FWC Neighborhood Garage Sale October 24th

Clean out your closets! De-clutter the drawers! Gut the garbage! Take advantage of the traffic generated by a neighborhood sale. Fairway Cove HOA will be posting online advertisements, providing security day-of-sale, and street signs.

The garage sale will be on Saturday, October 24, 2019, from 8 AM to 12 AM.

Participating residents should have everything cleaned up by 1 PM that day.


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FWC HOA Board Meeting – 9/23/20

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

6:30-8:00 pm

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FWC HOA Board Meeting July 22, 2020

Topic: FWC HOA Board Meeting
Time: Jul 22, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Orange County, Florida mayor Jerry L. Demings issued an executive order, effective June 20, 2020, requiring every person in Orange County to wear a facial covering while in any public place: bit.ly/2AO5ri1


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June 11, 2020

Hello FWC residents and friends,

As the President of the HOA, I am writing to thank you for what you have done to support our beautiful community, and to introduce you to the incoming HOA Board.

We have accomplished so much within the last two years. I am proud to be a resident of FWC and so pleased to have received your support.

There is still work to be done. Our annual meeting will take place on June 24, 2020. We will be introducing our dynamic new HOA Board.   Please remember to thank them when you see them out and about.

Joanne and myself will be retiring. Jason Ross  and Joyce  Holloway will be filling the vacancies.

We wish we could see all of you. Due to COVID-19, our next public meeting will take place via zoom. So ZOOM in and meet our new HOA Board.

It’s easy. The log on information for the zoom meeting is below.
*Please remember to mute your audio. We will only be limited to forty (40) minutes.

Thank you to all the volunteers for your time and efforts on the board over the last two years! Joanne Kostantinidis, Toni Sweeney, Michelle Richard, Jim Hays and  Kim Porteous.

Also, our ARB Committee are our unsung heroes!
Suzanne Mathews, Stina D’Uva & Waleed Manzoo (left a letter off of her name), have all been outstanding. I can’t thank you enough for your commitment.
Thank you!

A loud round of applause to John and Karen Redfield for paying for and managing our website and for Michelle Richard for our communication, distribution and managing the Next door App.

Check out www.myfairwaycove.com
and Nextdoor/Fairway Cove to stay connected.

We are experiencing unprecedented times that are challenging. So we need all of great residents in FWC to help each other. Please, always check in with your neighbors and to observe closely anything that is going on in the community and to alert others.  Thank you for what you have already done to help someone.  From dropping off Lysol wipes to food.  Thank you.

Last but certainly not least, Gratitude and Appreciation to Lou Kabiener for rescuing a neighbors dog from an electrical fire!! A true Neighborhood Hero!

Here are some other reminders to keep calm and stay safe:

The 2020 Hurricane Season is here. So please prepare now!
Hurricane season runs from June 1st until November 30th.

A tropical storm or hurricane can develop within hours threatening the area.  During these months, take extra special precautions.
Stay tuned to local weather updates
Several weather services offer e-mail and text notifications for severe weather like www.weather.com.
The following terms are used by weather forecasters
HURRICANE WATCH-A hurricane may strike our area within 48 hours.

HURRICANE WARNING-A hurricane may strike within 36 hours.

Please make sure that you send the board your cell to text you any alerts.

All residents are encouraged to develop a personal disaster preparedness plan before an emergency strikes.

The following internet links can aid you in further preparations:

EMERGENCY SUPPLY KIT Residents are urged to develop a disaster preparedness plan before emergency strikes. As part of your plan have an emergency supply kit ready. Be sure to have flashlight, battery operated radio, water and food supplies. A full list is available at:

INSURANCE Review your insurance policies to ensure you are fully covered. Inventory and take pictures of your apartment and valuables and store photos and documents in water proof container.

LOCAL PROTESTS/Riots/Road Closures
Again, during this difficult time please be aware of your surroundings.  Call ahead for early store closings or blocked streets.   Please continue watching out for your neighbors. Our diversity is what makes us so amazing. With faith, hope and love we will see a new normal.

Most importantly, if you see something, say something.  Call 911.

Please keep Social Distancing while walking in the neighborhood.  Please follow the CDC guidelines.
Check in on your neighbor even if it’s just a call that asks, “How are you doing?”   This is a very tough time for everyone.   A smiling face can make all the difference.

****Again Please make sure you send your cell phone and e-mail with an approval to use for neighborhood emergency or timely information. You can send by text to 407-435-7043 or helenlynch56@gmail.com.

It would be nice if all blocks in FWC can have captains for each street. So if you would like to volunteer, let me know.

I can’t stress enough that in today’s environment, which seems to be ever changing, how important it is for us to look out for each other.

A Big Congratulations to all of our recent Graduates ! Always remember your accomplishments. May all your dreams come true.

A big thank you to all of our essential workers ! We appreciate all that you do.
Also, I wish to thank many people who are doing wonderful things for neighbors and helping during this difficult time.

