Robert Bennett President
Carl Gregg 1st Vice President
Marie Butler 2nd Vice President
Bill Fleckenstein Secretary
Helen Novella Treasurer
Sandie Gordon, Terrence Fenech, Ron Hutz & Mike James
Lake Fairways Homeowner’s Assoc.
Next HOA meeting is scheduled in October, unless there are issues that need to be addressed. The board will continue to meet with management throughout the summer. If you have any issues, please call a board member. Thanks
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ALL NEW LAKE FAIRWAYS HOME OWNERS
COME MEET OUR SUMMER WELCOME , HOSTESS KAREN,
LEARN ALL ABOUT YOUR NEW COMMUNITY.
Second and Fourth Tuesday of each month, 3 pm Clubhouse Lobby.
Please tell any on your friends who are renting , if they would like to attend an owners meeting, they may, but will not receive the gift packet.
Karen 357-4220 - summer months
Betty 543-3686 - during season
You will receive a gift packet with coupons valued over $100.00 to be used in Lake Fairways.
THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT HAS SHUT DOWN OUR POOL UNTIL THEY CAN FIX THE LADDER.
WE CAN NOT GET IT REPAIRED ANY SOONER THAT WHEN THEY COME TO DO THE RESURFACING ON 6/20/16.
THAT PROJECT WILL TAKE UP TO 3 WEEKS. SO IN THE MEANTIME, LAKE FAIRWAYS CAN USE PINE LAKES POOL.
LAKE FAIRWAYS HOA GENERAL MEETING
APRIL 26, 2016
PRESENT: Bob Bennett, Bill Fleckenstein, Terry Fenech, Mike James, Marie Butler
ABSENT: Carl Gregg, Ron Hutz, Sandie Gordon, Helen Novella
OLD BUSINESS: Thank you to Ron McManus for putting out and taking in the Veggie signs. May 7th will be the last day for (Roger) the Veggie Man. Coffee will continue for the summer months. We have received several volunteers to continue this program. Still looking for additional help in the fall. Sand Trap repairs ELS Asset Management and VP will visit in the next couple of weeks to review and put together the full scope for the project. Many cars are parked on the lawns throughout the park. Lake Fairways Manufactured Home Park Rules and Regulations per Prospectus page 22 section VII paragraph 4 reads: No street parking is permitted with the exception of Temporary guest.
Never park on the grass.
NEW BUSINESS: 360 degree inspection will be starting this week. There are a number of homes in need of yard work.
COMMENTS FROM THE ATTENDEES: Norm Madoian 32-L asked about the repairs to the Sand Trap. We just talked about that under old business.
Skip Gamsby 56-J when will the slough area be cleaned? At the last meeting of March 22nd we indicated that Lake Management will spray the growth and then Ameripride will come in and clean out the dead debris. ELS will budget for a complete dredging project in early 2017. Skip also asked why doesn’t Ameripride trim around bushes and trees. You need to contact Lucy our Concierge and have your concerns listed. Most of the time they only trim around the lake areas. Skip also asked what is considered the working order of the mail box light. It should be able to come on at dusk and go off at dawn. Jack Martin 16-A said that ELS will no longer provide the lens covers for the mail box lights free of charge. The HOA Board will talk with them in order to purchase several lens or ask where they buy them and look into having several on hand. Chris Blanchard 4-P said she would like to provide some good news about the Board Members Bill and Freda (acting in Bob’s behalf). She witnessed them checking out the Pool/Hot Tub area damage concerns. Thank You. Russ Robertson 9-0 was concerned about the 360 degree inspection that the list date was really the date they inspected. The board will take this up with the Park Manager. Walter Collins 57-G asked about boats coming up the Lake by the Maintenance Area. The cable that is there is being lifted up and the boats are coming into our Park to fish. Is this legal and what can be done to prevent this happening in the future? The board will ask the park manager about what we can or can’t do to stop boaters from entering into our park.
50/50 was conducted
Motion was made to adjourn at 7:45PM
Submitted by Bill Fleckenstein, Secretary
THE HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION
Lake Fairways Homeowners Association by Bob Bennett
BJ WHOLESALE CLUB MEMBERSHIP
If you are a member of the HOA, BJ Wholesale club memberships are $30 through the HOA. Call me at 543-7129 for a permission slip. If you currently on a HOA membership, you can now renew.
July / August Letter
The summer months are coming into full swing, and with it comes the rainy
season. Check your surroundings to make certain all objects that can be
blown away by a storm are properly secured. Your palm trees should be
trimmed. Additionally, hanging palm fronds can cause damage in the high
winds, so have them pruned.
The Board would like to thank Karen Pratt, who has volunteered to be our
coordinator for Saturday coffee. We would also like to thanks all the
residents who have stepped up to help her.
We are still looking for someone to oversee our copy machine. If you are
interested, please contact any Board member.
The two major projects expected to be worked on in July are the Sandtrap
upgrades and cul-de-sac paving. Check the Lake Fairways website
(www.lakefairwayshoa.com) for updates on the progress.
We have seen some nice upgrades in May and June: the shrubs along the
perimeter road have been filled in with new plants; work has been started on
the bridges on the golf course; the leak in the laundry room has been fixed
and the room has been painted; and finally, the floor of the workout room is
scheduled to be replaced this summer.
We have noticed many vehicles parking on the lawns. Please do not park in
the grassy areas. Water lines have been broken due to this problem.
Speeding continues to be a big problem . It's not always the snowbirds who
speed, so remember to watch your speed and inform visitors and guests that
our speed limit is 15 mph.
Your Board will continue to meet with management throughout the summer
months. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact a Board
Have a safe summer. Stay cool and drink plenty of water.