As a beautiful blanket of fluffy white snow covers Seven Lakes Monday afternoon, weather perfect for sledding is interrupting and delaying business around town and around the county.
The start of the Seven Lakes West Landowners Association [SLWLA] Work Session scheduled for 9:00 am on Tuesday has been delayed until 11:00 am, according to Community Manager Joan Frost. Any decision about further delay or postponement will be made Tuesday Morning, Frost told The Times
The Seven Lakes Landowners Association [SLLA] Board of Directors braved an inch or two of the white stuff to complete their scheduled Work Session this morning. But the SLLA Office closed early, at 2:00 pm, and plans for opening on Tuesday are up in the air. Residents are encouraged to call 673-4931 before coming to the office to conduct business on Tuesday, to make sure it is open.
Moore County Schools [MCS] were closed today, and tonight's Board of Education meeting has been postponed. A make-up day has not yet been scheduled for the Board meeting.
Tim Lussier, MCS Advisor for Community Relations, told The Times that MCS will use Saturday, January 15 as a make up day for the missed day of school, in order to avoid cutting into the five-day Spring Break scheduled for the last week in March. If wintry weather closes school on Tuesday, as well, a second Saturday session or a shorter Spring Break, could be possible. Updates are available on the MCS website.
Moore County's Administrative and other offices were also closed on Monday, with Tuesday's status uncertain as of mid-afternoon Monday. Updates are available on the county website.