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THE HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION
BJ WHOLESALE CLUB MEMBERSHIP
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.
PHOTO DIRECTORY 2015
WE WILL BE DOING
A LAKE FAIRWAYS PHOTO DIRECTORY IN 2015.
THE DATES ARE SET FOR THE PHOTOGRAPHERS TO BE HERE ON
FEB 24 - 27,
MARCH 10 - 13
MARCH 24 - 27.
PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDERS.
Pine Lakes/Lake Fairways Maintenance Team received the
"2014 Maint. Team of the Year" award for Florida!!
FHOA General Meeting
Nov. 25, 2014 7:00pm
Pledge of Allegiance followed by thanks to Canadians for standing for the Pledge.
Directors present: Carl Gregg, Richard Hayes, Randy Peterson, Bob Bennett, Bill Fleckenstein, Dick Gable, Mimi Butler, George McHenry. Absent: Jim Johns.
Minutes were read by Richard Hayes; motion to approve, seconded, passed.
Treasurer’s report was given by Bob Bennett; motion to approve, seconded, passed.
Old Business: HOA election committee: Will Aubut, Helen Novella, and Kathy Hornback, chairperson. In January nominations will be taken from the floor.
Trash lawsuit is scheduled for Dec. 8th at 10:00am in room 4H of the Lee County Court House.
FGUA will install a new water tank on Dec. 2nd and water will be turned off from 8:00am to 5:00pm. Residents will be notified by FGUA on Nov. 28th.
Freda Bennett reported that the farmer’s market was a success and will continue every Saturday at 9:30am until May.
BJ’s program is ongoing. Contact Carl Gregg for information.
New Business :Thief was apprehended for the burglary on Tuckaway Court.
Taxes will be about the same as last year.
Carl Gregg expressed appreciation on behalf of all residents for the outstanding work done on the Veterans’ Memorial. Special recognition was given to Jon Stewart who designed the Memorial and to John Lambert who organized the project, as well as to everyone who worked on it.
Our park manager said that our maintenance crew was recognized by ELS as the best maintenance crew in Southwest Florida.
More and better security is being considered by Management.
The slough across from the Sand Trap has been cleaned and will be dug with a backhoe as soon as it dries.
Shuffleboard courts are almost finished.
Carp will be released in February.
The south perimeter fence will be worked on.
The tree at the pool has been cut down.
Clarification of rules to park near Pro Shop.
Mail box lights are the responsibility of the home owner. Parts can be purchased from ELS.
Following a 360 inspection of homes, letters were sent by Management to homes needing improvement.
Capital expenditures have been completed and a posting will follow.
Residents are encourage to join FMO. Carl Gregg emphasized that the HOA cannot make ELS do things. We can only strongly suggest.
f a resident has an issue, he or she should contact a Board member.
From the Floor:Jack Dunmead, 49J, suggested that homeowners do not pay for the trash charge that will be on the January bill. However, Carl Gregg clarified that if not paid, there will be a late fee of $40 per month until the trash fee is paid. He also said that he would discuss the possibility of not paying the fee with our attorney.
Mr. Dunmead then suggested that we decline to pay half of the stocking fee for the carp.
John Lambert, 26N, talked about the lighting of the entrance at 6:30 on Thanksgiving.
He also urged people to slow down on the roads because a couple of people decorating the
boulevard almost got hit.
Bud Berger, 2H, requested volunteers to help decorate the inside of the clubhouse on Friday morning after Thanksgiving at 8:00am.
Motion to adjourn meeting, seconded, approved at 7:35pm.
Respectfully submitted,Richard Hayes, secretary