Fall is just around the corner, and in anticipation, the seasonal colors have been planted at the entrance. Thank you to our landscape committee and our landscape company, and especially Vicki Bousman, who has chaired the committee for the past 2 years, for maintaining the beauty of the landscaping throughout the community. Our pool remains open, and with the warm weather we usually experience in September, you may want to take advantage of that. While at the pool, take a look at the Little Free Library, if you haven’t already. It continues to be quite popular…take a book and/or leave a book for others to enjoy.
A big welcome to our new owners and residents! Hopefully in the next month or so we will be able to have a community “meet and greet” social to welcome you in person. We have not held a social event in well over 2 years, mostly due to Covid, so we are looking forward to planning something soon.
The Board of Directors meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. Currently these are held via Zoom. All community members are welcome to join. The information is posted on the website, and the bulletin board outside the pool prior to each meeting. Concerns expressed by members at recent meetings being addressed by the Board include the following:
People ignoring the stop signs and speed limit in the community. Obviously this is dangerous. Owners, please inform your tenants, and all residents, please inform your guests. If this cannot be corrected by word of mouth, the Board may have to take more serious (and expensive) measures.
Safety at the pool: Consider using a “buddy” system rather than swimming alone when no one else is in the pool area. Keep your pool key out where you can grab it if you need to get out the gate in a hurry. We are also looking into other types of locks where the inside would not require a key. A special “shout-out” to Ron Thompson who continues to assist with our maintenance issues.
Sewer back-ups: The repairs and maintenance of the sewer are the homeowner’s responsibility from the house to the main line, as it is an exclusive use item. Therefore, it is very important to use a root killer product in your sewer lines on a regular basis. If residents who have experienced these problems have a plumber they would recommend, they can post it on the bulletin board inside the pool, or comment on the website. Please include your contact information.
And, yet again, Pet Owners, please be good neighbors. Pick up after your pet and dispose of it properly! It is not just unsightly, it is unhealthy.
For Maintenance requests, forms, questions, concerns, emergencies, etc. contact Dana Pacific Management at (949) 248-4300 or firstname.lastname@example.org