The 2017 Board Elected Positions have been announced-
At the conclusion of the Annual Owners’ Meeting, held on Saturday, October 21, 2017, the results for
the election of two new Board members were announced.
The Four Seasons Lakesites POA is pleased to
announce that the following candidates have been elected as your Board of Directors.
• Steve Yoder
• Mary Bustin
The ballot results for each candidate are as follows:
Steve Yoder 254
Mary Bustin 211
Karen Schenk 85
Debra Howard 24
Kurt Kuhlmann 151
On September 7, 2017, Arlene Page, Crime Prevention Specialist with the Camden County Sheriff’s Office, made a presentation on Neighborhood Watch Programs at the Community Center for members interested in this program. Mrs. Page stated a Neighborhood Watch Program will benefit the community of Four Seasons if enough neighborhood volunteers work together, in a proactive manner, and meet on a regular basis.
In order to keep community crime down, the POA encourages you to support local law enforcement by being observant of things going on in your neighborhood. Neighborhood watch programs would be independent of the Association and would be made up of volunteer groups that are not selected, appointed, confirmed or controlled by the POA.
Neighborhood Watch is one of the best-known crime prevention programs in America. It’s simple. Neighbors do what they ought to do – they get to know one another and keep an eye out for each other, working together to stop, prevent or at least discourage crime.
If you are interested in forming a Neighborhood Watch, we recommend you organize at least 1/3 of the neighbors who are willing to participant in the program. You may download a Neighborhood Watch program form below.
Once that is accomplished, you can contact our office at 573-552-8334 to establish your neighborhood territory. Management will arrange for the Camden County Sheriff’s Office to meet with your group to provide the training needed and a Neighborhood Watch sign will be erected in your neighborhood.
Please remember, the POA encourages owners to participate in neighborhood watch programs but, such programs are not sanctioned by the POA and are not a means of providing “Security” to the community by the POA
With the summer drawing to an end, we will soon be closing some of the summer amenities. Below is the list of amenities and their closure dates:
• Bittersweet and Regency Cove Pools – Tuesday, September 5, 2017
• Grand Point and Swim and Tennis Pools – Monday, September 25, 2017
• Campground – October 22, 2017
These dates are subject to favorable weather conditions.
We hope you enjoy the beauty of the fall season!!
Attention dog owners and lovers! Thanks to a few volunteers the HB Bark Park was created and maintained the last several years at no cost to the people using it.
A few residents are stepping up to make improvements to the bark park and are needing help. The Bark Park is a non-profit organization. There are three areas that you can provide help.
1. CONTRIBUTIONS: Monetary contributions can be dropped off at the Water dept, 62 Bittersweet Road.
2. VOLUNTEER: Volunteer labor or materials to enhance and maintain the park. Contact Roger at 573-216-1201 if interested.
Grand Point Entrance
Recently, a substantial water leak, caused by broken water lines, was discovered in the water feature at the
intersection of Grand Point Boulevard and Hwy. MM. This major leak issue forced management to turn the water
feature off. The Association is in the process of obtaining bids to make repairs to the feature, which is normally
turned off and winterized in mid-October. Because of the projected timelines, the water feature may not be
operational again until next spring.
Although out of our control, we apologize for this unfortunate turn of events. If you have any recommendations or
concerns about this landscape feature, please feel free to contact Della Miller or Russ Mitchell at 573-552- 8334.