After close to 50 years Maureen Pizzulli is stepping down as the Business Manager for Fayson Lakes. Even though she is leaving the job she will still be around to lend a hand and her wisdom to the community….as she says, she is leaving the job but not the community! Maureen will be greatly missed!
Longtime Fayson Lakes resident, Cathy Luisi will be taking over the Business Manager position. The transition of the new Business Manager has begun. Cathy has starting working with Maureen to learn the ins and outs of the position or as Cathy says, “pick her brain”. There is a vast amount of knowledge to be transferred. Welcome Cathy!
Calling all KIDS and their parents!!!!
The January 2014 Fax Cover shot will be taken on Saturday November 16th at 8:45 a.m. SHARP!!!!! Please spread the word. For those who have never seen it, the kids lay in the sand & write out the year. This is our 5th year doing it.
Also while you are taking the kids for their cover shot please lend a hand for our Fall Earth Day! Many hands makes the clean- up of the community go so much faster! Weather looks great to prepare the areas for the long winter! Thank you!
Castor canadensis- aka ‘”The Beaver” has taken up residence on Fayson Lake Association property. Several association members had concerns about the impact the beavers have had around the lake at the last annual meeting. Their urgency in this matter has caused the FLA Board to look very seriously into this problem.
We have asked neighbors to wrap trees with chicken wire to prevent damage to their trees. It seems these efforts have not curtailed the amount of trees the beavers have felled. The damage to trees along South Lake has only increased. The beavers have even climbed over the chicken wire on wrapped trees to cut down trees above the wrapping.
We have scheduled a town meeting on November 21st at 7:30pm at the clubhouse to allow all residents the opportunity to share their opinions. The Board will provide all our information [pro and con] regarding the beaver habitat here in FL along with the destruction they have caused. We then can come to an informed decision as a community about the beavers.
Our annual Fall Earth Day cleaning of our common grounds is scheduled for November 16th from 9 am to 1 pm. Most volunteers arrive at Main beach Clubhouse and disperse from there. Others may find a place in need of cleaning and begin on their own.
As always many hands make light work – all ages are welcomed. If you can spare anytime please stop by the clubhouse between 9am & 1pm or start out on your own. Even 1 hour of your time can go a long way.
Some tools to consider bringing to Earth day are as follows
- Leaf blower
- Chain saw
- Wheel barrows
- Pick up truck
Hope to see you on the 16th