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                 Wild Horses on Birchwood Property

Middle Island July 22nd, 2014

Two horses from a local stable escaped and led the BSL maintenance staff, residents and SCPD on a chase down Birchwood Park Drive for over an hour.

When the owner showed up (in red) he attempted to corral them and they decided to go in to see the new maintenance building by the STP.

When last seen, they entered the wooded area North of the STP with the owner in chase.

It was later determined that these horses were NOT RESIDENTS and did not have a key fob or gate pass!

"Hey is that our barn up ahead"


                          by Fran Gentleman, HOA President

Well here we are in the midst of summer and I think we have been fortunate with some very nice days.  Let’s hope we continue to enjoy sunny, comfortable weather in the weeks to come.  The Board of Directors (BOD) is very aware of the many concerns regarding clubhouse cleanliness, security, pool conditions, etc.  It may seem like nothing is being done to improve the situation but the BOD are working diligently behind the scenes to come up with solutions for the many problems we are currently facing.  The fastest solution may not always be the best solution.  I believe that we are on the verge of some positive changes but it is too premature to discuss these changes until the “I’s” are dotted and the “T’s” are crossed.  This article appears in the newspaper only once a month but I will keep the community updated on the BSL website (http://bslinfo.com) if there are changes to report.

One positive change currently in the development stage is the formation of a Clubhouse Committee. Like other committees, this would be an extension of the HOA Board and will assist the board in maintaining the order and attractiveness of the pools and clubhouses.  This will give residents a chance to be part of the solution to some of the problems we now face.  More to come on that.

The BOD continues to work on the problems preventing the full usage of key fobs but for now I would like to answer a few questions that have frequently been voiced by the community.

1.     If either your easy pass or gate pass is not working, bring it to the management office.  In most cases it is an easy fix.

2.     Both the gate pass and the key fob will get you into the gate, clubhouse and pool once the system is fully functional.  You do not necessarily need both.

3.     If you only have an EZ pass device attached to the car, a gate pass or a key fob will be needed to enter the clubhouse or pool.

4.     If you have a gate pass you may choose to purchase a key fob as well for the convenience of leaving your gate pass in your car.

5.     Additional gate passes or key fobs may be purchased in the management office.

6.     Further questions or concerns should be brought to the attention of the management office.

The Finance Committee is beginning to project the financial needs of the community for the coming year.  One major concern is the renewal of our insurance policy with the hope of no further increases.  To that end we will be apprising the insurance brokers of some of the measures taken to minimize our risks.  Those measures include the surveillance camera system in the clubhouses, licensed security guards in the clubhouses as well as at the gate, the controlled access key fob system, contracts with appropriately licensed and insured snow removal companies, our “closed facility rule” for clubhouses during dangerous snow and ice conditions and a hold harmless waver signed by all vendors and contractors with which we do business.  It is the hope that the insurance companies will see these measures in a favorable light and reflect that in the insurance premiums.

Finally, we officially say good-by to Melinda Brown who has served our community long and well.  While we will miss her, her resignation opens up a position on the BOD.  The procedure calls for the Board members to appoint a Director to fulfill the remainder of Melinda’s term (ending May 2016). In order to do that the BOD is requesting any interested party to submit a letter of interest briefly summarizing past experiences that would lend themselves to becoming a suitable Director.  All letters of interest should be submitted to the management office by August 6th.

     Birchwood Online Network Returns!

                                    by Karen Olsen

The "BSL RESIDENT NETWORK" is a Facebook Group replacing the former Birchwood Discussion Group.

The purpose of the Group is to facilitate exchange of information and general discussion between Birchwood Residents. Residents wishing to join the "BSL RESIDENT NETWORK" should contact the Group Administrator, Karen Olsen at Karols123@aol.com.

Only residents who are members of the "BSL RESIDENT NETWORK" can access the Group's Facebook page to view, post or comment.

