Our duplex, units 3/4, the building has been razed (except for the 2 walls were are required to leave), the slab cut where a footer will be poured for the supporting wall, slab cut and all broken out around all water inlets where water and sewer is to be moved and all old concrete slabs and sidewalks broken up and removed.
We have changed where the utilities are to come in to the building from the west to east side. We are looking at boring and having all electric and TV cable lines from the main to the office building as well as to the individual buildings. This was not originally planned and will be a major job and expense but this may be the time to do it.
This is going to be a tough fishing report for me to write because trout fishing on Lake Taneycomo is pretty slow, except if you're fly fishing below the dam while the water is off. Then it's pretty good.
There has been no generation during the day except in the evenings when dam operators might run a little "fish water" -- about 30 megawatts or a half-unit for a few hours. But this amount varies. Weekends it seems they're not running any at all.
We are about to start a major project here at Lilleys' Landing. We have several duplexes with lofts that were here when we bought the resort in 1983. We are taking one almost completely down and rebuilding it, expanding the footprint and making it all one level, no stairs. It will still be a duplex, with 2- 2 bedroom units with full kitchens. It's units #3/4.
While fall colors are emerging on the Taneycomo lakefront, the generation pattern has stayed the same. The only variance has been how much water has been kicked on about 3 p.m. every day. That amount is somewhere between 65 and 150 megawatts or from just over one unit up to three full units. Then the water has been back off by dark or 7 p.m.