Posted March 8th, 2017 by FLPOA
Maybe if I had attended the meetings of FLPOA i wouldn’t be surprised by the changes underway at the east shore of the lake. Construction Equipment is on the lake shore that has always been forested. No more, The trees have been knocked down, the landscape turned into mud, bushes and plants de-nuded. The area has been a sanctuary for birds and animals. Osprey, Eagles, white egrets, herons and beavers have been visible amongst the thick foliage. No more. I don’t know what is planned for the area but is sad to see the transformation from a wet land to a development, When we moved to the lake shore in 1997 a ripparian zone prohibited construction within 35 feet of the shoreline. Apparently our wetlands along the lake shore are no longer protected. I am sad to see the change.
Everett W Lovrien
Posted December 21st, 2016 by Administrator
Dear FLPOA neighbors,
Unfortunately we need to sale our lovely house due to job change, Our house on 3623 NE 217th Ave is on sale. Lake front home property with own dock, gorgeous lake view from
living room, kitchen and Master bedroom with great great
layout. If you have family or friends interested in seeing
house, please contact George at 236-777-9500, or Michelle at 503-307-7929. Or through
House size: 2,132 sq ft
Lot size: 9,355 sq ft
Year built: 2000
Bathroom: 2 full
hardwood floor, remote controlled awning and light include new refrigerator and washer and etc.
Posted October 12th, 2016 by Administrator
The Drainage District has updated the Flood Emergency Action Plan and forwarded this information to me. Attached is a one page explanation of the plan and below is a link to the website and plan. The plan is 208 pages but no quiz is planned for the Annual Meeting.
Emergency Response & Preparedness
Posted July 16th, 2016 by Chris Harmon
Three bedroom 2 1/2 bath 21 60 ft.².please call 503-810-4222
Posted July 15th, 2016 by Chris Harmon
A potentially toxic algae bloom continues its life cycle in the lake. This is one of our annual algae blooms which might produce toxins as it decomposes. Samples taken on June 28th did not produce toxins when analyzed by the lab. The typical blue/green algae life cycle is three to five weeks and different algae strains that produce toxins could break out at any time.
We are early in our summer and can expect a second blue/green algae bloom on the lake. All users of the lake should be cautious with water activities when the bloom occurs. During an algae bloom, lake residents are encouraged to keep children and pets out of the water. Adults should refrain from swimming to avoid eye irritation and/or intestinal illness. Boating and fishing are safe currently.
For now, be alert with water activity, especially children and pets. If an algae turns toxic we won’t know until after it happens.
Fairview Lake Property Owners Assn
Bob Dolphin 503-666-8621
Posted May 14th, 2016 by Chris Harmon
25′ Aqua Patio, 2007, passenger capacity 14, with trailer and new canvas. New 2015 Suzuki 9.9hp engine.
Posted February 10th, 2016 by Mark and Penny Myers
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Under my dock I have a tire with a Styrofoam Center with the embedded letters TOPPER. Not sure if from someone’s floating dock or something I should dispose of. It is really heavy and I’m not sure how to dispose of it.
My address is 20306 NE Interlachen Lane.
Posted January 7th, 2016 by Mark and Penny Myers
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Lakeshore Park Improvement Community Open House
The City of Fairview is planning updates and amenities for Lakeshore Park this spring and summer. They have an initial concept plan and would like your input. Initial concept plans include two viewing platforms in the western natural area and clearing the lower brush to open up the western view of the lake. Please come with your ideas on how the city should be improving this park.
Thu, Jan 14, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Fairview City Hall
Posted December 15th, 2015 by Mark and Penny Myers
“Al Goetz, who lived on Interlachen Lane for 45 years, died suddenly Friday night. It appears to have been a heart attack. He and his wife, Bettianne, were instrumental in the formation of FLPOA. Al always loved our fun activities on the lake. He enjoyed being in the our famous 4th of July parade as his boat was famous for years for the folding chair routine! He and Bettianne always enjoyed the mid-lake socials on Saturday nights. They raised two daughters, Debbie and Jill, on the lake. Daughter Jill and her family built on the south shore right across from home!!
A celebration of life will be held sometime after the holidays. We will miss him very much.”