        Putting Contest Winners July

                                                      by John Daly

From Left to Right:

Jerry Weingarten, Betty Schuster,
Chuck Schuster, Rozalia Stone,
Alice Byrne, Frank Piccola

   Wounded Warriors Golf Outing 8/7/14

                                             By Frank Dapolito

"With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation’s wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle…"          Abraham Lincoln

Surely we are not willing to forget those who have thrown themselves into the breach when we were confronted by enemies.  Yes, our country does seem tired of war but war is ongoing for those who stepped up and responded to the call.  

Please make donations to “Wounded Warriors Golf Outing” and place your check in one of the boxes at either clubhouse.  

Donations have been coming in at a slow pace.  For every $10 you donate you will be given a shot at winning a 50 inch TV in a raffle to be held following the Golf Outing on August 7th.   

                           A $100 donation provides you with ten entries in the raffle

                 SHOULD WE OR SHOULD WE NOT 

                                                         by Ed Handibode

I recently heard a Birchwoodian say, “It’s the government’s responsibility to heal our soldiers; why do we have to raise money for Wounded Warriors?” 

The person who made that statement may be forgetting that in America WE (the people) are the government.  WE sent our soldiers to war and WE are responsible for their healing.

In the America I grew up in, when our country was at war, all Americans considered themselves to be at war.  Admittedly, we may have grown somewhat tired of war.  Nonetheless, there are those who went to a foreign land to do our fighting for us and many of those that survived the ordeal have suffered severe injuries. 

Are we to now turn our backs on them?

Summer BBQ at the Eastview Clubhouse

                                            by Kathy Giannico


   From the Golf Committee Chairman

                                                                        by Chuck Schuster

You may have noticed the browning of certain areas of the golf course.  On June 24th the main irrigation pump for the golf course failed.  A company was called in ASAP to evaluate the situation and provide estimates to correct the situation.

 On July 02nd the HOA Board understanding the significance of getting this fixed, approved a full replacement of the existing 10 year old system.  This process should take approximately 2 weeks to complete.  During this time you will see the golf maintenance staff hand watering greens and fire hoses in the fairways.

Please be patient as you play and be careful around the fire hoses.

 A big thank you to our HOA Board for their quick response to a critical issue.  I will keep you informed of any changes as they come up.

       Middle Island Fire Department Bond Hearing & Vote

                                                 by Frank Matzen

Subject: Building a New Fire Department Headquarters

Tuesday July 29, 2014
@ 9:00 PM Middle Island Fire Department Community Meeting
Contact: 924-3116.

Find out more about the MIFD New Firehouse Project at the Middle Island Fire Department Headquarters located at 31 Arnold Drive in Middle Island.  Location: Middle Island Fire Department

Tuesday August 5, 2014
3:00 PM - 9:00 PM Middle Island Fire Department Bond Vote
Contact: 924-3116 .Bond vote takes place at MIFD Headquarters located at 31 Arnold Drive in Middle Island.  Location: Middle Island Fire Department

    East view Clubhouse Ceiling Collapse

                                                photo by Frank Matzen

Middle Island New York 7-01-2014

Roof material fell from the ceiling of the Eastview indoor pool area on Monday

The good news is that no one was injured, the cause is yet to be determined.

This ceiling was repaired last year after leaking water from rain and snow.

   Tick Toc.....Be careful during tick season

                                                        by Diane Mueller

Those of us living in Court 20 backing hole # 7 have been "attacked" by large number of ticks. My husband Bill had called the office last week and was told the perimeter of the property has been sprayed. Unfortunately, this spraying seems to have sent ticks to the homes and golf course.

As of yesterday afternoon, one resident had one on his arm after playing golf; 3 dogs have had 2-3 ticks each; after working in her garden, one resident had a whopping 8 pulled off her body!

Bill has pulled off 5, one of which is being tested for Lyme. He himself is being treated proactively for the disease!

Birchwood Residents and neighbors, be aware!

            A Dreamers View..........

                                                      by Ed Handibode

           Ten Keys to Happiness by Deepak Chopra, M.D.

1.  Listen to your body's wisdom, which expresses itself through signals of comfort and discomfort.

            When choosing a certain behavior, ask your body, "How do you feel about this?" If your body sends a signal of physical or emotional distress, watch out. If your body sends a signal of comfort and eagerness, proceed.

2,  Live in the present, for it is the only moment you have.

