ICE CREAM SOCIAL this WEEK -- Wednesday 9/28 2 PM @ Clubhouse

Grounds-for-Sculpture Trip Re-scheduled for Thursday, October 13th


Don't forge: must RSVP By Oct 5th for the trip to Grounds-for-Sculpture !! For more info click on Event Flyer (original).

Back fields view of Flemington Fields Condominiums

Upcoming Events

Monday, Sept 19th 8:30 AM

Meeting of the ROMEO's Gather @ Country Griddle - for details hover here.
FFCOA meeting Tuesday Sept 27th 2016

All residents can attend open bi-monthly meeting of Board of Trustees: Tuesday, Sept 27th 7 PM @ clubhouse.

Please pick up your copy of the new Community Handbook after the meeting.

End of Summer
Ice Cream Social

FFCOA ice cream social
Wed Sept 28th @ 2 PM @ clubhouse.

RSVP to Social Committee.
Don't miss ...
Field Trip to "Grounds for Sculpture" September 15th October 13th

Click this link for more info on how to Reserve your place.


Newly published on this site:

Updated Community Handbook for FFCOA

The FFCOA September Newsletter and the September Calendar.

Newly voted Resolution by the FFCOA Board of Trustees:
Parking Rules & Regs (July 26, 2016)

A revised form in the Forms Center:
Request to Make Exterior Changes to your Condo

Previous Open Session of Board of Trustees Agenda for the meeting.

Approved minutes of the May Open Session of the FFCOA Board of Trustees

Click the "Archives" link at pagetop to find older meeting minutes, financials, newsletters, et al, for our Association.



Recent News

Summer Cleanup Underway

Summer "haircuts" and other cleanup tasks have been underway recently by the landscape team. Irrigation system issues being addressed as well.

A warm welcome to brand new neighbors:Allan & Pat Huhn and Richard & Beverly Karcher.
As well as recently new residents: Beth DeHoff , and Jean and Ivan Safonoff.

Happy to have you all!!

May and March Board of Trustees Open Sessions

Well-attended, regular bi-monthly BOT meeting recently were held in March and May at 7 pm in the clubhouse. Consult the meeting minutes and the agendas for details.

George Washington in Hunterdon
Professor Dave Burchelle's (Mercer County College) visit here Sat. February 20th was a thorough pleasure for all of us who attended. See feature article on page 5 of March Newsletter.

Without the efforts of Jerry Matcho, Anne Lupo, Gloria Gwizdz, Lucille Krause,Karen Matcho, and Joan Ruby, this special time would not have been possible. A huge "thank you" is due all of them!

February 2016 Board of Trustees Open Session

The regular bi-monthly BOT January meeting was held after a 1 week postponement due to the blizzard. Highlights included appointment of Walter Yarrow as the 5th board member of the now all-unit-owner board of Trustees. Walter is warmly welcomed!

Also discussed

DCA State Inspection Went Well

The initial stage of this mandatory state inspection went a whole lot smoother due to the residents accompanying the inspector. Jim Livezey, Joan Ruby, Jerry Matcho and Karen Matcho: thanks for giving up your personal time on the community's behalf! full article in Feb newsletter.

December 2015 Holiday "Get-to-know-ya Party"

A Grand Success

Saturday December 12th: many attended an awesomely wonderful cocktail party and dinner at

Board Election Result

At the November 2015 meeting of the Board, the FFCOA membership elected 3 new Trustees who join Joan Ruby who continues her good work for us. Welcome to these folks:

  • Rosemary D'Allura

  • George Ditzler

  • Jerry Matcho
We are certainly grateful for all who volunteered for this critical effort.

Outgoing Board President

A hearty vote of thanks to Roger Aherns who has been our Board President for the past year and served



'A Day at the Races' worked out to be a super fun afternoon by all accounts.... A giant "Thank you!" with kudos on top, to those who put so in much time and effort including:

  • Ginny DiMilia(co-chair)
  • Roe Loria (co-chair)
  • Dee McCrone
  • Carole Catucci
  • Gloria Gwizdz
  • Marlene Padalick
  • Charlie Padalick
  • Shirley Vill
  • Nancy Meade
  • Rose Garfole
  • Marie Dickenson
  • Helene Purzycki
  • Denise Nunez
  • Bob DiMilia (photos)
  • and of course, Don Hagen, who lent his horsies for our event


Consult the May Newsletter article, page 5 for lots more description.

Won't you consider joining the committee and/or volunteering in some capacity for the next special event?

Please don't forget to volunteer for a committee this year. Click here to print the form.


Spotlight on Committees:


Click here to see a list of the typical things going on at the Flemington Fields clubhouse, aside from official meetings of the condominium and the homeowners' associations.

Thank you very much to Clubhouse committee-persons , volunteering in this very vital and central function of our FFCOA community. In addition to important meetings, and the games played there, clubhouse events help us in getting to know and appreciate each other.

The Flemington Fields Handbook provides the basic rules for the clubhouse use. For a private rental, contact Access Property Management, Dawn Carone at 908-284-3422.

In an ongoing process, Clubhouse committee members have been renewing, reorganizing, studying the protocol for rentals, keeping the supplies available, overseeing janitorial services and so on. As many hands would spread the load a bit, we would love anyone to join the main group or start a subdivision. The Clubhouse Committee meets the 2nd Thursday of each month at 10 am at the clubhouse. Any resident is always welcome to attend our meetings. Suggestions and questions are always welcome at any time.


Spotlight on Committees:

Building and Grounds: Assists and advises the Board of Trustees in an effort to preserve the physical integrity and aesthetic quality of our community. Periodically, at the request of the Board, takes maintenance surveys making recommendations to the Trustees. May undertake research on behalf of the Trustees where it is time consuming. This group sometimes reviews a submitted Building Modification Form when Residents apply to the Board to make a change to a common area or limited common area of their unit.

Timeframe/mission is medium and long-term planning. Emphasis is NOT on daily/weekly problem solving & operational issues - that is the province of either our Builder (RVD - Raritan Valley Developers), or our Property Manager, Dawn Carone of Access Property Management. For clarification, see link above Who Ya Gonna Call?"

Daisy Up!