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Black Bear on Nadine Print E-mail
A black bear was sighted Sunday afternoon, June 3, 2012, walking down the middle of Nadine blvd before wandering into the nearby woods.

According to Andrea Hess, volunteer for THE AMERICAN BEAR ASSOCIATION, you should:

  • Stay calm - DO NOT RUN (running may elicit a chase response by the bear).

  • Pick up children so they don't run or scream; restrain dog; avoid eye contact and talk in soothing voice.

  • If the bear stands up, he is NOT going to attack but is curious and wants a better sniff or view.

  • Back away slowly; if bear chomps jaw, lunges, or slaps ground or brush with paw, he feels threatened.

  • Slowly retreat from area or make wide detour around bear; don't crowd or block bear's escape route.

Note: Bear attacks on humans are extremely rare. A person is 180 times more likely to be killed by a bee and 160,000 times more likely to die in a car accident. Most injuries from black bears occur when people try to feed, pet, or crowd them. Bears will nip or cuff bad-mannered humans, as they will bad-mannered bears.  They are very strong and powerful animals; bears should always be treated with caution and respect

Every crime scene tells a story Print E-mail
Stillwater lakes has a Bad Reputation !!!

In the murky shadows of the poconos, an unsuspecting couple buy a home in a planned development. Several years later, they are the target of the local legal and judicial system. Cracking this crime resonating with bone-chilling echoes of a secrete society, the new homeowners must outwit an enemy with years of Theft and fraud to hide.

And like us who fight for justice against seemingly insurmountable odds.
Stillwater Lakes Bad Reputation Print E-mail
Stillwater lakes has a Bad Reputation !!!

Having a bad reputation may not be desirable, but it does make you more likely to be seen — literally. A new study finds that, all other things being equal, people are more likely to pay attention to faces that have been associated with negative gossip than those with neutral or positive associations.

This vigilante superhero film tells the tale of an average teenager who decides to don a costume and fight crime. Comic book geek Dave Lizewski may not have good coordination or special powers, but that doesn't mean he isn't a fully capable crime fighter. After purchasing a flashy wet suit on the Internet, Dave starts busting up baddies with nothing but brute force. He calls himself Kick-Ass, and he can take a beating as good as he can dish one out. Before long, Kick-Ass has become a local sensation, and others are following his lead. Big Daddy and Hit-Girl are a father-daughter crime-fighting duo who have set their sights on local mob. They're doing a decent job of dismantling the underworld empire when Kick-Ass gets drawn into the fray. But the Board plays rough, and ... STAY Tuned for more...

The study contributes to a body of work showing that far from being objective, our perceptions are shaped by unconscious brain processes that determine what we "choose" to see or ignore — even before we become aware of it. The findings also add to the idea that the brain evolved to be particularly sensitive to "bad guys" or cheaters — fellow humans like board members who undermine social life by deception, theft or other non-cooperative behavior.

And like us who fight for justice against against seemingly insurmountable odds.
HOAs and the first amendment...which one is more powerful? Print E-mail
Stillwater news has gone national!!! Even though the Pocono Record doesn't find local fraud, corruption, and the use of our judicial system to harass residents newsworthy (says something, doesn't it?), apparently others in this country disagree and still value the rights guaranteed to all citizens by our Constitution.

"Though this case began more than three years ago, all of the websites mentioned are still up and active. In fact, the "non-official" sites seem to be better maintained than the official one!"

Continue reading on Examiner.com - West Palm Beach Read more at Examiner.com
Blue skies for the July 9, Annual meeting Print E-mail
We expect blue skies for this years annual meeting.

The Sun is shinin' in the sky, There ain't a cloud in sight, It's stopped rainin' Everybody's in a play And don't you know It's a beautiful new day. .

Lets make this the year we hold SLCA accoutable for the developments current state.

Ask the Board to tell us why:

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