October 2019 Newsletter
Posted By kthomson on October 21, 2019
Please be aware that two vehicles parked in the G1 resident parking area were broken into and valuables were taken. Keep an eye out for people loitering in the garage or following through the gates, and report any suspicious activity to the San Diego Police. They have been notified of this break in. The Board is securing quotes for an upgrade to our security cameras as the current system is no longer able to view recordings.
Board Member Bob Ritz has resigned due to the sale of his unit. As specified by the Association Bylaws the Board will select an interim Board Member at the next Board Meeting to serve until the next Annual Meeting in March 2020. This means there will be two seats open at the next election, one for one year and one for two years.
Meeting Date Change
The Regular Session Board Meeting has been moved to the first Monday of the month, with the next meeting scheduled for November 4th at 6:30pm. The location has yet to be determined, so please consult the elevator agenda posting when it comes out. Since the meeting date is now at the beginning of the month, the Association may hold a meeting in December, if there is business to conduct, since there is no longer a conflict with the holidays.
Exclusive Use Areas shall not be used for storage except for areas designated as Storage Space Exclusive Use Areas on the Condominium Plan. This means no storage in parking spaces, balconies, and patios. Please document any violations you notice and provide it to Management.
Cornerstone Managing Partners, the Association’s Construction Manager, secured three quotes for the replacement and re-sloping of the cast iron waste pipes in the G1 garage that go to the sewer line on Goldfinch Street. The Board selected Sherwood Mechanical at the last meeting, and the project is scheduled to commence on November 4th. Action sent an email to the community regarding this project on 10/17/2019 that provides information from Cornerstone with details about the project, including a link to a website Cornerstone created to provide project updates. If you park in G2 and have a spare parking space, you may be able to help your neighbors by letting them use it during the project. 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. If you have questions about the Pipe Replacement project please call Cornerstone at (619) 507-9466 or email email@example.com
Did You Get the Memo?
Check with your neighbor to make sure they are receiving eblast notices from Action, including the Cornerstone communication sent on 10/17/2019. If not, they should check their Junk or Spam folders and contact the Manager Assistant Kaysia Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org if they can’t find anything. With the upcoming construction and maintenance projects it is essential that Management can communicate effectively to the entire community including both owners and tenants.
The Association has scheduled for the fall window washing to take place starting Monday November 18th in order for windows to be clean as we head into the holiday season. Additional information will be provided as the date nears.
1Mission Community Contact List
There was an update to the 1Mission community contact list sent out this month. The next update is scheduled for January. 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.email@example.com by December 30, 2019.