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Posted on: June 12, 2015

Little Elm identifies mosquito pool with WNV

A trapping and surveillance check has revealed a positive result for the presence of the West Nile Virus in a Little Elm mosquito pool, says Fire Chief Joe Florentino. Mosquito pool is the term used for a group of mosquitoes tested out of a single trap.

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Posted on: June 9, 2015

Little Elm residents and businesses may be eligible for FEMA help

Residents and businesses in Little Elm are now eligible for Individual Assistance as a result of a disaster declaration by the Texas Division of Emergency Management and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, says Assistant Town Manager Doug Peach.

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Posted on: June 5, 2015

Big Texas Paddlefest cancelled for 2015

While losses related to the encroaching lake levels and expanded shoreline in Little Elm have been largely confined to inundated yards, the temporary high water has also resulted in the cancellation of the Big Texas Paddlefest event.

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Posted on: May 24, 2015

Rising lake levels close Little Elm Park boat ramp

The continuing rise in the level of water in Lake Lewisville has prompted officials in Little Elm to close the boat ramp located in Little Elm Park today. The ramp will remain closed until officials deem it safe to reopen.

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Posted on: May 12, 2015

Contractors in Little Elm required to register

Homeowners needing substantial repairs to their residences should make contacting the Building Safety Office the first step in the process, says Dusty McAfee, the Town’s Community Services Manager. Contractors are required to register with the Town.

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Posted on: May 5, 2015

Town readies for annual mosquito season

A cooperative effort among several departments within the Town of Little Elm is designed to address the annual arrival of mosquito season, says Mike Green, Community Integrity Coordinator. Public education, trapping, testing and larvacides are included.

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Posted on: March 31, 2015

Resident bitten by rabid skunk

On March 30, a Little Elm resident was bitten by an undomesticated skunk, suffering a broken-skin wound, says Assistant Chief of Police Rodney Harrison. The resident’s identity is being withheld by request. The animal tested positive for rabies.

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