As we began a new year, our emphasis was to push forward with

As we began a new year, our emphasis was
to push forward with some of the larger
ongoing projects throughout the complex.
Here now are some updates on a few of these
projects.
The siding project has definitely benefited from the lack of
rain so far this year. The roofers have been able to move
forward without delays. In the past five weeks the roofers
were able to replace the siding on 7 units. The Board has
set aside a total of $382,980 in reserve funds to re-side 52
units and replace 20 flat roofs in FY2012. So far this fiscal
year, we have replaced the siding on 21 units and 9 flat
roofs; which has cost the Association $164,131. We now
have only the siding replacement on 31 model 10-series
units to complete. The roofers are currently working on
the siding replacement on two units in court 21.
One of the largest projects the Association has scheduled
this fiscal year is the replacement of the pool deck at the
Flores pool. The chemicals from the pool have damaged
and etched the concrete surface of the deck and the deck
will need to be replaced. The Board has approved and
awarded the concrete work to Terry Brewer Concrete. The
new deck cost the Association approximately $45,500 plus
another $9,000 possibly for pipe repairs. The installation
of the deck, new handrails, deck numbers, and other
renovations has been completed around the Flores pool.
The pool has been acid washed and refilled and we are
currently working on the repairs and painting to the iron
fences around the pool. I am hoping to have the Flores
pool open for use by the end of March. Nevertheless, the
Baywood pool will be heated and open for the resident’s
use.
The painting project continues to move forward at a steady
pace. The maintenance crew is currently working on the
repairs for painting in court 88 and will be moving into
court 89 within the next two weeks. Court 87 is currently
being painted and the maintenance crew will move into
court 88 once the repairs have been completed.
The Association has been receiving quite a
few complaints about barking dogs. If the
monitors receive the complaints, they will
investigate. If they are able to verify the
facts, they will issue violation notices.
PET LEASH RULES:
No household pet(s) shall be allowed in common areas unless they are
on a leash. While walking your pet(s) in the common areas, you
MUST clean-up after them or you could be fined. Pet(s) are not
allowed to be tied up in front of a condo in the common area. Pet(s)
found wandering loose in Mesa Village will be turned over to the San
Diego Animal Control.
The rules are in effect at ALL times. Violations will be issued and
possible fines levied to residents who do not comply with these Rules
& Regulations. If you see anyone not complying with the rules, please
report it to the Mesa Village Monitors at (858)442-5431.
It has been observed that many units have overgrown trees, shrubs and
vines. Please inspect your patios and exclusive areas for signs of these
problems and do trimmings as necessary. Following are the items to
look for:
 Trees hovering or laying on roofs or chimneys
 Vines growing on walls, fascia or fences
 Shrubs, trees or vines protruding into the common area
 Tree roots causing damage to structures such as fences, sidewalks,
foundations and plumbing
The monitors will be issuing violations as needed which could result in
fines. If you have any questions, please call the office.
Spring cleaning, getting a new appliance, bed or dresser? If so,
remember your carport is not meant for storing these new items or the
old items. However, if you are making arrangements to have Good
will, Amvets or another company pick items up, please call the
monitors and let them know the date. On the day of the pickup, place
the item in your carport. Please make sure you give security the exact
date. Do not place items in the carport until the day of the pick up.
Help Keep Your Neighborhood Litter Free
 Do not pack trash tightly in your container.
Some other projects scheduled for the fiscal year are  Trash should be bagged or wrapped before placing in trash
approximately $170,000 in asphalt work, vinyl windows containers.
installation in both rec-hall buildings, and the trimming of  To reduce insects and rodents, keep containers clean.
many of the larger tree in the Association.
Mesa Village Seniors
We have noticed an increase in remodeling,
upgrades and architectural changes going on
throughout the Association. While this usually
increases property values, there are guidelines
and requirements that need to be followed. Any exterior changes
MUST have an approved Architecture Request Form and Release
filed at the main office and
WRITTEN PRELIMINARY
APPROVAL MUST BE RECIEVED PRIOR TO STARTING.
All projects that have not been approved by the office or Board are
subject to removal at the homeowner’s expense. This could be
costly. Architectural changes can take up to 45 days for approval or
denial. If you have any questions regarding these procedures, please
call the office at (858)566-0244 ext 2.
Are you over 55, active and looking for new friends? We
have an established group of people that have become friends
and have been getting together for activities and social events.
Right now we are meeting for game nights on the 3rd
Thursday of the month (next event March 15th). We will be
discussing changing the day, because many people have told
me that they have commitments on the 3rd Thursdays.
We have gone out to dinner (Thai food), watched the Miramar
Air Show from Lake Miramar, etc. Some of the events we are
thinking about are a tour of backyard gardens; a trip to Balboa
Park for a free museum tour and attending a Padre Baseball
game.
We would appreciate your input and involvement.
For information, please contact Dale Axcell at 858-935-9889.
Many of you are already aware that
during the evenings
and weekends, parking tends to become a problem. When parking
your vehicles certain considerations should be put to use.
 You should utilize your carport for parking before parking on
the street.
 Larger profile vehicles should be parked at least 15 feet away
from a courtyard entrance or parked in the cul de sac.
 Vehicles parallel parked on the street should not block the
courtyards or sidewalks in any way. (This is cause for the
issuance of violations, fines and or towing.)
 Parallel parked vehicles should pull up as close as possible to
the next vehicle in order to optimize space.
 Vehicles parked in the cul de sac must be parked between the
parallel lines to optimize parking. (Not doing so is cause for the
issuance of violations, fines or towing)
 Parking is first come first served.
 Trash pick up day utilizes a lot of curb space; as a courtesy,
place your garbage can in a red zone even if it’s across the
street.
If we all try and follow these steps, we can improve the parking
situation greatly and make our neighbors happy.
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