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Road Repair:

The landscape team (which is also the street repair team), the Board of Directors, and Compass management has been working hard on a project to repair the streets in the community. This is a scheduled project that will be paid from the reserve budget. The project is scheduled to start within 30 to 60 days. The focus for the first part of the project will include Copper Peak and all of the interior streets. The Shelby Creek side of the community will be completed in the spring of 2016.

More about this project later.

 

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Regular attendees of the Board meetings and some Board members have requested a community book sharing system. You might have noticed little wooden houses in other neighborhoods where neighbors share books (leave a book, take a book). The Board of Directors and several home owners are investigating solutions for our community. More later...

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The 2015 Board of Directors has been finalized. Steve Bibb and Courtney Galgani were elected to the Board of Directors for the next two years. Cindy resigned from the Board at the end of the January meeting. Flora was chosen by the Board to fill in the remainder of Cindy's term during the February meeting. There you go.

Please be sure to thank Cindy for all her hard work serving on the Board of Directors these past years. She was such a valuable asset to our community and the Board of Directors, especially dealing with community finances and landscape improvement. We are going to miss her and her talents!

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Seasons Greetings,


There will be no Board Meeting in December, 2014.

The holidays are upon us.  Please remember to park your car(s) in your garages or driveways, or use Spring Hill if you need more parking. We want our guests to find parking in the designated parking spots, especially during the holidays. Also, our streets are narrow so please remember that parking in not permitted along the sidewalks for safety reasons.


Happy Holidays!!!

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Mountain Lion sightings near Williams Elementary

Chief of Staff, District 10 Shane Patrick Connolly from San Jose City Council

Councilmember Khamis has received reports from a number of neighbors about the mountain lion spotted near Williams Elementary. He reached out to the State Department of Fish and Wildlife, County Vector Control, and the City’s Animal Care and Services Division. If the mountain lion is acting in an aggressive manner or is an immediate threat to you or other individuals, please call 9-1-1. Typically, unless the animal is sick or injured, it would not pose a threat to the human population. Experts advise that if you make yourself look bigger by raising your arms in the air and make loud noises, the animal will typically run away. 

Here is the link to a mountain lion FAQ page from the Division of Fish and Wildlife:

 

http://www.dfg.ca.gov/wildlife/lion/lion_faq.html

 

Source: Nextdoor.com

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