            Keep your attention on what is here and now; look, for the fullness in every moment. Accept what comes to you totally and completely so that you can appreciate it, learn from it, and then let it go. The present is as it should be. It reflects infinite laws of Nature that have brought you this exact thought, this exact physical response. This moment is as it is because the universe is as it is. Don't struggle against the infinite scheme of things; instead, be at one with it.

3.  Take time to be silent, to meditate, to quiet the internal dialogue.

            In moments of silence, realize that you are recontacting your source of pure awareness. Pay attention to your inner life so that you can be guided by intuition rather than externally imposed interpretations of what is or isn't good for you.

4.  Relinquish your need for external approval.

            You alone are the judge of your worth; and your goal is to discover infinite worth in yourself, no matter what anyone else thinks. There is great freedom in this realization.

5.  When you find yourself reacting with anger or opposition to any person or circumstance, realize that you are only struggling with yourself.

            Putting up resistance is the response of defenses created by old hurts. When you relinquish this anger, you will be healing yourself and cooperating with the flow of the universe. 

6.  Know that the world "out there" reflects your reality "in here."

            The people you react to most strongly, whether with love or hate, are projections of your inner world. What you most hate is what you most deny in yourself. What you most love is what you most wish for in yourself. Use the mirror of relationships to guide your evolution. The goal is total self-knowledge. When you achieve that, what you most want will automatically be there, and what you most dislike will disappear.

7. Shed the burden of judgment--you will feel much lighter.

            Judgment imposes right and wrong on situations that just are. Everything can be understood and forgiven, but when you judge, you cut off understanding and shut down the process of learning to love. In judging others, you reflect your lack of self-acceptance. Remember that every person you forgive adds to your self-love.

8.  Don't contaminate your body with toxins, food, drink, or toxic emotions.

            Your body is more than a life-support system. It is the vehicle that will carry you on the journey of your evolution. The health of every cell directly contributes to your state of well-being, because every cell is a point
of awareness within the field of awareness that is you.

9.  Replace fear-motivated behavior with love-motivated behavior.

            Fear is the product of memory, which dwells in the past. Remembering what hurt us before, we direct our energies toward making certain that an old hurt will not repeat itself. But trying to impose the past on the present will never wipe out the threat of being hurt. That happens only when you find the security of your own
being, which is love. Motivate by the truth inside you, you can face any threat because your inner strength is invulnerable to fear.

10. Understand that the physical world is just a mirror of a deeper intelligence.

            Intelligence is the invisible organizer of all matter and energy, and since a portion of this intelligence resides in you, you share in the organizing power of the cosmos. Because you are inseparably linked to everything, you cannot afford to foul the planet's air and water. But at a deeper level, you cannot afford to live with a toxic mind, because every thought makes an impression on the whole field of intelligence. Living in balance and purity is the highest good for you and the Earth.


                                                     by Ed Handibode

       BSL Golf Tournament Winners

Saturday June 21, 2014

Cha Cha Cha Winners

       Putting Contest Winners - 6/14/14

WOMEN score
FRONT 9 Rita Herd 20
BACK 9 Betty Schuster 18

Men Score
Jerry Elie 18 (playoff)
Guy Imbesi 18 (playoff)

TOTAL - 18 HOLES Grace Piccola 38 (playoff) Alan Monteleone 33

Birchwood Discussion Group Shut Down!

Middle Island, June 3rd, 2014

Today, Face book site administrator Frank Matzen announced that the Face book online blog style website run as the BDG (Birchwood Discussion Group) has shut down and comments will no longer be posted as the link has been taken down from the Face book platform.

Thanks to Frank for taking the time to administer the site this past year. With the demise of the Face Book site, and last years shut down of the often maligned BSL Blog, the community is now dependant on the SLCN for monthly commentary and this BSL "Unofficial" Website (www.BSLinfo.com) for daily community updates.

Open speech at Birchwood, is now a thing of the past!

Tuesday Morning Golf Course Maintenance

                                                         by John Daly

Just a Reminder….

As we all know, Vince and his crew are doing an amazing job with our golf course. But, in order to do so, he requires the golf course including the practice area to be closed until 12pm.

