|Posted on Oct 10th, 2014
The Annual Meeting of the Las Palmas Ranch Master Association was held on october 9, 2014. A quorum was reached with 177 returned ballots. A summary of the election results are included below, with the full detailed election report available in the documents section of this website or by clicking here
There were a total of 3 positions up for election this year. Four (4) names were submitted in time to appear on the ballot.
Michael Aspland, Fred Rowland and Gayle Todd were each elected to a two-year term.
The minutes of the October 29,2013 Annual Meeting and tax resolution were approved.
The Board of Directors will be selecting officers at the November 13, 2014 meeting.
Thank you to all who participated in this year’s election.
|Recycled Water Odor - Update
|Posted on Jul 24th, 2014
The Board of Directors and Management have been working with California American Water (Cal-Am) on reducing the “odor” coming from the recycled water (common area lawn irrigation). Cal-Am has begun adding a small amount of chlorine to the water which has proven to be very successful. Unfortunately, this is not a long term solution. The long term solution involves draining and cleaning the recycled water storage ponds.
The Association’s landscaping team has met with Cal-Am and has developed a plan to drain the recycled water storage pond over the next several months. We need to use approximately 20 million gallons of recycled water in addition to the water that gets treated on a daily basis during this time. So, you may notice common area sprinklers running a little longer, and some grass a litter wetter over the next few months. It is all in an effort to get the ponds cleaned so that the odor will not return. Our neighbors in Las Palmas Ranch Phase II are doing the same.