They have said that they are 15 cents or so short. It's been that way for a while, and it seems to be priority #1 of the current management team to change that. That said, I am certain, barring any economic meltdown, that the current dividend is secure and will not be cut.
The former CEO(and founder)George Cates used to say that a normal part of the business model was to sell a property or two every year(usually an older one), and the capital gain would be more than enough to offset the slightly aggressive dividend. I believe that is how it got to where it is now. I think the new CEO may see that a bit different and thus the focus on increasing F.A.D.
Anyway, sleep sound. These guys are taking care of business.