SEPTEMBER BOARD MEETING: Monday, SEPTEMBER 15, 2014
TIME: 7 pm WHERE: 555 Loma Vista Ct., Home of Becky Herman
SEPTEMBER ACC MEETING: TBA
TIME: TBA WHERE: TBA
The ACC normally meets on the first Thursday of the month to review plans, etc. We encourage people to submit plans at least one week in advance of the meeting. If you have any questions, you may call David Parker 946-9215.
Letter & Authorization Form for LLHOA Green address signs
CURRENT Minutes, Reports and Bulletins: Please see the Agendas, Meetings and Minutes Tab to view links to archived documents.
Draft 08-12-2014 Board Minutes (D)
08-07-2014 ACC Report
07-16-2014 Board Minutes (A)
NOTE: To view archived minutes, reports and agendas, click on the “Agendas, Meetings and Minutes” tab below the picture at the top of this page. Or click here: Agendas, Meetings and Minutes
08-2014 FireWise Bulletin (Printable Report)
There is a lot of mitigation going on in Loma Linda this summer. Thank you to all who have taken the time and effort to make your property and our development a safer place to live in. This is an on-going effort, as those of you who have done some clearing of Gamble’s oak in the past must realize. However, take heart! If you persist in cutting back the oaks as they re-emerge, they will eventually give up. Or so I’ve been told by those who should know.
We had a very successful Chipping Day last week that extended into this week for some. There was some confusion about the charge. It was initially set at $55 for a half hour’s work, but the foreman hadn’t been told about the reduced rate, so some of us were charged $80. I talked with Dan MacVeigh, owner of Fire Ready, about the error, and he realized he hadn’t passed the information on to Foreman Dan. I suggest you pay the agreed amount ($55) and I will arrange for revised invoices. Please let me know if you paid $80.
The chipping rebate is still available as long as the money lasts, so get your application in as soon as possible. The information and application form can be found in the link above.
The Community Wildfire Protection Plan for Loma Linda is now in its final writing stage. The initial CWPP has been reviewed and edited by the necessary Forest Service personnel…in their spare time!…and now that the major fire season is over, they’re getting the plan back to us. Still lots of work to do on it, but the end is in sight!
Peggy Beach, FireWise Ambassador
937 San Juan Dr.