Kroger Lake Bulkhead Project

Dear Homeowners,

The South Shore Harbour Municipal Utility District No. 7 previously determined that the lake behind the Kroger shopping center (known as Kroger Lake) has evident shoreline erosion. To help prevent the erosion, the MUD7 has approved a fiberglass bulkhead to be installed around the entire perimeter of the lake:

The project is currently in the early stages and the contractor has begun moving in their equipment and materials, with sheet piles being delivered next week. Over the next few weeks, the contractor will start driving the sheet piles beginning at the culverts under South Shore Boulevard.

We are asking residents to be patient with this project as it will last for at least three months- depending on primary factors that include the weather and material supplies. To make sure our homeowners are safe, we ask that you please stay clear of the worksite.

MUD7 is working to have the final plans posted on the MUD7 website soon which will include a brief description of the project. To get more information about the project, please visit www.sshmud7.org.

If you have any questions, please reach out to the Community Manager, Linda Kondziela at lkondziela@spectrumam.com.

The Lakes of South Shore Harbour

Board of Directors

Latest Tax News

The Board of Directors of South Shore Harbour MUD No. 7 is pleased to announce that for the year 2022, a $65,000 tax exemption in the assessed valuation of properties within the District owned by persons 65 years and older or disabled persons has been adopted.

To qualify for the age 65 or older local option exemption, the owner must be age 65 or older and live in the house. If the age 65 or older homeowner dies, the surviving spouse may continue to receive the local option exemption if the surviving spouse is age 55 or older at the time of death and lives in and owns the home and applies for the exemption.

A disabled person must meet the definition of disabled for the purpose of receiving disability insurance benefits under the Federal Old-Age, Survivors and Disability Insurance Act.

To apply for the 65 years and older or disabled exemption, please contact the appraisal district for more information.