3 History Timberlake “the gem of the Piedmont” 70 acres of lake and golf courseDeveloped in the fall of 1926DevelopersThe Timberlake Corp.Edley Craighill, EngineerF. L. Showalter, ContractorThe Dam was designed for the 100-year floodThe Timberlake Corp. took bankruptcy in 1930The Peaksview Corp. bought the property in 1945The water system was given to CCUSA in 1970The Homeowners Assn. (HOA) was set up in 1986 and continued until 1990
16 Reconstruction of Timberlake An emergency meeting of the Board of Directors of the HOA was calledReconstruction Committee Charlie Falwell, ChairRestoration Fund Bud Colbert, ChairLicensing and Permits George Shrader, ChairLand Assessments Shaeffer Oglesby
17 Rebuild DamHOA hired Hurt & Proffitt on July11,1995, to design the reconstruction of TimberlakeBid opening for Dam repairs - May 23, 1996Construction by Counts & Dobyns began on June 2, 1996Clay core material was found on adjoining property of Bobby MontgomeryHurricane Fran brought heavy rains half-way through the constructionDam completed November 1, 1996Refilling of Lake on February 17, 1997Easter Sunday 1997, after 40 days and 40 nights FULL LAKE water flowed thru the primary spillway
18 Creek thru Timberlake Lake Bed a Year Later 1996
38 Good Bye from Timberlake Presented byCharles (Charley) F. Hurt, P.E.Charles (Chuck) K. Hurt, P.E.The Headforemost Co.Consultant Engineers408 St. Andrews CircleLynchburg, VA 24503(434)Acknowledgements & ThanksCharles Falwell, Falwell Well Corp.The News & Daily AdvanceHurt & Proffitt, Inc.Designed by: Betty Anne Hurt
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