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Lake Redwine Plantation is located in Newnan, GA. We are a community of 620 homes with many amenities. Lake Redwine is a 300 acre lake enjoyed by homeowners for fishing, swimming and boating. Lake Redwine also has tennis and pickle ball courts, 2 swimming pools, a play ground and a marina.


Sunday, December 8, 2019 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM

  1. Each person will need this ticket to enter—please bring it with you to all homes and to the party afterwards.

  2. Please, no children under 12 years of age.

  3. No smoking, eating or drinking in any of the homes on the tour.

  4. To manage congestion, please follow this guide:

    If your last name begins with “A-M”, please start at houses 1-3 If your last name begins with “N-Z”, please start at houses 3-5.

Please join us at 7:30 PM for a Cocktail, Appetizer & Dessert Party at the LRP Clubhouse!
All proceeds from this event will be donated to Backpack Buddies.

Every effort has been made to assure your comfort and safety; however, Lake Redwine Plantation and the participating homeowners DO NOT ASSUME LIABILITY FOR ANY ACCIDENTS that may occur on the tour.


Dredging Update – December 4, 2019

The dredging of Storm Drain #10 (Island Cove Drive) has been completed.

The dredging of the Bay Drive/Harbor View Cove downstream of the Pond Dam should be completed by Friday December 6.
Storm Drain #3 (Peninsula Drive) dredging should be completed tomorrow.

Dredging of the front of the lake commences Monday, December 9. All boats and irrigation pipes in this area should be removed. A boom will be installed in front of the island Monday. You will not be able to move your boats out once it goes up. Please contact Karen Federico ([email protected] or 770-253-2606) if you need a place to park your boat.

Dredging of the Pond should begin Wednesday, December 11.


Dredging is complete in the Indian Rock Cove except for a few areas which need to be probed.  Residents who have been contacted can return boats and irrigation lines as needed.

Dredging continues in the middle coves around Peninsula, Harbor View, Bay Drive, and Shoreline Circle.

Next week (Nov. 25 - Nov. 29) will be a short work week for the dredging crews due to the Thanksgiving Holiday.  They will be on-site Monday through Wednesday.

The final Georgia State permit has been approved. This is the last of the required permits and includes the front of the lake spoil sites.


DO NOT BLOW LEAVES INTO THE LAKE OR STREET!!  Whether you live on the lake or off, leaves blown in the street end up in the storm drains which flow to the lake.  A better option is to bag or burn the leaves.

TRASH IN LAKE - As the dredger churns up the silt from the bottom of the lake, a great deal of plastic is floating to the surface.  If you wondered where all the loose trash from our streets ends up, just look at the debris floating around the lake.  Please collect any trash you can reach and dispose of properly.



The dredging of Indian Rock will be completed this week. They will also finish up some spots around the mouth of West Shore Cove.  The dredging of the Middle Cove on the Peninsula side and and storm drains on the Leeward Court side will be continuing.  By the end of the week they should begin work on the  Harbor View/Bay Drive Cove, and the Storm Drain (SD-10) at the end of Cove Point.


The dredging of the West Shore Cove is now complete.  The area near the marina should be completed by November 14th.  Dredging is currently underway in the Indian Rock Cove and will take approximately a week to complete.  The contractor has brought in a second dredge which will begin dredging in the Peninsula Cove in the next few days.

The fourth Erosion Control Permit was approved this week. All the paperwork and surveys for the fifth (and final) permit have been submitted to the Georgia Environmental Protection Department.  We expect to receive approval in the next week or two.

There have been some questions regarding the silt deposit sites.  All the sites except for the front of the lake are utilizing geo-tubes for the storage of the silt.  The dredge pumps the silt directly from the lake to the tubes which retain the silt and allow the water to drain out.  Once the dredging is complete and the silt within the tubes has dried, the geo-tubes will be opened and the silt spread or removed.  Our goal is to leave the silt sites with minimal or zero aesthetic impact.

TO MAKE ONLINE PAYMENTS– Please click on the “CMA” tab located on the left-hand side of this screen.  If you have created an account in the past on the CMA website at, you will need to use your login credentials to log in and make a payment on the CMA website.  If you have not registered on the CMA website before, please click the “Register Account” selection on the CMA website.  This will allow you to create an account on the CMA website, which is where you will make all future payments.  If you are unsure if you have an account already or are having issues creating an account, please contact Karen Federico at [email protected] to request assistance.  Karen can help expedite these requests.  There is a feature on the website labeled “Need Login Help?”.  This will direct your request to a customer service agent. For a quicker response, please contact Karen Federico directly.  Thank you!