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Member Memos

Executive Session Meeting Agenda Wednesday, December 19, 2012 - 1:00 p.m. CLPOA Board Room CALL TO ORDER – President Haggerty VERIFICATION OF QUORUM – Denise Agostini 1.0 OLD BUSINESS None 2.0 NEW BUSINESS • Approval of Minutes • Member Discipline (Civ. Code 1363.05(b) 3.0 Financial Matters 4.0 3rd Party Contract/Agreement Discussion 5.0 Personnel Matters – (Civ. Code 1365.05…

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Board of Directors Regular Session Meeting Minutes

Tuesday, December 4, 2012, 7 p.m. CLPOA Lodge Holiday Bay Room The meeting was called to order at 7:09 p.m. by President Dawn Haggerty. Directors present were Dawn Haggerty, Larry Neigel, Sean McDonald, George Middle and David Eilers; five present, quorum met. Also present were the Interim General Manager and Director of Finance Christopher Mitchell; Legal Counsel Howard Silldorf and Scott Levin…

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Generally Speaking: Report on Executive Session Actions

CLPOA General Manager The Executive Session convened at 1:11 December 4. The Board addressed 3rd party contractual matters, had a discussion on personnel matters, and lastly received an update from Legal Counsel on current litigation. The Board made a motion for staff to develop policies related to contracting. Staff will report their developments in January 2013. The meeting concluded at 5:18…

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Director Comments: Director provides update on Board actions

By Dr. George Middle CLPOA Secretary/Director To update this community with some of the discussions and future decisions having to be made by your Board of Directors, I will publish at various times these items. If members wish to discuss any of these items, please contact me through the Clerk of the Board, Denise Agostini. • Road Cleaning – The Board has decided to implement a fine of $35…

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Operations Overview: Last day for major roadwork inside gates is Dec. 21

The final day for Phase 2 major roadwork within the walls is December 21. After the 21st, until January 2, there will be minimal crews onsite to complete punch list items, such as landscaping repair, cleanup and some intermittent water testing.  Until December 21st, we have a tentative schedule, dependent upon the amount of rain that we get on Thursday, December 13, and the time required for the…

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For the younger crowd: Activities and events for kids

Along with the Property Owners Association, there are many community clubs and organizations that offer activities and classes for children throughout the year. High schoolers are invited to help with some of these activities to earn community service, so something is always going on for the younger crowd. Here are the activities at a glance, with the contact person for learning more details. Cl…

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At the Lighthouse: Restaurant will be closed tomorrow, December 15

The Lighthouse Restaurant will be closed Saturday, December 15, for Employee Recognition Night for all CLPOA staff members. The restaurant will be open tonight, December 14, and will reopen Sunday, December 16, for Sunday Brunch. End of World Party On Saturday, December 22, at 6 p.m., the Lighthouse will host "The End of the World After-Party for those who remain!" The event will be held in the …

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At the Country Club: Ugly Sweater Party is tonight!

The Country Club staff invites Canyon Lakers to come out for their inaugural "Ugly Christmas Sweater Party," tonight, December 14, with dinner served from 5 to 9 p.m. and live entertainment provided by Replay, from 7 to 10 p.m. There will be prizes for those wearing ugliest sweater. There will be an all-you-can-eat buffet for $14.95 featuring meatloaf, beef stroganoff, chicken fettuccine, tilapi…

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Classes and Activities: Dance and exercise classes

Residents can sign up for the following classes at the Program and Activities Office at the Pool or at Member Services. • Karate – Classes meet at Blue Bird Hall on Wednesdays and Thursdays (except the first Thursday of the month) from 7 to 9 p.m. The cost is $15 per month. For more information, call Scott Moore at 626-622-3627. • Zumba – Classes meet on Monday and Thursday nights at 6…

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Classes and Activities: Oil painting class

Rita Forand teaches oil-painting classes each month at the Lodge. Learn to paint this snowy scene Sunday, December 16, from 1 to 4 p.m. There needs to be at last four signups per class; a maximum of 12 will be accepted. Fee for the class is $60, payable in advance at Member Services. There is nothing for students to bring to the class – just come and paint, have fun and go home with a finished…

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Senior Activities: Tickets selling fast for New Year's Eve party

The Senior Center New Year's Eve Party is almost sold out. The cost is $25. Seating is limited, so early purchase of tickets is advised. The Senior Center offers classes and activities like needle crafts and sewing, game night, card players, woodcarving, Dancercise and Wii bowling. For information about the Senior Center, contact the Activities Department at 244-6841, ext. 611. Senior Center Cal…

