​​Pocono Woodland Lakes Property Owners ​Association

​Milford, Pennsylvania

Dear Residents:

The Association and Nominations Committee have received six (6) candidates resumes for the upcoming Annual Election Meeting. Kindly be advised four (4) Board of Directors seats are required to be elected and two (2) alternates. The following candidates are listed in alphabetical order:

1.       David Copus
2.       Gail Darcy
3.       Lesli Askew-Halprin
4.       Raymond Liebold
5.       John Monaco
6.       Linda Thomas

The official Annual Election Package has been mailed out February 23, 2018 per our Association By Laws, that states “30 days” prior to the scheduled meeting that has been set for  March 25, 2018 at 12:00 p.m. at the Clubhouse. Brunch/Lunch will be served, starting at 11 a.m.

Please be sure to mail in your Absentee Ballot(s) by March 19, 2018 so that your vote can be counted; however, if you plan on attending the Annual Meeting, ballot(s) will be available the day of the meeting so that you can vote. Included in the package will be a return envelope so that you can mail in your Absentee ballot(s).

Please note, only members in good standing may vote and attend the Annual Meeting.

Thank you,
Pocono Woodland Lakes Property Owners Association
Nominations Committee


We are pleased to announce that our new sanitation system has opened today. The new system will make placing your trash and recyclables in the containers so very easy.

We now have 3 compactors with one exclusively for recycling. The more we recycle the more savings for us. As you will see the containers are much larger which means our hauling cost will be significantly less.

Just pull in the entrance one car length and park 3 across and drop your trash down the chute.

Thank you very much for your patience during the construction of this project.

I'd like to acknowledge Dingman Township, Karen Kleist and Chris Wood who went above and beyond guiding me and advising me from filing the permits all the way through our Certificate of Occupancy being approved.

Mat Starr, our Maintenance supervisor and his staff were very hands-on and contributed to the success of the project.

Special thanks goes to resident Rich Evans who worked on the design and equipment for this project. Rich also negotiated the best pricing; by doing this, he saved us about 30 thousand dollars and in return, we got the best product and design.

Please, if you happen to see these people, give them thanks; it goes a long way.


Raymond Liebold 

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