Please abide by his wishes. The ranger on duty will put out the sign-in book when the course is ready for play.

We thank you for your understanding.

       BSL WC Party/Luncheon 6-9-14

                                               by Kathy Giannico

       Memorial Day 2014 @ Birchwood

                                                     by Mike Habich

Residents attending the annual Memorial Day Ceremony at the Veterans Wall show their appreciation to those that served and made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.

The BSL Veterans Group, led by Frank Piccola at the microphone had a wonderful ceremony that was well received by those in attendance.

A beautiful essay written by a Longwood H.S. Sophomore was read and dedicated to those that serve our country.

The presentation of the Memorial Wreath.

The next time you take your freedom for granted think about those that lost their lives to give it to you!

            Memorial Day 2014

         Golf Instructional Class Report

The Golf Instructional Class, sponsored by the Golf Committee, recently concluded its program giving residents an opportunity to learn the basics of playing this wonderful game. The class was aimed at beginners, high or mid handicappers or just players who wanted to improve their abilities.

Instruction was provided over a four week period and featured a “hands on” approach allowing participants to practice each skill.
Students learned sound fundamentals of putting, chipping, pitching, bunker play, and the full swing. They were also given publications from the USGA to help learn more about the game, its rules and proper golf etiquette.

Feedback from all participants was very positive and with sufficient interest the program might be offered again next year. Instructor, Alan Monteleone was very pleased with the enthusiasm of
his students and hoped they will carry this spirit out on our course. He also feels they have gained a renewed respect for the game, fellow golfers, our golf course, and the community in general. The added bonus was working with a very nice group of people.

     Red Hats & Purple Divas May Event

                                                    by Grace Piccola

The Red Hats and Purple Divas enjoyed an afternoon show at the STonybrook Educationals and Cultural Center.

The Red Skelton Story wa a great show and the tea and luncheon was delicious.

A great time was had by all. This picture is of a few of the Divas that attended.

          BSL Golf Guest Fees..... 2014

                                             Sent by John Daly, BSL Golf Committee

Please download and view the updated guest fees below for 2014 provided by the BSL Golf Committee.


Golf Guest Fees 2014-1.pdf

                                                by Fran Gentleman, HOA Director

                 Download Police Activity Forms Below

                        Click on the link to view & print


Police Activity Reports.pdf

                   Dial 911 for Emergency....SCPD 6th Precinct Direct Line is 854-8600


        *  * VETERANS  CLUB  FLASH *  *

      Submitted by Frank Dapolito, President Veterans Club

The Veterans Club will return to its original scheduling that was outlined at the beginning of this year.  Dates of remaining meetings for 2014 are as follows: 

            August 2nd    October 4th     December 6th

                    Please mark your calendars



           Attention Latin Dancers

                                                    by Pamela Frazier

Although meetings will not resume at Birchwood at Spring Lake for the Latin Dance Club, those who would like to continue to dance are invited to join me every Tuesday at 12:30 for a dance/exercise class at the Rose Caracappa Senior Center at the corner of North Ocean Avenue and Route 25A.

Those 60 years and older are eligible to attend this free class. For more information, telephone Pamela Frazier or email fraziep@sunysuffolk.edu. The center offers diverse opportunities for fun and educational activities.

   Birchwood Book Club Announcement

                                              by Marcia Attard

                                     Birchwood Book Club Spring Selections:

July 21, 2014 4-5pm Eastview

The Paris Wife by Paula McLain

Please bring a check for Aug luncheon details to follow

Meetings are held the third Monday of each month Eastview Clubhouse  4:00-5:00 pm

              Contact Marcia Attard 345-6285 for any further information

     Veterans Outreach Care Information

                                                           by Ed Handibode

VA care is now available at six locations in Nassau and Suffolk Counties!

Northport, Patchogue, Riverhead, East Meadow, Bay Shore, Valley Stream

Pre-registration is required.

Please Call: Community Relations Department: 631-261-4400  x7084/52507082
Enrollment assistance for new applicants

Update information for current users in VA Healthcare

New healthcare programs available to eligible veterans

Review medical benefits & eligibility

Please call 1 week prior to event.
Please bring a copy of your DD214 or Separation Papers

Your participation helps you & your fellow Veterans!



