MAY 2021 At our April Board meeting, one of our homeowners (thank you, Michele Soutner!) proposed that Captain's Hill purchase a Little Free Library. The Board enthusiastically endorsed the idea, and approved the proposal. The non-profit organization, "Little Free Library" hopes to build
As we write this, it appears that Orange County's Covid news is good, and possibly as early as next week, we may move from the purple tier into the less restrictive red tier. Hopefully before too long we may be able to socialize! Meanwhile, we are reminded to continue to wear our masks and keep
JANUARY 2021 HAPPY NEW YEAR! Although it isn't off to a wonderful start, we hope this year will prove to be much better than last. Welcome to all the new owners who joined us last year. Under normal circumstances we would have been able to welcome you in person at a "meet-and-greet" social. Maybe
OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2020 ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION: The meeting will be held November 17 at 6pm, via Zoom. The election materials and ballots have been mailed, and should have been received by all homeowners. This year ballots can only be returned by mail, so it is VERY important for everyone to
AUGUST 2020 ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION: All homeowners should have just received a candidate registration form. Although our annual meeting isn't until November, this year the election process must begin early due to passage of SB323. This law required a revision of our Membership Meeting and
JUNE 2020 LANDSCAPING: Let's start with the good news! As we're sure you've all noticed, the landscaping at the entrance has been completed and is a much needed improvement. Actually, it is not quite completed, as there will be plants added to hide the chainlink fence. Also, once the monument has
APRIL 2020 CORONAVIRUS: This month we are all still trying to adjust to our "new normal". Or, as one internet pundit put it, "Who knew when we changed our clocks, we would go from Standard Time to The Twilight Zone!" As you are probably aware, the Association has had to make some changes.
MARCH 2020 FRONT ENTRANCE: In the January newsletter we optimistically stated that the work on the monument should have already been started. Obviously that was not the case, so you're wondering...what happened? Well, the city needed to approve the monument project, and the beaurocratic