Notice for Seasonal FHA members
If you are going to be gone for the winter, please make sure you have the Association shut off your water at the street.
We have had a number of events where homeowners shut off their water in the basement, but the valve froze, then broke, releasing up to thousands of gallons of water, costing all of us for water use. We are trying to do our best to avoid such events.
Please note that we no longer charge members for water shutoff or turn-on*. All we ask is that you be there so that we can confirm line drainage. Then when you return in the spring, contact us to turn it back on, no charge. Once again, you will need to be there to confirm no open faucets or broken lines.
If you need your water shut off for the season, please contact the FHA Water Director at email@example.com
FHA Water Director
*except for non-payment of dues
FHA FALL CLEANUP VOLUNTEERS NEEDED (RAIN DATE NOVEMBER 2ND
Fall cleanup of the Far Hills Association Sunset Lake Beach Areas will be on Saturday 26th October 2019, with a rain date of Sunday 27th. If the weather is terrible the whole weekend we will try for Sat 2nd Nov.
Come to Ripple Beach at 9:00 a.m. There will be hot coffee and donuts/munchkins, etc.
The goal is to clear up any trash/rubbish, and to do any minor pruning/trimming that is needed before winter. I don't expect that it will take any longer than an hour or two.
Please bring gloves and yard tools like loppers and trimmers that may be needed.
Please let me know that you will help via e-mail at farhillsmaintenance @gmail.com.
Director of Maintenance
Second of the Guest Speaker Series sponsored by the Watershed Advisory Committee
As lakefront or lake access property owners, the current and future value of our investment is greatly dependent on the character, health, and use of the lake. Rick Stockhaus from Lakefront Living Realty will share his experience and wisdom about how we all can preserve the property value of our lakefront homes. Rick grew up on a lake and now lives his dream on Lake Ramshorn. He has worked in the real estate industry for 43 years, now concentrating on lakefront real estate. At Lakefront Living Realty, Rick has presented numerous presentations on lakefront real estate. As seen on Chronicle “What’s Not to Lake?”
Fred Sellars, the FHA Environmental Director, will provide a brief overview of Sunset Lake to set the table for Rick.
Hope to see you all at 7 PM on Thursday July 18 at Levins Hall!