      Birchwood Snow Report-- 2013/2014


                         by Mike Habich

At the end of the season, all costs are added up and split according to the offering plan formula by all 733 residents for the next years snow assessment.

I have recorded all Birchwood snow events since 2006

Light Dusting               11/12/2013   Snow on grass only        No action needed

Light Dusting               12/8/2013    Snow on grass 0.50"       No Action needed

Light Snow Event         12/10/2013   Minor Accum. 1.25"        BSL Trucks Only

Snow to Rain               12/14/2013   3 inches Snow/Sleet      35 Yards Salt/Sand

Light Snow to Ice        12/17/2013   Minor Accum. 2.00"         Sand/Salt, OT & Ice Melt

Light Snow                 12/24/2013   Snow on grass & roads    Road salt & Shovel crews

Blizzard                      01/03/2014   Heavy snow 8-10 inches  Full road salt & shovel crews

Icy Roads & Courts      01/07/2014   Rain to deep freeze         Road and Court Salt/Sand

Icy Roads & Courts      01/10/2014   Rain freezing on surfaces Road sand & Salt crews

Heavy Snowfall           01/21/2014   Heavy accum. 12-14"      All crews will be utilized

Light Snow                 01/25/2014   Plowable Snowfall of 3"    Road, Salt & Shovel Crews

Light Snow                 01/29/2014   Plowable Snowfall of 3"    Road & Shovel Crews On site

Heavy Snow               02/03/2014   Plowable wet snow 8"      All crews utilized

Snow to Sleet            02/05/2014   Snow 3", to sleet to rain   All crews utilized

Light Dusting              02/10/2014   Snow 1.5 "                     Road & Shovel Crews

Snow/Rain/Snow         02/13/2014   Snow/Rain/Snow 9"         All crews utilized + Payloaders

Light Snow                 02/15/2015   Light Snow 2-4"             All crews utilized

Light Snow to Rain       02/18/2014   Snow 1-2"                    Hand Shovel Crews & Bobcats

Snow Flurries              02/27/2014   On and Off Snow            No accumulation on roads

Light Snowfall             03/02/2014   Dusting only .25"            Nothing spent. BSL Only

Moderate Snowfall       03/31/2014   Rain to snow 4"              No outside vendors. BSL Only

Light Dusting              04/16/2014   Rain to flurries                No outside vendors used.

Total # of snow events this season.........28

Total estimated snow in inches...............71.4



                                                     by Marge Rende

Monday, May 12, 2014 – Luncheon - 12:00 Noon
We Will Learn the Art of “Forcing Bulbs”
That Will Bloom Indoors & Be Ready to Plant Outdoors
In The Spring – All Materials Will Be Supplied
Everyone Will Go Home With a Completed Glass Garden
Registration: Monday, May 5, 2014
E. View – 5:00-6:00 PM $15.00 PP(Lunch & Supplies Inclusive)

We need models for the BSL Paid-Up Luncheon in October.

Sizes: 9 or Less to size 24. Fashions supplied by Dress Barn.

If interested Call JoAnn- 205-5805

All Luncheons Are for Paid-Up Members Only

Become a Member - Membership Renewal $30.00 Per Year Make All Checks Payable to:

Women's Club of Birchwood At Spring Lake, Inc.(Separate Checks For Luncheon Checks Please)


                       BSL VETERANS Tax Exemptions

                                                    by Frank Dapolito

New York State Authorizes Veterans' School Tax Exemptions:

Secretary Ed contacted the Assessor’s Office in the Town of Brookhaven regarding the information below and we were told the following: “The Town has approved the deduction and now it is up to the School District to say yes or no to the deduction.”  

Albany, N.Y. (AP) - New York's school districts can authorize partial property tax exemptions for military veterans under a new state law. The measure signed this week by Gov. Andrew Cuomo was effective immediately. Legislative sponsors say veterans already qualify for partial tax exemptions on municipal property taxes but have had to pay back the school tax portion.

