Crenshaw Hall is a premier pool community located in Wake Forest, North Carolina

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We are a tight-knit subdivision of single-family homes in Wake Forest, North Carolina. The Homeowners Association takes great pride in the community’s manicured common areas which include landscaped entrances, a large park with a gazebo, playground, and tennis court. The community pool and clubhouse are open to residents and their guests from May to September. Residents enjoy many social activities such as pool parties, holiday celebrations, and an annual 5K race throughout the year.

The neighborhood is conveniently located near shopping centers, highways, and Wake Forest’s unique historic downtown business district.

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Ailey Young Dam Removal Stream Restoration Project Public Meeting May 29

The Town of Wake Forest will host a public meeting on Tuesday, May 29, to gather public input on the Ailey Young Dam Removal and Stream Restoration Project. The meeting is scheduled from 4:30-7 p.m. at the Alston-Massenburg Center, 416 N. Taylor St.

The session will have an open house format, so area residents may drop by any time between 4:30 and 7 p.m. to ask questions and provide feedback.

In 2014, a structural inventory of bridges and dams within Town-owned parks identified the need for the Ailey Young Dam Removal and Stream Restoration Project. The initiative involves “Peggy’s Pond,” which is situated in the rear of Ailey Young Park, 800 E. Juniper Ave., adjacent to the existing basketball courts.

The Town purchased the property in 1981 and created Ailey Young Park several years later. In recent years, the pond dam outlet has experienced a significant failure resulting in major erosion, a drop in water levels and an adverse effect on aquatic life.

The initiative proposes the removal and replacement of the dam and pond with a stream restoration and two small wetlands for continued habitat. The project would revert the Unnamed Tributary to Dunn Creek back to its original pre-1953 condition prior to its use as a farm pond.

The stream restoration effort will also include an observation deck for wildlife viewing, native-non-invasive plantings and environmental education.

During the May 29 public meeting, design engineers and staff will be on hand to answer questions or concerns as well as inform citizens about the project.

Area residents may also offer their input online via the “Contact Us” form on the Town’s website at www.wakeforestnc.gov/contactus.aspx.

Wake Forest obtained 100 percent funding for this project in the amount of $693,105 from the NC Department of Justice Environmental Enhancement Grant, NC Department of Environmental Quality’s EPA 319(h) Grant, and the NC Department of Environmental Quality’s Water Resources Development Grant.

For more information, contact Assistant Town Engineer Holly Miller at hmiller@wakeforestnc.gov or at 919-435-9443.

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Focus Design set to begin work on Senior Center expansion

The Wake Forest Board of Commissioners awarded the contract for the expansion of the Northern Wake Senior Center to Focus Design Builders during its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, May 15.

The total cost of the project is $3.9 million, which will include the addition of exercise and multi-purpose rooms and the replacement of the roof.

The project was delayed in February after the Town received only four responses to the initial Request for Qualifications (RFQ). The Town re-advertised the project in March and nine general contractors submitted their qualifications. Ultimately, Focus Design Builders submitted the low bid.

Work is scheduled to begin in late May or early June. Focus Design has pledged to complete the work within nine months.

Tentative plans are underway for a groundbreaking ceremony in early to mid-June.

For more information, contact Inspections Director JJ Carr at 919-435-9519 or jcarr@wakeforestnc.gov.

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