November 1st Community Updates
Posted By rfigley on November 1, 2019
Happy November to you! A few updates below that you may be interested in.
Daylight savings time ends this Sunday, November 3rd at 2:00 am. Before going to bed on Saturday night, be sure to set your clocks back by one hour.
This Sunday, November 3rd, the Susan G. Komen ‘Race for the Cure’ will be taking place in Balboa Park and around our community.
Sixth Avenue, from Ivy up to Upas, will be closed between 7:00 am and 10:00 am.
There will be no parking on Sixth Avenue starting at 4:00 am.
If you need to drive out of Park Laurel before 10:00 am on Sunday, we’d recommend parking in the commercial garage Saturday night so that you can exit westbound on Laurel.
We are getting closer to having the service elevators back in-service.
The State has given us an inspection date of November 13th, which means if everything passes, the service elevators will be turned back over to us on Friday, November 15th.
This would push the start date of the next set of elevators, 01/02 and 05/08 stacks, to Monday, November 18th.
Candidate Night for Board Election
This year, we have three candidates running for two open seats on the Board of Directors. The known candidates are Charlie O’Malley (incumbent), Chris Duke (incumbent), and Bill Pope.
The Candidate Forum will be this upcoming Monday, November 4th, at 5:00 pm in the North Tower Lobby. You are invited to come and hear what the candidates have to say and ask any questions before you cast your votes.
The Annual Meeting and date which ballots will be tallied is Thursday, November 21st at 5:30 PM.
We appreciate you taking the time to vote.
Fourth Amendment – Leak Detection System
The Fourth Amendment to the CC&Rs, which addresses a community-wide leak detection system has passed.
The next steps are having the amendment recorded with the County and working out agreements with the leak detection company.
In January, we will have the network for the system installed in every service hallway and have power outlets run-up to the ceiling for the automatic shutoff valves.
We estimate installing all devices by February/March of next year.
Thanks again for your approval of this system. It is going to reduce not only the financial burden of multi-unit water damage but also the inconvenience that comes along with it.
Ping-Pong Interest List
If you are interested in playing ping-pong but don’t have a partner, let us know or stop by the Concierge Desk to put your name down/look at the ping-pong player interest list. There may be someone else in the community that is looking for a partner too!