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No May HOA Meeting

From Bob Mann:

Subject: May HOA meeting
Date: Wed, 9 May 2018 00:36:11 +0000 (UTC)
From: Robert Mann

We are cancelling the May HOA meeting.With nothing new to report, cancelling was the best option.

We will see everyone on June 14th.

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DPG Pancake Breakfast

The April 2018 DPG Pancake Breakfast was a great success with food, fun and funding. The only photo I have is this – most of the volunteer crew that put it all together, so if you have more photos or information please share.

DPG Breakfast Volunteers
DPG Breakfast Volunteers

Thanks to all for a great time in service of our community.

4/11/2018 Board Minutes

San Vicente Homeowners Board Meeting Minutes

Monthly Meeting

April 11, 2018

www.svmha.com

email: svmha.340oldmill@yahoo.com

Meeting called to order at 7:00

Officers Present: Bob Mann, Mark Allen

Board Members Present: Lilith Imbrogno, George Misbeek, Cindy Enderby, Dick Mires, Don Webb, Ellen Duke

Board Members Absent: Cheryl Mrachek, Carolyn Howe, Tony Jimenez

The minutes from the March 8th meeting: motion to approve was made by Dick Mires and 2nd by Mark Allen

Guests: 18 guests were in attendance.

Treasurer’s Report:

Checking Balance $5118.86

Income $0

Expenses $1702.50

Balance as of March 31, 2018 $3416.36

Legal Defense Money Market $20945.96

Interest $2.58

Money Market as of Mar.31, 2018 $20948.54

Expenses for March: Bank charge of $2.50 and Check to Brown and Brown insurance for $1700.00

 

Social Committee Report: Mollie Mann: next event will be Champagne Brunch, April 21st 5 spots are still open. This will be catered by Stanley and Martha of course. Cost is $10.00 per resident and $12 for guests. Details will be in the Voice.

Ellen reported that St. Vincent’s management is not ready with the new rules package documents. Also sent pictures of Park to management for repair work. She requested an open ended up to $2000.00 for Bruce Stanton, attorney, for review of the documents after SVHOA and GSMOL committees have reviewed them. Motion was 2nd by Cindy and it passed. Ellen also informed the meeting that after the documents are received, Rosa will then call a meeting of the Park residents regarding the water issue.

DPG Report: Bob Enderby is holding a Fund raiser for DPG with a pancake breakfast on Saturday, April 14th from 10-1:00 pm. Cost is $7.00 and there are 65 people signed up. There will be a discussion on Earthquake safety. Next meeting will be June.

Business: Motion was made by Bob Mann to include the Art Committee on the alcohol insurance policy and 2nd by Don Webb, passed.

New Business: The HOA will reimburse John Wiley $18.00 for SVMHP website domain name. This is annual, motion made by Dick Mires second by Lilith, passed. Spring cleaning dumpsters are here. No contractor’s waste to be permitted as last year someone filled one of the dumpsters costing Mgmt. unnecessary expense. Please call office immediately if this is observed.

Questions put forth from homeowners to HOA:

Management Inspection of Units and Sites: Notice put in our tubes states that they will do 30 units a month so doing the math that will be

9 months, an extraordinary amount of time. Previous mgmt. did this task in 5-7 days, why is the process going to take so long? Since there are many unacceptable, not up to standard units now that should be written up in a timely manner will they be continued to be allowed if it is not their particular month to be inspected? (it is evident from a walk around the Park that many are sliding thru the cracks as shabby outward appearance continues month after month) HCD has a check list of what needs to be inspected and in good order, i.e.: handrails, stairs etc.

A good suggestion was made by a resident, since our crew every month has to read the meters and as such can clearly see poor upkeep could they make a note of the space number and give to mgmt. to look into further? Another resident noted that last year some residents were notified to get their sagging siding fixed and others that were unable or unwilling to clean up the weeds had our crew do it for them and then were billed for it.

The Redo of the cracks around the Pool: Appears only one side of the pool was done.

Dead/Dying Bushes: There are dead and dying rose bushes under the San Vicente signage at the back gate. Might they be replaced with living rose bushes?

Rosa’s, Mary’s and Isabel’s email addresses are available from the office.

Speeding still a problem……………..SLOW DOWN

Thank you for supporting your HOA

Next HOA meeting will be May 10th, 2018 at 7:00 pm

Motion to adjourn made by Tony, Lilith 2nd

Meeting adjourned at 8:10 PM

Drainage Above SVMHP

This afternoon we flew past SV and snapped pix of the drainage area above San Vicente. Here’s a wide shot.

Our main drainage is the small creek running up the center slightly toward the right. The main drainage from the mountains runs to the left behind the top of that first low hill of the San Marcos Foothills open space. In a major flood that’s where the vast majority of runoff would go. Even if SM Foothills was burnt bare, any debris flow would be relatively minor here at SV.

You can also see the smaller channel that drains to Cathedral Oaks from the left side of the pic. Also potential for flow down 154 that would collect below the overpass. All that water drains through the culvert that feeds the channel through our open space. In a major flood that would overflow and/or get plugged by debris so the water would then spread out and head downhill, probably mostly along roads as it spread out beneath the overpass.

A closer look shows how our main creek leads down to the Foothill/154 underpass.

There, in event of an overflow at the inlet to our culvert, the electrical substation might be impacted. That whole area would flood, and eventually some might enter SV and/or begin to flow to the left on Cathedral Oaks and/or right on Foothill. This seems to match the small SV flood risk areas on the map published here related to the 2015 El Nino prep meeting (click to view). Some of our streets might flow with water and Rancho next door might be more impacted in such an event.

For frequently updated info on the current major rain event and flooding potential sign up for SBitZ.NET and Edhat, and watch KEYT on channels 3.1 and 3.2 or online.