The new law leaves the decision up to school boards whether to adopt resolutions to provide the exemptions. They include 15 percent reductions in assessed value for veterans who served during a time of war, another 10 percent for those who were in combat zones, and an additional reduction for service-connected disabilities. Sponsors say the fiscal implications remain to be determined.

Following is the Website



      Updated Clubs & Committee Listing

                           Click the link below to download and view the document


Clubs & Committee 2013.docx

                    Thanks to Linda Schulman of the BSL Management Office for this information

      Attention: Birchwood Snowbirds!

Please view the file below which contains the 2013/2014 Snowbird Information form for filing with the management office.

Save a trip to the office by downloading and printing this form and then drop it off before you leave for warmer climates.

Just click on the link to view and print.

Snowbird information sent by:

Linda Schulman, BSL Management Office

                                               Click Below To View The Form





        LIPA Power Outage Information

Call LIPA @ 1-800-966-4818 to Complain


Well, I'm sure many of you are as frustrated as I am with the frequent power outages. I am doing everything possible to get this resolved for you but perhaps this is one of those times when all of us working together will have a greater impact.

So I'm asking each of you to please call LIPA every time you experience a glitch. The number to call is their Business Call Center at 800-966-4818. When you get the menu for services, press O for a representative.

Perhaps when this becomes inconvenient for them they will address the problem and resolve it.

Thanks for your support and for your patience with us as we address the resultant gate, telephone and pool issues caused by the outages. We feel your pain!

Nancy and the office staff

     Birchwood HOA Board of Directors

                                         Your 2014 HOA Board Members 

      Fran Gentleman .................................................................HOA  President
                                                                                            HOA Vice President
      Bari Weiss.........................................................................HOA Secretary
      Pat Olson..........................................................................HOA Treasurer
      Kevin Mann, Jean Crescenzo, Bob Golden.................................HOA Directors

                                                   Appointed Positions

      Michael Habich........................................................Recording Secretary (Non Voting)

     Birchwood HOA Finance Committee

                                    Your 2014 Finance Committee Members

                 Michael Habich, Committee Chairperson , Diane Mami, Vice Chairperson

                  Richard Gerien CPA, Pat Olson, HOA Treasurer,  Ron DeRosa, Members



                 Gatehouse/Security Rules & Procedures

                                       Click This Link To The Gatehouse Page

                      Click the Link Below to Download, View and Print the Rules Booklet


Gatehouse Procedures Rev 04-05-12.pdf

            Gatehouse Permanent Guest List Official Form

                                    Click below to Download, View, Print the Form


Gatehouse Permanent Guest List Form 04-06-12.pdf




                "Clubs & Committees" directory available.

Click the link below to view and print a comprehensive listing of all clubs and committees put together
by Linda Schulman of our Birchwood management office.


Clubs & Committee 2013.docx


                   No Parking "Tow Away" Zones Being Enforced.

Vehicles left in the no parking zones in the community will be towed. It will cost between $140.00 - $150.00 for the tow charge and $25.00 per day for storage. Please obey all "No Parking" signs to avoid a costly towing bill.

 Illegally Parked Vehicles Towed By: A-1 Towing, Inc. 631-467-5544





        HOA "Rules & Regulations" Book

The Birchwood Board of Directors has prepared a new booklet that combines all of the current rules and
regulations that residents into one handy document. This booklet is available online as a "Go Green" option
and you may download the book here and save it your computer.

              This document provided by Jean Crescenzo, Birchwood Board of Directors.



Rules & Regulations Booklet January 2012.doc





     $10.00 pp BSL Residents Only

 Call Marge Rende for Info 205-0007- Click for Schedule


          Weather Forecast for BSL!

          Click link Below for this  feature!

           Weather Forecast-Middle Island 

         Detailed 3 day Forecast & Other Data...


           New Residents     Click Here!      (F.A.Q.) For Frequently Asked Questions Document!

                        Birchwood  "Owners Manual"
Rules & Regulations Below    


Rules & Regulations Booklet January 2012.doc

         Birchwood "Swimming Pool"  Rules & Regulations- CLICK HERE to DOWNLOAD


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