4th Quarter Assessment Payment Information – IMPORTANT!

TopNotch, our new management company, recently mailed out payment coupons for the 4th Quarter Assessments for Fairway Cove. I received mine today. Please be on the lookout for this envelope in your mail and DO NOT THROW IT AWAY! You cannot pay your assessment to Sentry any longer, and until electronic payment coupons and online accounts are fully set up, you will need to pay by check to TopNotch this assessment cycle. I attached a SAMPLE of the coupon you should receive. Please contact Helen or myself if you have any questions. And please pass along this information to anyone who may not use the website or Nextdoor to get updates. email questions to fairwaycovehoa@topnotchcam.com

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No HOA Meeting in September

We are cancelling our planned September Board meeting so the new management company, TopNotch, has more time to prepare after receiving the files from Sentry recently. The ARB meeting is still planned for Wed, Sept. 19 from 6:20-6:30pm, and will be held at 6613 Crenshaw. Our next HOA Board meeting is scheduled for October 17th.

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Car Burglaries In Fairway Cove!!

In the late night hours between Wednesday, 7/25 and Thursday, 7/26, we had another wave of car burglaries on Zachary Way, Andrea Rose, and Mission Ridge. This follows a rash of burglaries from the week of July 18th, although those were all on unlocked cars. This week the suspect(s) were breaking windows when something of value was in the vehicle. OPD and CIS will be stepping up patrols, but they cannot be here 24/7. It is critical that neighbors protect their property by locking doors, setting alarms, activating cameras, and removing anything of value from your car. Communicate with your neighbors, telling them the same, as not everyone is on social media. Don’t give these criminals a reason to come back into our neighborhood! If you see or hear anything suspicious, call 911!

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July 2018 Newsletter (PDF format)

Fairway Cove Newsletter – July 2018

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FC HOA Board Meeting – June 14

Please plan to attend the FC HOA Board Meeting Thursday, June 14, 2018.
The meeting will be held at 6:30pm at the Fire Station – 1588 Park Center Dr.
We hope that you can make time to attend.

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FC HOA Annual Meeting – April 19

Please plan to attend the FC HOA Annual Meeting Thursday, April 19.
The meeting will be held at 6:30pm at the Fire Station – 1588 Park Center Dr.
It is so important for ALL our homeowners to be represented at the Annual Meeting. We hope that you can make time to attend.
If you need a ride to the meeting, please contact Michelle Richard (richardm88@gmail.com)

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Fairway Cove HOA Neighborhood Garage Sale, Saturday October 28!

Clean out your closets! De-clutter the drawers! Gut the garbage! Take advantage of the traffic generated by a neighborhood sale. FCHOA will be posting online advertisements, providing security day-of-sale, and street signs. The garage sale will be on Saturday, October 28, 2017, from 8 AM to 12 AM. Participating residents should have everything cleaned up by 1 PM that day.

If you would like your address to be added to a map that will be available, please send your address and any other relevant information to fairwaycovehoa@gmail.com no later than noon on Wednesday, October 25.

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City of Orlando Yard Debris Collection Update

City crews and contractors continue to work 12-hour shifts, seven days a week to pick up debris from Hurricane Irma. We appreciate your support and patience as we aggressively clean up our city. Our plan is to canvas the entire city three times with these teams to ensure that all hurricane-related debris has been collected.

The goal is to complete our first city-wide collection of all public streets by October 31 (45 days post storm). We will then begin our second and third sweeps to collect any remaining debris.

We are committed to keeping our residents informed and providing excellent customer service. Our dedicated webpage answers some of the most frequently asked questions (cityoforlando.net/debris) and our customer service representatives are available to assist you at swcustomersvc@cityoforlando.net or 407.246.2314.

Again, thank you for your patience as we work to clean up The City Beautiful.

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City of Orlando – Hurricane Irma update (9-13-2017)

September 13, 2017 – ORLANDO, FL – The City of Orlando would like to share some important information as Hurricane Irma storm recovery continues.

WATER CONSERVATION NEEDED:

The City of Orlando’s water reclamation system is working overtime and experiencing high water flow due to Hurricane Irma.

Because of this, the City is urging residents and businesses to minimize water use at home and offices to reduce the risk of sewer system backups.

This includes the use of dishwashers, sinks, washing machines, showers, and toilets.

DEBRIS CLEANUP:

City contractors have started removing debris from roadways and public right-of-ways to ensure the safety of vehicle and pedestrian traffic. This process is expected to take several days to complete.

Debris pickup for residential and commercial yard debris is expected to begin next week. Due to the large amount of debris, we ask residents to please be patient as cleanup crews cycle throughout the City to pick up yard debris.

Debris should be placed at the curb and not in the streets or blocking sidewalks.  Items placed in the street can block access for solid waste trucks and clog storm drains.

It is very helpful if customers can separate vegetative debris (tree limbs and yard waste) from building/construction materials (fencing, drywall and shingles).

DROP OFF SITES:

Orange County has opened several sites for debris drop off.  City of Orlando residents may bring only vegetative (trees/yard waste) debris to one of these 10 locations daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Residents will need to provide proof of Orange County address to gain access.

