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September, 2021

Please welcome our recently sworn in new 2021-2022 board members!

Ken Meeks

4th Avenue Block Captain

Bob Warner

6th Avenue Block Captain

Ken McLemore

7th Avenue Block Captain


September 9, 2021 is the 72nd Anniversary of the property owners of then named California Ice and Coal's Lake Marie Subdivision voting approval to abide by the still current, but now named California Subdivision Improvement Association (CSIA) By-Laws.  The By-Laws are available here.  The formal incorporation's anniversary is October 18th.

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May, 2021

The BeachGuard link has been added to the News header.  This website contains information about IDPH public beaches and recreational-use waterways. Here you will find information about beach closings, monitoring efforts and E. coli test results. Information on this site is entered and maintained by local Beach Management Organization offices.

Our website is now registered on Google, which will improve search results.

August, 2021

Sign up here for Hyper-Reach, Antioch Fire Protection District's new emergency notification system, with alerts direct to your phone, text messages, and/or email.

April, 2021

Please welcome our recently sworn in board members!


Kevin Weeks      

Vice President


Carrie Derenzo



Don Fechtner

3rd Avenue Block Captain


Justin Weeks 

4th Avenue Block Captain


Bob Drafke

5th Avenue Block Captain

Barnacle Bob's is now The Boatyard!  The new owners, Kristen and Steve now have Fox Waterway Stickers available. Please stop by and welcome them.


March, 2021

The next association meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 15th at 6:30pm.  Please follow mask and social distancing COVID precautions. 

A special association meeting will be held Thursday, March 11, 2021 at 6:00 pm to welcome and install new board members.  The meeting will be held inside the association clubhouse on 3rd Avenue.  Please follow mask and social distancing COVID precautions. 

December, 2020

The annual maintenance fee for 2021 of $150.00 is due January 1st, along with proof of insurance for your pier.  This fee was raised per a vote at the November, 2019 meeting and explained in the 2020 Maintenance Fee letter, sent out in November of last year.  Your insurance agent can issue a certificate of insurance.

All members were recently mailed a letter with full details on November 30, 2020.

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November, 2020

The Board has approved 9 new red maples and one weeping willow tree, which were planted recently along our lakefront, as well as needed tree trimming. Thanks to Bob D. for designing and building the bucket watering systems.

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As the result of many months of Board Members attending monthly meetings to represent the needs of our subdivision's lakefront, Fox Waterway will continue the dredging started earlier this year near 1st and 2nd Avenues through November. They have already removed 357 truckloads of muck. If they don’t finish, they will be back in the Spring. 

A number of decks/piers that were deemed dangerous have been removed.

The 2018 through 2020 Meeting Minutes and Financial Reports have been added to the website. Ask your Block Captain for the password if needed.

The next Association Meeting will be May 20, 2021 at 6:30 p.m.

Open Burning in Unincorporated Lake County

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The Lake County Board recently voted to amend a temporary emergency ordinance that allows open burning on all properties in unincorporated Lake County from sunrise to sunset only on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. The ordinance also allows open burning from sunrise to sunset on any day of the week if the burning occurs at least 500 feet from the nearest habitable structure and has exemptions for prescribed habitat and ecological landscape burns. The ordinance as amended is effective through October 12, 2021


Per Section 307.5 of the 2012 International Fire Code, all fires must be attended and there must be an extinguishing device immediately available, such as a hose with running water.

Recreational fires that are no larger than 3’ x 3’ x 3’ used for warming, cooking, and other recreational purposes are still permitted on all days of the week. Burning garbage, refuse, or construction materials remains prohibited.

To report an open burning violation occurring in the unincorporated area, please call the Lake County Open Burning Hotline at 847-377-2999.

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