunday, July 3rd for a concert put on by the Lake Junaluska Singers. Directed by Dr. Melodie Galloway, the Singers are a 16-voice professional ensemble, which serves as the Ambassador choir for the Southeastern Jurisdiction of the United Methodist Church and of the Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center. The show starts at 7:30pm with tickets starting at $18. If you can't make it Sunday night, the Singers will also be performing the following night, on July 4th at the same time & place.
  • Waynesville's Stars & Stripes Celebration Come celebrate the 4th of July in small town America, right here in WNC! The restaurants and shops will be open with live music and entertainment located throughout the district and courthouse lawn from 11am to 3pm on Monday, July 4th. The "Kids on Main" children's parade starts at the historic Haywood County Courthouse and proceeds down Main Street at 11:00 am. Parade registration begins at 10:00 am on the courthouse lawn. Then, the Haywood Community Band patriotic concert will be held on the courthouse lawn at 2:00pm. Great family fun for all ages!
  • FIREWORKS! The grand finale of the weekend will be a fireworks show over Lake Junaluska on Monday, July 4th. The show will begin at 9:30pm, immediately after the Lake Junaluska Singers concert. The fireworks will be visible from pretty much anywhere around the lake, which is open to the public, but there will be reserved seating at the Lake Junaluska pool.

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