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If you are a member of the HOA,  BJ Wholesale club memberships are $25 through the HOA. Call me at 543-6638 for a permission slip. If you currently on a HOA membership, you can now renew. Call with any questions


                                                      Carl Gregg                         President

                                                      Dick Gable                         1st Vice President    

                                                      Mimi Butler                       2nd Vice President       

                                                      Dick Hayes                         Secretary

                                                      Bob Bennett                      Treasurer


                                               Jim Johns,  Randy Peterson, & Bill Fleckenstein         

Lake Fairways Homeowner’s Assoc.
General Meeting
January 27, 2015

Page Updated 1/8/2015


The horticulture area by the driving range is open on Wed and Fri from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM for residents only.  Please deposit only horticulture waste; please do not place tires or other garbage at the site.   Waste Pro will still pick up horticulture at your home on Monday,but it must be in a receptacle, bagged or bundled.





FEB 24 - 27,

MARCH 10 - 13


MARCH 24 - 27.


Appointment will be scheduled on Saturday, January 24th at Saturday Coffee. 

See the community page for more information . 


At the request of your HOA, management has approved a fresh market for Lake Fairways. Starting Saturday, November 22nd,Lake Fairways will have a fresh market in our clubhouse parking lot. They will start selling fresh fruit and vegetables at 9:30 am until noon. This will be every Saturday, rain or shine until May. Cash or check, no credit cards..
Pine Lakes/Lake Fairways Maintenance Team received the
​ "2014 Maint. Team of the Year" award for Florida!!


Homeowners Association

by Carl Gregg

 The Holidays are about over. Hopefully, everyone had a very Merry Christmas. The Board of your HOA wishes you a Happy New Year.

A recap of what is happening in the Park: The fruit and vegetable stand on Saturday mornings from 9:30 to 12:00 has had great success. Keep it going! Strawberry season is just about here.

The hearing on the trash lawsuit went well. We asked ELS for documents that they didn’t want to give to us. The Judge ruled in our favor and ELS has 30 days to produce the documents.

The Christmas decorations inside the clubhouse, in the circle in front, and on the boulevard are beautiful. What a great job has been done by all. We thank those volunteers who made it all possible.

The dead pine trees continue to be taken out. This may create a new problem. When the trees come down, the little pesky beetles find another tree to kill. Keep an eye on the tree base. Piles of sawdust are an indication of infestation.

Horticulture is open from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm on Wednesdays and Fridays. It’s also open all other weekdays from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm. Please don’t leave your waste out; please take it down. Waste Pro does pick up horticulture on Mondays, usually early. Make sure it’s properly bundled, bagged, or in a container.

As always, if you have any comments or concerns, please contact a board member. We are now into full season…a time loaded with club activities, sport events, and entertainment right here at Lake Fairways. If you aren’t already, get involved and have a great time! One can never have too many friends to share life with.  

Lake Fairways Homeowner's Assoc. -- December 17, 2014

Meeting called to order at 7:00pm. Present: Carl Gregg, George McHenry, Randy Peterson, Mim Butler, Richard Hayes, Dick Gable; Absent: Bill Fleckenstein, Bob Bennett, Jim Johns. Pledge of Allegiance; Canadians were thanked for standing.

Minutes were read and corrected: ELS will have parts to purchase for the mailbox lights if we want them to. Motion to approve as corrected, seconded, passed.

Treasurer's report was given by Carl Gregg in the absence of Bob Bennett. Motion to accept, seconded, approved.

OLD BUSINESS: Those nominated to run for Director on the Board for the LFHOA are: Terry Fenich, Deb Tripp, Helen Novella, Dick Gable, Sandy Gordon. The notice of the annual meeting will be in "The Informer" and as required by law will be the official notification.

Pres. Carl Gregg reported on the progress of the lawsuit. He felt optimistic that the judge is open to hearing our side of the issue. The judge wants all documents containing the word "trash."

The Farmer's Market on Saturday mornings is a success. HOA is still sponsoring BJ's membership.

Horticulture: Wednesday and Friday hours are 7:00am to 3:00pm; other weekday hours are 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

NEW BUSINESS: Our meeting with Manager Julie Flake is scheduled for later this week and topics to be brought up are:  improve security  golf course  results of 360 inspections  Frank Young retirement  slough clean-up  repairs to fence on 7th hole and on perimeter  possibility of ATM in Park  tree removal  new stage curtain (ordered in August?)  club house roof repairs  question: will ELS install a new TV in club house when purchased?  Wi-Fi for club house  repair light on flagpole in front of club house  community shredder  speeding  property taxes will likely stay the same; call office if bill does not arrive in mail by Jan. 1st Carl Gregg thanked Men's Club for decorating the boulevard.

COMMENTS FROM THE FLOOR: George Schudel, 45G, : (1) Why is the water company charging $5.00 for paperwork? (2)only golf carts should be parking in front of pro shop, (3) Day of Caring -- had only 111 donors from LF and took in $2,820. The total for all parks involved was $16,000 which was donated to four charitable groups. Linda Lindquist, 54H, inquired about the resolution of the trash fee court case. Donna Schudel, 45G, inquired about the reason that the golf cart parade did not go through Meadow Brook. She was informed that arrangements have to be made ahead of time by the court captain. Donna Leech, 55D, reminded residents to call the gate when expecting a delivery. Otherwise, the delivery truck will not be admitted to the Park. Motion made, seconded and approved to adjourn at 7:30pm. Submitted by Richard Hayes, Secretar y


AARP will be presenting its Safe Drivers course in the clubhouse on Tuesday, February 6, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend. AARP members will pay $15; non-members will pay $20. Successful completion of this course often gives you a discount on auto insurance. Check with your agent. If you have any questions, please phone Tom at 731-6779.

AARP will be presenting its Safe Drivers course in the clubhouse on Tuesday, February 6, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend. 
AARP members will pay $15; non-members will pay $20.
​Successful completion of this course often gives you a discount on auto insurance. Check with your agent. If you have any questions, please phone Tom at 731-6779.