July 2018 Newsletter
Posted By kthomson on August 29, 2018
July 2018 Board of Directors Meeting
The July 2018 Board of Directors Meeting will be held on Monday, July 23, 2018 in the gym at 6:00pm.
Annual Meeting – TURN IN YOUR BALLOTS
The Annual Meeting will be reconvened on July 23, 2018 at 6:00pm in the gym. In order for the Association to make quorum please make sure you have turned in your ballot. If you need a new ballot please contact Management.
At the June Meeting
At the June Meeting, the security committee came up with some great ideas for the building, which Management and the committee are currently seeking out proposals for. The Board approved the 2018 Reserve analyst and auditor. Repairs from the 5yr Fire sprinkler inspection were approved and lastly, there is a cost increase to the Owners for Move In/Out to $160 for a 4-hour window.
Comic-Con Street Closures this Year
|The San Diego Convention Center, the City of San Diego and the Port of San Diego have announced a new traffic route that creates a pedestrian-only experience during Comic-Con International 2018.
WHEN IS THIS HAPPENING?
Harbor Drive will reopen to traffic after the hours listed above. There will still be access to the waterfront for pedestrians via the Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge, along the sidewalk near the Hilton Bayfront. If you have questions related to the street closures, contact Barbara Cosio Moreno at email@example.com or 619-525-5253. Regarding Comic-Con, media can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emergency Situation Protocol
In any type of emergency situation, maintenance or life threatening, do NOT email – PLEASE CALL! Action and Action After-Hours can be reached at 949-450-0202. If you are experiencing a water intrusion and have called it in, DO NOT LEAVE your unit even if it is a slow back up. You may end up being responsible for damages due to negligence. If there is anything that is life threatening, do not hesitate to call 9-1-1
Clean & Safe – (619) 234-8900
Residents are encouraged to call Clean & Safe if they notice homeless loitering at Columbia Place. Clean & Safe will ask the homeless to leave and provide them locations of shelters. Additionally, if residents notice graffiti, broken glass, garbage on the sidewalks around the community on a day where Boiling Maintenance is not onsite, these things can also be reported to Clean & Safe. This is an initiative by the City of San Diego that all downtown residents pay for via property taxes, take advantage of this to keep the area “clean and safe!”