Friday, April 17, 2015

Vacation Condo close to Fiddler's Creek for rent

2 bedroom 2 bath condo for rent for November and December 2015 only 3 miles from  Fiddlers Creek. View details on www.vacationhomerentals.com #53090 Or call 419 304 6928 Sent from Sandy��

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Homewatch

We are looking for recommendations for a homewatch company for our condo.  We know Cardinal Management does it, but would like know if anyone has another company they are happy with.

Thanks,
Mary ryan


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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Dressmaker?

Can anyone recommend a good dressmaker in the Naples area.  Thanks.

Peggy

Monday, April 13, 2015

2nd Golf Course

Any update on 2nd Golf course?

tomhcurley 

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Friday, April 10, 2015

Looking Long Term Rental or Rent to Own

Hi ,
We are looking for a Long Term rental Single Family Home(3 Bed,2 Bad) or Rent to Own Starting in July or August.We have been Renting in Fiddlers for more 3 years with Excelent References from the owner, Please contact or Text me at 2392005714 or revga@hotmail.com with the details.  Thank You.

Caxambas Republican Club Event on May 4

What’s happening in Tallahassee?  

Where: United Church of Marco Island 320 N Barfield 

Time: 5:30p - 7:00p Date: Wednesday, May 6 2015 

RSVP by May 4th to Bob Rommel, President Caxambas Republican Club 
info@marcogop.org or 239 821 2297 

Randolph Russell is a historian, businessman and musician from 

Central Florida, author of the book American History in No Time, a 

quick and easy way for anyone to learn the basics. He has 

performed with many popular singers, toured the U.S. and Europe and performed at 

Jazz Festivals as a member of Woody Herman's big band. In business, he had a number 

of upper-level financial management positions with companies in Florida and Georgia 

before starting his own accounting practice. A native Floridian, Russell holds degrees 

from the Universities of Miami and Florida. He is married with six children and lives in 

the Orlando. 

“The State of American History and Civics 

Literacy in our Country” 



Representative Kathleen C. Passidomo grew up in New Jersey and 

received her law degree from Stetson University College of Law in 

1978. She has been a member of the Florida Bar since 1979, and is a 

Florida Bar Board Certified Real Estate Lawyer. She has served in 

more than 60 leadership and membership roles in professional and 

community organizations and has been recognized with countless 

awards for her service within Collier County. 




Monday, March 23, 2015

A Community Boat Launch Site is Required


          This issue is much broader than simply the lack of a boat launching site for the residents of Mallard's Landing.

          There are at least four villages now that have residences that back on Fiddler's Creek, Mallards, Bellagio, Runaway Bay and Marsh Cove, all of which will need a boat launch site.

          It is my understanding that all boats must be out of the Creek before hurricane season starts, to prevent them from becoming flying boats. This means that each boat could make multiple trips into and out of the Creek each year, hence necessitating a convenient launch site.

          For each village to have a launch site is obviously a waste of money even if land were available, which has not been determined.  

          That raises the question of who is to pay for it and where should it be located.

          The residents who have already paid for a dock assuming that there must be a boat launch site available certainly will be thinking that they should not have to now pay for construction of a launch site.

          With at least four communities now involved, centralized planning is required.

          Who better than the Foundation to assume the lead since they not only make all the rules, but also know the long term goals of the Declarant.

          Certainly the By-laws and Covenants must be changed to recognize that residents can and do have boats on the Creek. Boating cannot be prohibited on that "Water Feature".

          It would certainly be an embarrassment to Lennar to discover that they had sold docks to buyers who were either not permitted to launch a boat on the Creek or given permission had no point of access to do so.

          There are also other questions that need to be addressed:

          Why are only original purchasers allowed to have a dock?

I was told that resale buyers in Mallards were not allowed to  add a dock. While I can appreciate the economics of encouraging initial purchasers to purchase options, it is also beneficial to resale values to be able to offer potential buyers the option of adding a dock if they are boaters

          Why is use of the Creek limited only to owners whose property backs on the Creek? The NaplesDaily News article , which appears to be a Lennar sales ad, states that the Creek is for the use of Fiddler's Creek Homeowners. I read that as meaning all Homeowners.

          When is the rest of the Creek going to be completed and who is going to develop it? Will there be other villages that have Creek access when the Creek is completed?

          I believe that these questions should be presented to the Foundation Board before the Annual Meeting in April for answering at that meeting.

          Preparing a list of relevant questions and conveying it to the residents representative on the Foundation Board would jump start the process.
           
         
"Each residence in Runaway Bay will boast a classical Mediterranean exterior along with upgraded interior, including tumbled marble floors and upgraded kitchen cabinets. Homes situated along The Creek also have a dock option at the time of purchase. The Creek allows for electric boats, kayaks and canoes for Fiddler’s Creek homeowners to enjoy at their leisure. Other residences will offer expansive golf course views."