It’s time to sign off as your President for the last time. It has been a privilege to hold a position on the Fairway Cove HOA Board.

My thoughts are with each one of you to –
Stay Safe.
Stay Healthy.
Be watchful and helpful.
May God Bless Us All.


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Orange County: New rules regarding restaurants and small businesses

Although the state of Florida suggested restaurants use parking areas or public sidewalks to expand outdoor capacity, businesses in unincorporated Orange County are not allowed to do so, said Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings during a May 6 press conference.

The requirements for restaurants and retailers that are reopening after a month-long statewide shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic were revealed by Demings during a May 6 press conference.

Certain businesses were allowed to reopen on May 4 under a statewide executive order by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. But the guidelines limit indoor capacity to 25%, making outdoor seating and tents a solution to accommodate morecustomers.

In addition to the statewide order, businesses in unincorporated Orange County must follow these requirements:

Restaurants with pre-existing outdoor seating and those setting up new outdoor seating must use private property with at least 6 feet of separation between tables. They cannot use parking areas, public sidewalks or public right-of-ways.

Retailers and other businesses in multi-tenant centers need property owner permission to set up anything outside. If the businesses use private sidewalks, there must be a 4-foot path per the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Permits are not required to set up a tent if it’s smaller than 12 feet-by-12 feet. Tents cannot block sidewalks or be used in parking areas.

These rules differ from the guidelines the city of Orlando is considering for similar purposes. For example, businesses in Orlando would be able to set up tables in private parking lots and on sidewalks. Many of these measures will go in front of the Orlando City Council on May 11.

Halsey Beshears, secretary of the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, on May 1 said his agency recommends restaurants maximize their outdoor seating. That includes putting tables onto sidewalks and into parking lots as long as they’re working with their local jurisdictions to approve these changes, Beshears said during a meeting for the Orange County Guidelines For Reopening working group.

Demings said at the time that businesses could not do this without permitting approval, and his May 6 announcement reveals that stance has not changed.

The slowing number of coronavirus cases locally means the county will continue to move forward with a slow reopening of businesses, Demings said. There were 599 new cases in Florida on May 5, down from 1,200 new cases in the state on April 6, according to the Florida Department of Health.

“We have engaged in a measured approach to reopening. We continue to see those numbers decline. Only time will tell. If it appears those numbers start going back up, then we’ll have to make an adjustment.”

During its May 1 meeting, the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force gave the OK to several protective measures, as most of Florida begins to execute the first phase of reopening. These measures include social distancing, wearing face masks and recommending temperature checks for employees.

Florida has experienced 38,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 1,539 deaths as of May 6, according to the Florida Department of Health. That includes 1,460 cases and 36 related deaths in Orange County.

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Gov. DeSantis Issues Statewide Stay-at-Home Order

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a statewide stay-at-home order Wednesday (April 1) as federal and local pressure mounted for him to abandon the county-by-county approach he had implemented.

DeSantis told reporters that he is issuing the order after consulting with President Donald Trump and White House advisers, who have said that Americans need to stay home throughout April.

DeSantis’ move came hours after the U.S. surgeon general, Dr. Jerome Adams, said on NBC’s “Today” show that he would tell DeSantis that the federal guidelines for social distancing should be viewed as “a national stay-at-home order.”

The state’s confirmed cases are approaching 7,000 deaths have reached 86 and almost 900 are hospitalized with a university model cited this week at the White House showing an exponential growth in the coming weeks.

More than 30 other states had already issued such orders, including other large states such as California, New York, and Illinois. Those all acted more than a week ago.

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Orange County under two-week ‘stay at home’ mandate, starting Thursday night

Orange County under two-week ‘stay at home’ mandate, starting Thursday night

Posted By  on Tue, Mar 24, 2020 at 5:25 pm


Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings, Sheriff John Mina and Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer called a meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday to announce the county will be under a stay-at-home order for two weeks, to begin Thursday night at 11.

“Orange County now has at least 50 cases within our county,” said Demings. “On March 15, just one week ago we had just one case. It is an understatement that it is spreading throughout our community.”

The entire county will be asked to stay at home as much as possible except for “essential business.” Demings said he had a conversation with other Florida mayors, and spoke to leaders from hospitals to receive input.

“We believe this is the most effective way to deal with the coronavirus threat,” said Demings. “Our goal is to get our lives back to normal as soon as possible.”

Dyer noted that “every single mayor” in the county was in agreement with the decision.

There were hints of the announcement from the Tampa Bay Times earlier in the day, and some frustration with Gov. Ron DeSantis.

“It’s become clear the governor is not going to do a statewide order,” Dyer told the Times. “So we think that three of the leading most populous counties in Central Florida, we do know that some of the smaller countries tend to follow Pinellas, Hillsborough and Orange County’s lead. So by being the point of the spear it allows other smaller counties some cover to do what they need to do.”

The announcement comes on the same day as the International Olympic Committee announced the Tokyo Olympic games will be postponed unto 2021, and that the president of Harvard University, Lawrence Bacow and his wife Adele Fleet Bacow tested positive for the virus.