Debris drop-off sites are:

  • Barnett Park – 4801 West Colonial Drive
  • Conway Water Treatment Plant – 3590 Manatee Street
  • Cypress Grove Park – 290 Holden Avenue
  • Fort Christmas Park -1300 Fort Christmas Road
  • Harrell Road – 8503 Trevarthon Road
  • Meadowoods Park – 1751 Rhode Island Woods Circle
  • NW Water Treatment Plant – 701 West McCormick Road
  • Rose Place Park – 8200 Old Winter Garden Road
  • Across from Eastern Regional Park – 3800 South Econlockhatchee Trail
  • West Beach Park Addition – 9227 Winter Garden Vineland Road

OTHER UPDATES INCLUDE:

TREES:

  • 370 trees down and blocking streets
  • 70 involve power lines, which we are working with OUC to address
  • 45% of city roadways with tree blockage have been cleared

STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO HOMES AND BUSINESSES:

Over 500 reports of structural and electrical damage to homes or businesses.

It’s important that this type of damage be reported to the Citizen Information Line (407.246.HELP) so that a City inspector can assess the damage and the City has proper documentation of the damage.

TRANSPORTATION UPDATE:

  • 162 intersections reported as damaged or without power.
  • 78 of these signals are damaged
  • Residents are reminded that an intersection with a broken signal should be treated as a four-way stop.

NEIGHBORHOOD CENTERS AVAILABLE FOR CHILDCARE:

8 Neighborhood Centers are open for child care from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

  • Callahan Center
  • Citrus Square
  • College Park
  • Ivey Lane
  • Jackson Center
  • Rosemont
  • Dr. Smith Center
  • Wadeview

Parents must bring a lunch and snacks for their kids

Recreation and community centers not listed here will be closed until power is restored.

PARKS:

All parks open for normal operating hours

3 closed due to on-going cleanup efforts

  • Wadeview Park
  • Langford Park
  • Dickson Azalea Park

Public Park Restrooms are closed

2 open:

  • Park of Americas, Lake Eola
  • Some restrooms at Bill Frederick Park
  • All other public park restrooms are closed

Decisions to open other restrooms will be on an individual basis as conditions allow.

All 3 off-leash dog areas are open:

  • Park of Americas
  • Lake Druid
  • Constitution Green

The City urges everyone to be cautious and take note of on-going cleanup efforts.  If anyone notices an unsafe condition in a park, please call the Parks Division at 407-246-2283 or the Facilities Hotline at: 407-246-3860.

Leu Gardens is expected to be closed for at least week due to extensive damage to the grounds. Please contact Leu Gardens at 407.246.2620 regarding scheduled events.

CITY OPERATIONS:

Wednesday, September 13  – City of Orlando offices and services have resumed normal hours of operation

The City’s Emergency Operations Center remains at a Level 1 Full Activation.

REPORT INFORMATION & REQUEST ASSISTANCE:

Citizen Information Line: Open today, Wednesday, September 13 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Residents should call 407.246.HELP (4357) to report damage, downed trees, traffic lights that are out and get information.

1,447 calls received to date

800 calls from City of Orlando residents

STAY INFORMED:

Residents can continue to get updates from the City on Hurricane Irma recovery from the City of Orlando through Social Media at:

  • City of Orlando Facebook page: facebook.com/cityoforlando
  • Spanish – facebook.com/ciudaddeorlando
  • City of Orlando Twitter account: @citybeautiful

Additional updates and information on the City of Orlando Emergency Operations Emergency Status will be posted on the City’s website at: cityoforlando.net.

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Hurricane Irma – City of Orlando shelters

As you continue to get prepared for Hurricane Irma, the City of Orlando wants to help you stay informed.

Shelter Information

Saturday, September 9, at 9 a.m. shelters for the general population, including pet-friendly shelters, will be opened by Orange County Government. Additional shelters will be announced, as needed. Orange County will also open PSN, “Persons with Special Needs” shelters. Individuals who have registered for a PSN shelter will be contacted with the location information of the shelter that they have been assigned, along with information on transportation assistance if needed.

When planning to stay in a shelter, individuals are asked to bring an emergency supply kit, a pillow and blanket, toiletries, important papers and medications, snacks, water, flashlight and other essential personal items. These items should last individuals for at least 72 hours.

For a list of what to bring with you when you evacuate and the latest information on shelters in Orange County, please visit www.ocfl.net/irma.

Shelter Locations

Apopka High School
555 Martin St. Apopka, FL 32712

Colonial High School
6100 Oleander Dr. Orlando, FL 32807

East River High School
654 Columbia School Rd. Orlando, FL 32833

Edgewater High School
3100 Edgewater Dr. Orlando, FL 32804

Memorial Middle School
2220 29th St. Orlando, FL 32805

Odyssey Middle School
9290 Lee Vista Blvd. Orlando, FL 32829

West Orange High School
1625 Beulah Rd. Winter Garden, FL 34787

Barnett Park Community Center (Pet Friendly)
4801 W. Colonial Dr. Orlando, FL 32808

Bithlo Community Center (Pet Friendly)
18501 Washington Ave. Orlando, FL 32820

Stay Informed
For updates on City services and resources, visit cityoforlando.net/status

To get tips on hurricane preparedness, visit cityoforlando.net/emergency/prepared/

You can also stay informed and get information from the City of Orlando through social media on:

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