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Sharon Dunlap firstname.lastname@example.org
05-15-2021 3:45:13 PM EST
Please look under HOA Happenings to see the updates on Spectrum and the Spectrum TV package.
05-14-2021 2:19:52 PM EST
Karaoke next Saturday 7 to 10.
HOA & MGMT.
05-13-2021 6:53:49 PM EST
Park is now open to guests and activities. Hot Dog Tuesdays will begin soon!! Of course you are free to wear a mask if it makes you more comfortable, but no longer required.
05-12-2021 6:09:15 PM EST
Great meeting with Colin Wells from Spectrum. He graciously answered all of our questions. I am working to get a summary up on the website as soon as possible...hopefully before tomorrow. I will also post it in the mail huts for those who are in the park.
Look for it under HOA Happenings.
05-04-2021 8:45:28 PM EST
SPECTRUM will be providing TV & internet services to park residents. Join us Wed. May 12th at 1:00 at the Clubhouse to learn more.
Sharon Dunlap email@example.com
05-01-2021 10:59:38 AM EST
Please check the updates on the winter and summer activities pages. All updates are posted at the mailbox huts, whiteboard, and at the clubhouse glass case, any questions please ask. If you would like to host an activity please contact Karen Peterman lot 248.
04-30-2021 2:54:08 PM EST
Meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Clubhouse...see you there
04-20-2021 10:56:57 AM EST
I need help with the ever-ending job of UPDATING the files. Please I need a current copy in the file. 1. Driver’s License or pictured ID. 2. Homeowners insurance, I must see Personal Liability. 3. Pet Rabies record. when any of these EXPIRE, I must have a new copy. Thank you. Renee
Kathy Drake firstname.lastname@example.org
04-07-2021 9:34:41 PM EST
Got a new roof on & now it's time to paint the inside! Does anyone know someone experienced in painting & repairing ceilings & walls that's not real expensive!
04-06-2021 8:58:00 PM EST
Yes water is down Dale is working with our water/sewer company now. NO NEED TO BOIL
04-04-2021 1:37:34 PM EST
Wishing all of our Chula family a very glorious Easter. Missing all of you.
04-01-2021 1:12:46 PM EST
There are some concerns related to the rules and regulations within the Chulavista Community. Under the heading "From the Office" there is a dropdown box where you can see the rules and regulations. I have highlighted a few of the recent concerns. The pet policy includes residents as well as guests animals. Please do not allow your guests to bring animals to visit that exceed the height and weight limitations as well as breed limits. Also, please be considerate of others by cleaning up after your pet(s). The policy regarding respect of others lots by not accessing without their permission is highlighted as well. As the season ends for some of us if you have not made arrangements to have your yard and flower beds attended please do so. This is also highlighted in rules and regulations for your review. If you have any questions or concerns please address them with the office. Thank you!
03-29-2021 8:01:43 AM EST
Would someone share block party pictures and video with Sharon Honold so she can post on the website. Thanks
03-29-2021 7:55:36 AM EST
The Board will meet Thursday at 1:00 in the Rec Hall. This meeting is to prepare for the "annual" HOA meeting to be held Thursday April 6th at 6:00. Confirmation of officers and audit reports are on the agenda. BOD meetings are open to the public for observation only.
emma lee Bowers email@example.com
03-28-2021 7:01:07 PM EST
We found out that we were not hacked but Handy charged a hold on the card for more than double the amount of what was charged! Beware!
emma lee Bowers firstname.lastname@example.org
03-28-2021 4:57:13 PM EST
I meant to say Thank God! I need to read before I post!
03-28-2021 4:51:52 PM EST
We were hacked at the Handy gas pump today for $81. Our gasoline was only $25! Beware! Thank Go’s we have notifications on our phones for expenditures on our cards!
Mary & Butch email@example.com
03-26-2021 7:06:49 PM EST
thanks to everyone involved in putting on the Block Party. It was so nice to see everyone and was a fun time!
03-26-2021 1:52:06 PM EST
Unfortunately, I've discovered that some people have been driving their golf cart(s) through my back yard, over the curb, and into the street (I have a corner lot), since apparently that's more convenient for them than using their own driveway(s). I hope everyone here in the park respects each other's property and space - and will stick to using their own for this purpose - thanks very much.
Sharon Dunlap Honold firstname.lastname@example.org
03-22-2021 1:52:37 PM EST
Please check under HOA Happenings and HOA for information on the rent update. I am attempting to have a drop down box shortly titled just "rent update" under know this.
