Our current and past Board members are proud of the accomplishments and progress we’ve made over the years here in our little piece of paradise. We value and appreciate the input of our past Board members and thank them for sharing their history and experiences with us.
Some of our completed projects include the recent painting of all the homes in our complex, replacing the garage doors, replacement of the old woody junipers along Oceans West Boulevard, purchasing new pool furniture and the resurfacing of the pool. Our irrigation system is constantly being updated. Our roofs are inspected regularly and repaired if there are any leaks. We do an annual pressure washing of all the common areas, driveways and sidewalks. Our landscaping upgrades are always a work in progress.
We’re always looking for residents to volunteer to serve on our Board. To our new residents, please consider serving in the future. We realize that we have many talented neighbors who bring their life experiences and versatile backgrounds to the neighborhood, and that talent could be put to good use by serving on the Board.
I personally want to thank those residents who regularly attend our meetings to actively participate and give their valuable input. This sharing of good ideas is one of the reasons we’ve been able to keep our monthly fees low.
We are required to hold four HOA meetings annually. Board meetings are normally held each quarter, or more often if needed, with budget approval in October and Board elections and the Annual Meeting in December. Meeting notices are posted on the bulletin board at the pool as well as here on the web. We invite you to attend and participate.
Our city’s slogan “Life is better here” is so true. Our social activities are plentiful. We have something for everyone from the Senior Center’s exercise activities, a nearby golf course, ten pickleball courts, five brand new clay tennis courts, as well as numerous social events. The City’s Culture & Entertainment Board holds a number of events throughout the year. Many of these events are free, such as the concerts in the Pavilion, but others require ticket purchase. They’re all listed here on our website under Socially Speaking. The paid events usually sellout quickly, so you’ll want to get your tickets early if you plan to attend. Be sure to check the City’s newsletter, The Pelican, and our website for more details on both the free and paid events.
See you in the neighborhood.
Mel Lindauer, President,
Townhomes at the Oceans HOA