September 2019 Newsletter
Posted By kthomson on September 26, 2019
Save the Date!
1Mission’s first annual Potluck is almost here! Join your neighbors this Sunday, September 8th from 5:00pm – 7:00pm in the courtyard. Bring a dish to share, a beverage of your choice, and get to know your neighbors! Tables will be set up in the courtyard, and paper plates and plastic ware will be provided. Please bring serving utensils if your dish requires it.
Developer Defect – Volunteer needed
In an effort to evaluate the proposed design for 1Mission’s negative air pressure solution, Ivey Engineering is requesting two units to serve as pilot units to analyze the scope of the repair work so it can be bid out for the rest of the units. This work will involve opening up the drywall in the bathrooms, installing additional equipment and ducting, after which the impacted area will be restored to its original condition. One unit has already been identified. If your unit is on the third or fourth floor, and you would like to volunteer, please contact Patrick Anderson (email@example.com).
Congratulations to Jeannine Greenwell and Marty Jansen! They were the winners of the Padres tickets that were raffled off at the August Board meeting. The tickets were provided by one of the Association’s vendors. Enjoy!
Prior to the commencement of any addition, alteration or construction work of any type in a Residential Unit at 1Mission, you must first determine if an Architectural application needs to be submitted based on the type of change being proposed. Please refer to the 1Mission ARC Application and Guidelines on the Action Resident Portal at https://resident.actionlife.com for additional information. Examples of work that will not require architectural approval include:
- Window coverings that meet the colors allowed by the Rules and Regulations
- Interior Painting
- Appliance change out
- Closet organizers (following Vibration/Fastener guidelines in the ARC application)
- Dimmer switches
- Interior chandelier or fan installation at existing J-box.
If you aren’t sure, please contact Management for clarification. Even if an application isn’t required, please notify Management of any noisy activities planned for your unit so that notices can be posted as a courtesy to your neighbors.
All moves into and out of the building need to be coordinated in advance with Management. They will work with you to setup your move and schedule a move coordinator if needed who will be on site on the day of your move to pad the elevator and hallway floors, monitor the move, watch the front door, as well as determine if any damage was done during the move. Management will work to notify residents of upcoming moves via postings in the elevator. This is necessary to protect Association property and to keep residents informed of activities taking place in the building.
All deliveries of large items need to be coordinated in advance with Management so that they can arrange to have the elevator padded. It is the owner’s responsibility to make sure that the padded elevator is used.
Several months ago the Association was informed that Ascent Realty’s community room was being repurposed and would no longer be available for monthly Association meetings. Since that time we have been able to use the courtyard for meetings, however summer is coming to an end and we need to identify an alternative meeting location. Do you know of any rooms in the community that could be a viable option? Action Property Management has a meeting room located downtown which is an option, however parking can be challenging. The goal is to find a location that makes it easy for owners to attend and be involved in the Association.
A Request for Proposal (RFP) has been sent out to multiple vendors for the replacement and re-sloping of the cast iron waste pipes in the G1 garage. Once the Board selects a vendor we will schedule this work as quickly as possible. It will require vehicles in the G1 parking garage to be moved between 8am and 5pm weekdays for the duration of the project which may extend several weeks. If you are planning to be on travel for an extended period of time please coordinate with Management or provide a neighbor with a way to move your vehicle since the exact schedule for the work is not known at this time. If you park in G2 and have a spare spot you may be able to help your neighbors by letting them use it during the work. The remainder of the plumbing preventative maintenance will be scheduled for the units in stacks 1-7 as soon as the re-sloping project has been completed.
Elevator Lobby Flooring Repair
The Association is working to identify a vendor to repair the damage to the 5th floor elevator lobby that occurred during a move. Vendors contacted so far have been unwilling to do the work due to a concern for matching the existing finish. If you are having construction done or have an upcoming move, please make sure your vendor does not tape anything to the concrete as it damages the finish.
Storage in Parking Spaces
Please remember there is no storage of personal items allowed in the parking spaces and owners are responsible for maintenance of their assigned parking spaces.
1Mission Community Contact List
There was no 1Mission community contact list sent out in July since there were no updates. The next update is scheduled for October. If you would like to be added to the list or have any changes, please send an email with your information or update to 1Mcommunity.firstname.lastname@example.org by September 30, 2019.