May 2021 Newsletter

Posted By on May 6, 2021

Board Meeting

The May 2021 Board of Directors Meeting will be held on Thursday, May 27, 2021 in the Action San Diego Office via Zoom beginning at 6:30pm.

Annual Meeting Results

Congratulations to Phillip Baker, Daniel Pfeffer and Michael Wheeler on being elected at our Annual Meeting to the Board of Directors for two-year terms. 

Memorial Day Holiday

Action Property Management, Professional Maintenance Systems (Janitorial), and Able Engineering will be closed on Monday, May 31, 2021 in observance of Memorial Day. If there is an afterhours maintenance emergency, such as a flood, please contact Action Property Management at 949-450-0202, afterhours personnel will assist you. Have a safe and wonderful holiday!

4th Ave Street Closures

The Maple Canyon Restoration – Phase 1 Project has started along 4th and Redwood. Beginning the week of May 17th 4th avenue street access will be completely closed while work continues. The anticipated end date is June 7, 2021. Management will continue to provide updates as the project progresses.

Fitness Room Re-Opened

As you may be aware, the fitness room has re-opened. Please follow the posted guidelines when using the fitness room.

Community Room Reservations 

Management will not be taking any new community room reservations for the time being.

Breaking Down Boxes

When discarding boxes in the recycling bins, please be sure to break down the boxes first as they take up a lot of room.

Face Coverings Approved

The Board of Directors have approved a rule requiring residents, visitors, contractors, vendors, and any other person seeking entry to the Association to wear face over their nose and mouth while in the common areas of the Association. This will continue in effect until a declaration from the Governor for the State of California or the Mayor (or Public Health official to whom the responsibility is delegated) removes the requirement that everyone in California must wear a mask or face covering when outside their home, with limited exceptions.

For more information regarding face covering requirements from the County of San Diego please visit the link below:

https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/sdc/hhsa/programs/phs/community_epidemiology/dc/2019-nCoV/face-coverings.html

Food and Beverage Delivery Apps

If you are using a food and beverage delivery service (i.e. UberEats, PostMates, GrubHub etc.), you must meet the delivery person at the front entry lobby door and must not let the delivery person into the building. By limiting the amount of non-Alicante residents from entering the building, this will help reduce the spread of germs.

Covid-19 Updates

For more updates regarding Covid-19 (Coronavirus), please go to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  website https://www.cdc.gov/ or the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Website https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/sdc/hhsa/programs/phs/community_epidemiology/dc/2019-nCoV.html .

The CDC has also posted informative videos regarding Covid-19 on their Youtube Channel:

In addition, please do your utmost to protect yourself and your neighbors. Carry sanitizing wipes with you when entering and exiting locations. Wash your hands at every opportunity. Use hand sanitizer when you cannot wash your hands. We are all in this together.

Social Distancing

The Governor’s order mandates people to practice “social distancing,” which is the idea of maintaining a roughly 6-foot distance between other people. It also means limiting nonessential travel, avoiding public transportation when possible, working from home, and skipping social gatherings.

Quarantine vs. Isolation

 Isolation and quarantine help protect the public by preventing exposure to people who have or may have a contagious disease. To help give a clear definition as to what each one means, below are the definitions provided by the CDC website:

•             Isolation separates sick people with a contagious disease from people who are not sick.

•             Quarantine separates and restricts the movement of people who were exposed to a contagious disease to see if they become sick.

Lost Items

Items that are found by the Building Engineer and Janitorial Staff in the garage, lobby, and amenity rooms are turned in to Management. If you believe you have misplaced an item, please contact Management at mplascencia@actionlife.com to check and see if it has been turned in.

Contact Information

In the event you change your email address or phone number, please remember to advise management.  This allows us to continue to communicate important reminders to you!

Moves/Deliveries

All moves and deliveries must be scheduled with Management at least a week in advance. A general rule of thumb is if it takes more than one person to move it, then a move must be scheduled.  The reason is simply to protect the building from sustaining damage during a move.  Please be advised that if you are found to have had an unscheduled move, you will be subject to hearing and fine.  If you are unsure of the scope of your move or would like to schedule a move, please contact the General Manager. 

Architectural Applications

If you are thinking about making a change in your unit that would require architectural committee review and approval, please plan well in advance. Per the Architectural Guidelines, the Committee is allotted 30-45 days for review.  It is also recommended to wait before setting a schedule with your contractor until an approval has been awarded.

Location

475 Redwood Street
San Diego, CA 92103
phone | (619) 293-3454

Management Company

Action Property Management
www.actionlife.com
Regional Office
1133 Columbia Street, Suite 106
San Diego, CA 92101
phone | (949) 450-0202

Corporate Office
2603 Main Street, Suite 500
Irvine, CA 92614
phone | (949) 450-0202
fax | (949) 450-0303