03-22-2021 1:15:03 PM EST
The proposal passed with 137 yes votes and 35 no votes. More information will be posted as it becomes available. Thank you to everyone who assisted in the collection and counting of the votes.
03-21-2021 3:39:48 PM EST
The Office will be closed Thursday March 25 2021.
It will reopen 9:00am Friday morning
Thank you Shelly & Renee
Lynn and Sue Burgett
03-21-2021 1:42:15 PM EST
Our thoughts and prayers are with you Sharon and family during this difficult time. Know we that we love you Gary will be sadly missed
03-21-2021 11:22:08 AM EST
we regret to inform you of the passing of long time resident Gary VanAlstine. Please keep Sharon, family and friends in your thought and prayers. He will be missed.
03-19-2021 4:42:08 PM EST
CDC guidelines to follow when using the pool. I would have posted the site but I am unable to use a website in the message site.
Promoting Behaviors that Prevent the Spread of the Virus that Causes COVID-19
Staying Home or Isolating when Appropriate
Educate staff and patrons about when they should stay home (if exposed to COVID-19) or isolate (if ill or infected with that virus that causes COVID-19) and when they can return to the venue. Consult CDC criteria for no longer needing to isolate or stay home when developing policies on staff and patrons returning after having symptoms of COVID-19, testing positive for COVID-19, or being exposed to someone with COVID-19.
Social (or Physical) Distancing
Encourage social distancing— everyone should stay at least 6 feet (a few inches longer than a typical pool noodle, both in and out of the water) away from people they don’t live with. This includes not gathering at the ends of swim lanes, behind starting blocks, or on stairs into the water or up to the diving board. There is no standard formula to determine how many people can maintain social distancing in and around the water. Exceptions to social distancing should be made to Rescue a distressed swimmer, perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), or provide first aid; or
Evacuate the water or aquatic facility (such as at gyms) due to an emergency.
2. Stagger use of shared spaces (such as limiting the number of people in the water, bathrooms, locker rooms, and breakrooms). For example, have patrons sign up, online or by phone, for swim or beach time slots.
3. Do not gather while waiting for access. This means staying at least 6 feet (a few inches longer than a typical pool noodle, both in and out of the water) away from people they don’t live with, preferably outside or in a well-ventilated space.
4. Stagger start and end times of swim lessons and aquatics classes to allow for social distancing on the deck.
5. Assign separate entries and exits to encourage everyone to move in one direction, if possible.
6. Limit occupancy of enclosed spaces (such as bathrooms, locker rooms, and breakrooms) to make it easy for staff and patrons to stay at least 6 feet (a few inches longer than a typical pool noodle, both in and out of the water) away from people they don’t live with.
Don’t allow staff or patrons to gather while waiting for access. This means staying at least 6 feet (a few inches longer than a typical pool noodle, both in and out of the water) away from people they don’t live with, preferably outside or in a well-ventilated space.
7. Discourage activities, such as eating and drinking (on dry land), that require removal of cloth masks unless at least 6 feet (a few inches longer than a typical pool noodle, both in and out of the water) away from people they don’t live with.
8. Educate patrons about arriving “swim” ready (for example, showering before going to the aquatic facility). Enforce this and other healthy swimming steps.
9. Ask parents or caregivers to consider if their children can stay at least 6 feet (a few inches longer than a typical pool noodle, both in and out of the water) apart from people they don’t live with before taking them to a public treated aquatic venue.
10. Limit any nonessential visitors, volunteers, and activities involving external groups or organizations.
If aquatic facility is used by other organizations, encourage them to also follow this guidance. (pool is only open to residents and registered guests)
11. Encourage residents to carpool or vanpool only with people they live with.
Cloth Masks (Not Goggles, etc.)
12. Encourage use of cloth cloth masks among staff and patrons. Cloth masks should be worn in addition to staying at least 6 feet (a few inches longer than a typical pool noodle, both in and out of the water) apart from people you don’t live with.
13. Advise residents wearing cloth masks not to wear them in the water. A wet cloth mask can make it difficult to breathe and likely will not work correctly. This means it is particularly important to maintain social distancing when in the water.
14. Encourage everyone to bring a second (or extra) cloth mask in case the first one gets wet.
15. Provide others with information on how to properly wear, take off, and clean cloth masks. Remind staff and patrons not to touch their cloth masks when wearing them.