Gov. Ron DeSantis had been resisting growing calls for Florida to institute a similar lockdown statewide. DeSantis even pushed for restrictions on travelers from New York, saying their desire to escape a potential statewide lockdown there could bring hundreds of people with coronavirus to Florida.

“There’s over 190 direct flights from the New York City area to the state of Florida, and I would reckon given the outbreak there, that every single flight has somebody on it who is positive for COVID-19,” DeSantis said Monday. “We don’t have people coming from Wuhan, we don’t have people coming from Milan, yet you have a flood of people still coming from New York City.”

On Tuesday, DeSantis held a video press conference to explain the move, asking all nonessential businesses to move 50 percent of their workforce to telecommuting.

“There’s no way a nine-month shutdown would be sustainable,” he said.

State Senate Democrats flooded the governor’s office with letters on Tuesday, urging him to issue a shelter-in-place order.

“That is the dumbest shit I have heard in a long time,” said state Sen. Oscar Braynon (D-Miami Gardens), Politico reported. “This is a day-by-day crisis. Italy damn near saw 1,000 people die in one day, and there are people proclaiming we got this and have it solved in 15 days?”

Viral images on social media compare the relatively empty streets of tourist-dependent Paris to the spring breaker-packed Clearwater Beach in Florida.

Some Florida municipal leaders, like St. Pete Mayor Rick Kriseman, had already pledged to institute similar shelter-in-place orders on Monday, in the event state and federal authorities failed to issue their own.

The order is currently set to remain in effect until April 9.

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Important Information regarding COVID-19

Dear Fairway Cove Residents,

 The board, in consultation with the association manager and other business partners, has been planning for contingencies that may arise in the community as a result of the spread of COVID-19.  

Based on advice that has been circulated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the City of ORLANDO and The Florida Department of Health, we have detailed some possible scenarios and our current plans to deal with them. These plans are subject to change based on CDC guidance and advice from our professional partners.

Association Meetings and Events. The CDC has recommended against any gatherings of 10 or more people through the middle of May which may be extended. That’s why we are postponing community events and nonessential meetings and holding virtual meetings. There will not be a community yard sale in April. It’s also why we are offering residents the option to call in to board & association meetings remotely. Watch for details on the front bulletin board or meeting sign. 

Social distancing. Many experts also are urging people to practice “social distancing,” which is the idea of maintaining a roughly 6-foot distance between people. It also means limiting nonessential travel, avoiding public transportation when possible, working from home, and skipping social gatherings.

Vendors. The community may experience temporary shortages if employees get sick or need to remain at home. Move-ins and move-outs, open houses, construction work, social events, large deliveries, and maintenance may be curtailed until levels return to normal and the coronavirus pandemic is better controlled.

If you get sick.  Medical authorities are strongly urging all persons who exhibit symptoms to stay home and avoid public spaces unless you need urgent medical care. You also should separate yourself from other people and pets in your home (isolation). 

 If you need to need to visit a doctor or get tested for COVID-19, develop a plan before you go:

- Call ahead before visiting your doctor. 
- Wear a facemask if you are sick.
- Cover your coughs and sneezes.
- Clean your hands often.
- Avoid sharing household items, such as utensils, plates, 
glasses, and towels.
- Clean all “high-touch” surfaces, such as counters, tables, 
doorknobs, bathroom fixtures, phones, keyboards, and remotes. 

At the next board meeting, we will be discussing the handling of violations, architectural applications and the collection policy of HOA dues during these uncertain times.

This association will not and does not make any of the decisions mentioned above lightly. These actions are being taken to ensure the health and welfare of the residents of this community. We pledge to keep residents informed of all relevant developments and how they affect the association and our neighborhood. 

It is also incumbent upon residents to take this situation seriously and do their part to minimize the spread of this virus. The association highly encourages you to review safety guidelines and look for updates from the CDC, the local health department, and the World Health Organization. 


If you are elderly, live by yourself or have a current health issue
that may cause difficulty
getting needed supplies, please notify
Helen or Andre with your contact information.
We have a group
of neighbors willing to go shopping for you or just check on you. 

So please remember you are not alone in this.
We are a community of many caring people.


Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.  Stay safe and healthy. 


Helen & The Fairway Cove Board



Andre Wilson, Community Association Manager
6972 Lake Gloria Blvd, Orlando, FL 32809
Phone: (407) 469-5305
Email: awilson@lelandmanagement.com
Website: www.LelandManagement.com
Resident Support questions – residentsupport@lelandmanagement.com

This information is subject to change. It is published with the understanding that Fairway Cove is not providing legal, accounting, medical, or other professional services or advice. If legal advice or other expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought.

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HOA Board Meeting 11/6/19

Fairway Cove HOA Board Meeting will be held Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at 6:30pm at the Metrowest Master Association meeting room located at 2121 S. Hiawassee, Ste.132

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