About This Website

Your homeowners association hired Belmar Design to develop this website, designed to meet the needs of Four Seasons Wall homeowners. Belmar Design and the Board of Four Season Wall want this site to be a useful tool for all of our residents, and we hope you will use it for all your community information.

The site is user-friendly, and is designed to be expandable to suit the needs of the Association. Please help us to make your website useful, relevant and interesting by sending us your ideas and announcements! Please feel free to “Dive In” and enjoy your new site!

Equipment For Computer Club Available

For home owner computer users who may need an instrument or printer (if the ones at home are on the fritz) a Dell computer running Windows 10 and an Epson Printer/scanner is available for use. They are located in the office room behind the lobby front-desk.

puter club

The room is open for use from 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday. Other times can be arranged with Nancy or Chuck. This could be useful to check for e-mails, etc.

Update on Down To Earth

On September 20 information was provided to let you know some of the problems the community is encountering due to DTE’s poor performance, and their reneging on doing a full do-over of seeding, aerating, etc.

Since that day, Joey Wiltsey, the Irrigation Manager for DTE, resigned. Once he resigned DTE and was giving DTE notice, DTE opted that he leave immediately.

Your Board of Trustees, Chuck Braun, and the G&I Committee folks are working together so that FSW remains a beautifully landscaped community and all required tasks are completed.

This letter was sent to DTE on 9/20/2018.

Board's Notice Letter of Deficiencies in Performance

DTE notified about poor performance and negligence

Back on 9/7 you were notified that DTE was going to re-do entire operations as to seeding, aerating, etc. That was to start on 9/11, however, due to heavy rain for many days that week the work did not get done.

Chuck has been following up with DTE, and now DTE has taken the position that they will “remedy” – not re-do. That is not acceptable as there are many areas in our community that are in terrible shape.

Your Board of Trustees notified DTE today, that based on the contractual agreement, they (DTE)have breached that contractual responsibilities

Looking for Golfers (click for more info)

Please join us in the Clubhouse on Thursday October 4th at 6pm for Pizza and Refreshments.

We are looking to increase the number of people that are interested in participating in the Golf Club and also recruit new golfers who are interested in playing on Monday or Thursday during the Golf Season.

In past years the Golf Club has had a number of activities that includes Four Seasons Annual Golf Outing, Nine and Dines, Annual Dinner Dance, The Day at the Track and Golf Getaways. We are interested in any new ideas that people may have that would increase the interest in the Golf Club.

As part of the activities on October 4th through the efforts of Craig Sands we will raffle off a group lesson with Brent Studer, the Golf Pro at Metedeconk Golf Club. Brent will do a clinic on the short game on October 17th at Metedeconk from 3pm to 4pm. The group lesson will be for 10 people.

If you are interested in joining us on October 4th please contact Pat Moore by email at mpatm54@aol.com or by phone at 732-223-1238 by Friday Sept 28th.

Please join us on October 4th. All Spouses are invited.

Some Thing You Should Know – 9/13/2018

Front Door of Clubhouse
the solenoid for the front door locking mechanism has degraded and causes intermittent lock release issues. The service appointment is for Tuesday, Sept. 18. The front door will be open during the day to minimize entry issues.

Fire Dept.@ Clubhouse
The Fire Dept. responded to an alarm this morning that was the result of a motor in the energy receiver ventilation system that failed and produced enough smoke trigger the duct system smoke detectors, which triggered the alarm to the Fire Dept.

The system was taken off line until a replacement motor can be purchased and installed. The cost of the service call, motor, and labor should range between $1,200 – $1,500.

Gone Missing
The router and Ethernet cable connected to our sound system in the Ballroom have gone missing. The items have been replaced and a locksmith will rekey the lock on that door. Only the management office and the gatehouse will have the key.

Angie & Nick Coppola host an open house to view their Koi fish

Recently Angie & Nick Coppola opened their home to all of us at Four Seasons ( and children & grandchildren) to view their amazing in-the-home Koi pond and the beautiful and exotic Koi that live there. One of the larger one, called Bubbles, will actually eat out of Angie’s hand!

Nick and Angie enjoyed having so many people visit and they love to talk about their Koi, how they started this hobby, trips they have taken to Japan to purchase Koi, and the specially build Koi pond in their home with glass sides to allow better viewing.

So many people took advantage of this opportunity and Angie & Nick’s grandchildren were on hand to also enjoy.

Of course there were plenty of snacks on hand for the visitors and Angie’s sister make cookies that look like Koi.

Angie and Nick are also dedicated wine makers who bottle under their Walnut Street Cellars.