Sunday, March 22, 2015

MALLARDS LANDING BOAT LAUNCH ISSUE

Apparently an issue has arisen with the boat launch area down the Creek located in the Marsh Cove section of Fiddler's just on the other side of Runaway Bay.    I understand that land has been sold to a builder who has closed the boat launch access.  So, as of this point in time, folks in Mallards have no way to get their boats into the water.

It is alleged that Ron Albeit has said that anyone who launched their boat from the Marsh Cove area did so illegally as this is trespassing on private property.  Apparently, He also said that the Mallards by-laws state that prior written permission from the developer is required from anyone who wants to put a boat in the creek.  He further stated (apparently) that he had no knowledge that there were any boats in the Creek as no resident ever requested permission!  Really?!

Now isn't that interesting?  Didn't Fiddler’s Creek sell boat docks to the owners on Mallards?  Didn't they sell Mallards homes on the basis that you could have a boat on the Creek at your boat dock as sold to you by Fiddler’s as an optional extra?  Am I missing something?  Am I mistaken?  Does anyone have more info on this?

Click on the links to access the source web pages for the below content.

The ABOUT US section of the Fiddler's Creek website says this:

"Approximately 5.5-miles of meandering creeks, 2.5 miles of which are already completed, that may be traversed via non-motorized boats"  

NAPLES DAILY NEWS STATES:

"Each residence in Runaway Bay will boast a classical Mediterranean exterior along with upgraded interior, including tumbled marble floors and upgraded kitchen cabinets. Homes situated along The Creek also have a dock option at the time of purchase. The Creek allows for electric boats, kayaks and canoes for Fiddler's Creek homeowners."

It would be fascinating to hear Ron Albeit's comments in light of these representations, wouldn't it?






WTB - Gheenoe or similar small boat.

I am looking for a small boat & electric motor for use in Fiddlers Creek at Runaway Bay. I prefer a Gheenoe, but will consider others meeting these criteria:

--Must be lightweight for portability, and able to be pushed by a trolling motor
--12 - 16 feet long
--FG or aluminum
--Square transom
--Preferred but not required - floatation, rod holders, storage well(s), bimini top
--I do not want/need a trailer.

Thanks. Please call Jim at 518-852-2199 or email jpbpe at yahoo.com


Friday, March 13, 2015

UPDATES ABOUT THE FIDDLERS CREEK LAWSUITS

THE LAWSUITS AGAINST JIM SCHUTT, TONY COE & ANONYMOUS CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS BLOG
An Update About Updates!

Residents of the Fiddler’s Creek community are keen for an update on the ongoing lawsuits with Jim Schutt, Tony Coe & various Anonymous Bloggers.

Readers will understand that, for legal reasons, we are unable to provide updates at this time.  However, please rest assured that it is our intention to tell the full story on this Blog when we are able to do so.


In our opinion it is very unfortunate that these lawsuits have had the alarming effect of so chilling free speech on this once lively and vibrant forum - such that homeowners apparently no longer feel able to express their opinions and discuss community matters openly with each other.  We hope this unsatisfactory state of affairs is only temporary.  Please stay tuned for news in due course.

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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

For Sale: Bar Stools & Dining Room - UPDATE PRICE REDUCTION!!!

Bar stools - wood frames, fabric seat cushions, woven rattan seat backs. All good condition. 

Dining Room - 6 chairs made by Century Chair Co, Hickory NC, purchased new by us in 1988; 4 arm chairs, 2 side chairs; solid wood frames in black lacquer with fabric seat/back. Chairs are as solid as new with some signs of wear and minor stains. 

Non-matching solid wood table is 40"x72" with a 24" leaf; very heavy and stable.


Bar stools - wood frames, fabric seat cushions, woven rattan seat backs. All good condition.

UPDATE:

​REDUCED to ​$​600​ for 3 pieces.

Dining Room - 6 chairs made by Century Chair Co, Hickory NC, purchased new by us in 1988; 4 arm chairs, 2 side chairs; solid wood frames in black lacquer with fabric seat/back. Chairs are as solid as new with some signs of wear and minor stains. 

Non-matching solid wood table is 40"x72" with a 24" leaf; very heavy and stable.

​REDUCED to  $​600​
0. Please call jim at 518-852-2199 or jpbpe@yahoo.com






Monday, March 09, 2015

For Sale : 1 ladies & 1 men's Trek 7100, 26" bicycles

1 Ladies & 1 Men's Trek 7100 26" Bicycles.  Both bicycles are in as new condition.   Asking $225 for both bicycles.

Call Ken or Geri   239-404-7116




Moving sale

We live in Amador and have a few items for sale.  I will list below.  
Thank you
Darci Bernstein
Trunk Keeper #347
603-305-1263


Everything is less than 2 years old.


Black Entertainment Center $300 retail $699