Boulevard 1 Maintenance Corporation

MARCH 2015
Boulevard 1 Maintenance Corporation
www.Boulevard1HOA.org
Professionally Managed by Keystone Pacific Property Management, Inc. - 16775 Von Karman, Ste. 100 Irvine, CA 92606
HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY!
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Tuesday, March 17, 2015
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
President: Karen Smith
Vice-President: Elisa Vallejo
Treasurer: Jose Reyes
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NEXT BOARD MEETING:
Tuesday, April , Date TBD
519 S. Anaheim Blvd.
Anaheim, CA 92805
IN CASE YOU FORGOT OR DIDN’T KNOW…
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Dogs must be walked on a leash at all times. Homeowners are
required to pick up after their pets at all times. Failure to do
either will result in a consequential violation notice, hearing
and fine.
Garages are built to accommodate two (2) cars. This means
households with two cars must utilize both garage spots for
cars. Therefore, you should not be using one spot for your car
and one spot for storage, all while parking your second car in
front of your unit or in guest spots.
Do not leave your garage doors open! This is for your own
safety. The community is not gated, and so leaving your
garage doors open, even for a short period of time, makes
homeowners vulnerable to vagabonds and burglars.
ALL replacements/modifications to the exterior of your home
must be approved by the Board. This includes, but is not
limited to: doors, door knobs, door locks, etc. Failure to
comply will result in a violation notice, hearing and fine. The
Board may also ask that you remove the replacement.
Items can NOT be nailed/drilled into the exterior of the
property. This includes items nailed to the front door or the
exterior stucco. Doing so will result in a violation and you will
be required to remove such objects in order to incur additional
fines. Items include, but are not limited to: surveillance
cameras, wind chimes, flag stands, name plaques,
decorations.
The final agenda will be posted at least 4
days prior to the meeting. You may also
obtain a copy of the agenda by contacting
the Property Manager at (949) 838-3218
or by e-mailing a request to
[email protected]
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IMPORTANT CONTACT
INFORMATION:
ASSOCIATION MANAGER:
Lisa Munson
Phone: 949-838-3218
Fax: 949-833-0919
E-mail: [email protected]
EMERGENCY AFTER HOURS
Phone: 949-833-2600
BILLING QUESTIONS/ ADDRESS
CHANGES/ WEBSITE LOGIN:
Phone: 949-833-2600
E-mail: [email protected]
ARCHITECTURAL DESK:
Phone: 949-838-3239
E-mail: [email protected]
WWW.BOULEVARD1HOA.ORG
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MARCH 2015 REMINDERS
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KEYSTONE PACIFIC BUSINESS HOURS
Monday - Friday 9:00AM - 5:00PM
For after-hours association maintenance issues, please call
(949) 833-2600 to be connected with the emergency service
line.
Daylight Savings Time Begins, March 8th , 2015
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HAPPY ST. PARTRICK’S DAY! — Tuesday, March 17th
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BOARD MEETING — April, 14TH 2015
Location: Keystone Pacific Property Management
16775 Von Karman Ave. Suite 100
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TRASH PICK-UP DAY — WEDNESDAY
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JANITORIAL SERVICE — THURSDAY
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STREET SWEPING DAY — 2nd FRIDAY
PATIO LIGHT BULB REPLACEMENT
This is the homeowners responsibility to
maintain. Please see the link below for the information on ordering for your property.
http://www.cesco.com/b2c/product/553379
TRASH REMINDER
Please remember to remove flyers, phonebooks and newsletter from front of the
homes and around the community.
COMMUNITY SAFETY-CRIME PREVENTION
Often times the safest neighborhoods can become victims of crimes and vandalism. Keeping informed of the
potential hazards and watchful eye in the community can make a huge impact on keeping your
neighborhood safe.
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Get to know your neighbors. This not only helps to foster a healthy community spirit, but it also helps to
protect the neighborhood. Know who belongs and who doesn’t.
See Something, Say Something - Take a picture, write down the make and model of vehicles and
descriptions of individuals.
CLE
CLEANING TIP OF THE MONTH
The best solution is a homemade solution of ice, vinegar, and
lemons. Buy an ice tray and write “Garbage Disposal” on the
bottom. I don’t think anybody would like to have a vinegar ice
cube in their drinking water.
Fill the tray with 8 parts water and 1 part vinegar. Then cut up
a lemon and drop a small piece of the lemon rind into each slot
to help with odor. Leave the solution to freeze.
Remove the tray and drop the ice cubes down into the garbage
disposal. Turn on the device and run some water from
the faucet to help wash down the bits of debris. Make sure to
completely grind up the ice.