327 Downed Trees, 6 Hours And 0 Injuries

327 Downed Trees, 6 Hours And 0 Injuries

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Sunday afternoon, January 14, 2024 the temperatures began to drop and the snow started to fall inside Hot Springs Village. Several inches of snow coupled with a bit of freezing rain contributed to some of the coldest temperatures in a couple of years. The prelude was a microburst storm Friday night, January 12, 2024,  which downed trees over roads in the Village. Especially hard hit was the Coronado Lake area.

Todd Noles and the rest of the Hot Springs Village Property Owners Association jumped into action in the early morning hours Saturday to clear the roads inside the Village of 327 trees in six hours. Another 60 trees were cleared from golf courses. No injuries!

Additionally, during the winter storm the POA spread nearly 80,000 pounds of sand and 18,000 pounds of ice melt. Miles of roads were scrapped as Villagers hunkered down to endure the first winter storm of 2024.

We here at HSV Inside Out extend a big shout out and sa-lute to all the POA employees who forfeited sleep and their own comfort to serve our community. Well done!

Randy Cantrell

KVRE, media sponsor to HSV Inside Out
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