from the HOA President
The time is going
by quickly. March rolls into April and many of the snowbirds
will be leaving. Everyone needs to start making arrangements to
secure their southern homes and yards before they return to
their northern homes. Applying Roundup to your lawn only lasts
for one month. You can not imagine how quickly things grow
during the rainy season.
It has come to
our attention that people are visiting the pool bringing glass
items to the area and that the smokers are not going to the
designated smoking areas. Please do not bring glass items to the
pool. We ask that you please refrain from smoking in
the non-smoking areas. The smoking areas are clearly marked.
Our pool will now
be closed one half hour after dusk and will open at dawn. this
is per the Lee County Health Department. This has always been
posted at the pool.
We have a new
concierge, Fran at the clubhouse until the end of March.
Her hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9:00 am to 2:00
At this time we
do not know which cul de sacs will be paved. Management will
choose the areas they feel are in the most need for paving. We
will let you know as soon as the streets are announced.
The sliding walls
for the clubhouse are in the final approval stage. We sre
currently waiting for a date when they will be installed.
We have been
contacted by Lifetouch, the company that published our last
community photo directory in 2015. We are in need of someone to
work with Lifetouch on this project, please contact a board
Your HOA board is
here for you. If you have any concerns regarding our community,
please feel free to contact any board member.
THE NEW PERIMETER
FENCE IS COMPLETE.
HOA MEETING SCHEDULE 219-2020
7 p.m. Clubhouse
HOA GENERAL MEETING
ELECTIONS 8AM - 5PM
HOA GENERAL MEETING
HOA GENERAL MEETING
HOA GENERAL MEETING
FAIRWAYS GENERAL MEETING
AT 7:00 PM WITH THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Bob Bennett, Bill Fleckenstein, John Hunter,
Ron Hutz, Annette Graley, Helen Novella, Carl Gregg, Karen
Pratt, Ray Burrows
previous meeting were read and accepted.
report was read and accepted.
introduce our Park Manager Jeff Belle. He spoke about his
experience as Property Manager for 15 years. He was a
previous manager in the Fort Myers area. He indicated he
likes his job and always welcomes ideas from residents. He
will have an open-door policy if you need to talk about
things here at Lake Fairways. His will be located at the
Sales Office. Bob also introduced Irma from the Census
Bureau. She is looking for volunteers to help with the US
Census and they will be paying $15.50 per hour. See her
after the meeting if you are interested.
Bob then ask
Kevin McCabe and Mary Lou Quevedo to introduce the
Candidates running for the HOA Board. Before he introduced
the candidates, he ask if there was anyone else interested
in running for the Board. There was no reply of interest.
Kevin then introduced the Six Candidates to speak of their
intent to run for the three positions on the Lake Fairways
HOA Board. The six candidates are: Robert Bennett, Judy
Carson, George Files, Bill Fleckenstein, David Gielow, and
Jerry White. Bob then introduce Helen Novella to talk about
the FMO bills before legislation in Tallahassee. The two
bill Amendments are HB 1339 & SB 818 which are important to
us as homeowners. Please join the FMO. Applications are
available after the meeting. Cost is just $25.00.
talked about the Capex items chosen for this year:
Rebuild Patio and Deck at the Sales Office
Replace moveable walls in the Club House-note not
Roof replacement for the ATM Building
Pool Audio system
Replace seawall golf hole # 17
Paving of Cul de sacs
Rebuild Golf Course Bunker #10
When are they
going to do the 360 inspections? Should be ongoing. Will
talk to the Park Manager. Also, please ask whoever parks
their white truck in the front of the Club House to not park
there. They are blocking access to the Club House.
We need to have more employees working in the Sand Trap. Yes
we are talking to the Park Manager about that situation.
What was the outcome about installing an additional railing
for entrance/leaving the Pool Area? Still working on that at
the present time. More info to come as soon as we know.
Laundry Room floor is still in need of a very good cleaning.
Working with the new Manager on that situation and
washer/dryer as well.
Why not buy our own Washer and Dryer. That is ELS
project and we canít use that area.
Why canít we have a lost and found area located here in the
Club House? Please take all lost and found items up to the
What Cul de Sacís are they going to pave? No one knows just
yet. Management working to identify which are in the worst
PRATT talked about using the correct color papers
located in the laundry room when you want to sell/buy an
item. She also mentioned that when walking at night or early
morning please use a flashlight. Also, Golf Carts should
turn their lights on as well.
There will be
a Shredding Truck available on February 21, 2020 from 1-3 PM
to anyone in Lake Fairways and Pine Lakes. Suggested minimal
donation is $5.00. Large Bankerís Box $10.00. All proceeds
will go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Bennett talked about the upcoming Ladies 18 Hole Annual
Hole in One and Putting Contest to be held February 23, 2020
from Noon to 3 PM.
made to adjourn at 8:00 PM
WILL BE FEBRUARY 25, 2020 AT 7:00 PM
Bill Fleckenstein, Secretary
The Lake Fairways HOA Board
invites all residents
to our Community Coffee at
Every Saturday 8:00 AM Doors
open at 7:00 AM
50Ę will get you a donut and
a cup of coffee with free refills.
You will hear about
new Community Updates; Event ticket sales; meet new
Neighbors, and any bulletins
BJ WHOLESALE CLUB MEMBERSHIP
If you are a member of the HOA, BJ's Wholesale Club memberships
through the HOA. Contact Bob at 543-7129 or Helen at 464-9339 for a permission slip. If you currently on a HOA
membership, you can now renew.
15 MPH Speed Limit
on ALL roads in Lake Fairways
Watch Out For Seniors