- Phil Hewett
POA Board Update
Here is what has happened in less than 5 months with our Board leadership:
Phil Hewett, President
Rich Miller, Vice President
Dan Argentieri, Treasurer
Rhonda Miller, Secretary
Craig Myler, Director
John Rothengast, Director
Gayle Albertini, Director
Les Pendleton, Director
Reduced meetings to once-a-month and streamlined the process to operate like a business.
Revenues are up for the restaurant and golf course with more people dining and or playing golf.
Established a revenue source for capital expenditures through land sales. Stay tuned for an exciting announcement that will change Fairfield Harbour and celebrate our 50 years in existence.
Resurfaced the Pickleball courts.
New pavement at Truist ATM parking lot with a new section for Food vendors.
Remodeled The Pointe Restaurant. The restaurant has undergone major remodeling for sound abatement, added a wait station providing increased efficiency, installed new carpeting, an oversized drone shot of our peninsula and a wall for local artists to showcase their art – which will be for sale.
Rebranded The Pointe Restaurant to be more inclusive for the community and to the public at no cost. Recruited a new chef at no cost.
Started a new stone monument for a grand entrance to our community.
Golf maintenance building is newly painted, with landscaping and a new paved driveway.
Created a new Golf Advisory Panel to bridge any communication gap for golf members’ concerns.
Three electronic billboards to expand communication of events and information to the neighborhood. These new monument signs are located at the community center and both main entrances. Additional signs will also be transitioning to the new look to match the new logo.
Additional streetlights at the end of Broad Creek Road to aid in navigation past Marina Drive.
New cart paths at HPGC; holes 7, 13, 14 and 15.
Hired an Architecture consultant to assist Harbour Club development.
A new, more informative and user-friendly Beacon, with increased readership.
New windows and doors at both guard shacks, to update the look and improve insulation for gate personnel.
Repaved Santa Lucia.
Repaved Spinnaker Ct., and a portion of Canovan Rd.
Newly paved entrance to dog park and parking area with a new shelter and water for dogs.
Red Sail Park is no longer a dirt entrance but a paved parking area.
A new entrance to pickleball courts and parking area.
If you want to be part of the solution, then join a committee and make change a reality