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Winter rates less expensive at Happy Camp

Winter rates are in effect at the Campground. With its waterfront location, Happy Camp provides a close and easy family getaway destination and the weather is usually nice year round. Members must be in good standing and need to register in person. There is a $30 nonrefundable deposit per campsite. Campground guests are reminded quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 8 a.m. (including generators). Loud…

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Committee updates

Weekly Committee Schedule December 20 – Architectural Control Committee (ACC), 11 a.m. (Board Room) Standing Committee Schedule ACC – Every Thursday, 11 a.m. (Board Room) Appeals – January 24, 5 p.m. (Board Room) Campground – 2nd Thursday, 3 p.m. (City Multi-purpose Room) Community Patrol – January 8, 11 a.m. (Board Room) Equestrian – January 7, 7 p.m. (Board Room) Facilities …

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ACC Agenda

DECEMBER 20, 2012 ADDITION 3868-008, 30512 Longhorn – Addition IMPROVEMENTS 3719-038, 22721 Canyon Lake Dr. South – Perimeter walls, paint house, sun deck, concrete, wrought iron, sliding doors  VARIANCE 3719-351, 22561 Blue Teal – Over-height wall…

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Member Memo: Do you have a frequent visitor?

The permanent guest list is a convenient way for members to give their friends and family access to the community at any time. The member does not have to call in the guest, the list does not expire, the guest will receive a 10-day pass (provided he/she has a valid driver’s license) and the guest will stay on the list until removed by the member. As handy as this list is, it is important to no…

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Member Memo: Compliance as easy as 1-2-3

Many members may not be aware the Planning and Compliance Department has a procedure called "Over the Counter Permits." We have made it very simple and easy for the membership to come in and get permits for many of their home maintenance and repairs. These include: • Re-roof or roof repairs • House repairs, fence repairs, as long is it is in kind (no changes to original) • Painting home…

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Member Memo: Parking of trailers, RVs and golf carts

In order to promote visibility and the aesthetic appeal of the community, street parking is limited to short-term use only. All trailers, including but not limited to golf carts, horse trailers, utility trailers and any other similar vehicles, may not be parked on the street after sunset. Here is the exception: Recreational vehicles and trailers with a restroom can park on Canyon Lake streets f…

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Member Memo: Fishing in Canyon Lake

Members and their guests may fish within Canyon Lake under the following conditions: 1. Everyone 16 years of age and older must have a California State Fishing License 2. Members must be able to provide a POA card upon request 3. Guests must have a Canyon Lake Fishing Permit unless they are fishing with a member who is able to provide a POA card upon request To get a Canyon Lake Fishing Permit…

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Member Memo: Leasing in Canyon Lake

Leasing out a house in Canyon Lake? Follow these two step guidelines: 1. Complete the "Lease Authorization Form" (available at canyonlakepoa.com – Forms: Lease Authorization Form or at the Member Services counter). This form identifies the names of the tenants, the terms of tenancy, the number of ID cards and decals that the home owner is authorizing. 2. Pay. The initial processing fee for …

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Member Memo: Stop for school buses

Rule number 6A.11 states that drivers must stop for a school bus signal and failure to do so may result in a progressive fine from $100 up to $500, depending on the offense. Many people are not aware of when they do and do not have to stop for the signal. Canyon Lake follows the California law in that, if the school bus is flashing yellow lights, it is preparing to stop to let children off the b…

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Member Memo: All vehicles need proper identification

In order to help keep Canyon Lake safe, all vehicles that enter the community are to be identified with a form of identification in the inside lower left corner of the windshield to be visible from the outside of the vehicle. The acceptable forms of identification include a valid CLPOA decal, a construction/contractor’s pass, a daily guest pass, a temporary parking pass or an employee decal. …

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Member Memo: Getting ready to sell a home?

If you are planning to sell your home in Canyon Lake, your escrow company will need to order a demand statement (balance of monies owed on the account) and documents (notifications, i.e. letters and correspondence). The turnaround time is between four and five days to receive these documents. There is a $275 up-front document fee when these documents are requested. The document package will inc…

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Member Memo: Want to go hiking closer to home?

The north side of Canyon Lake has three locked gates that lead to land owned by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). For a deposit of $100 per key, members in good standing can obtain them at the Member Services counter (these monies are refunded when the key is returned). The three gates are located at Little Pony Dr., North Ski Area (behind the fire station) and the Jump Lagoon on Trigger Dr. …

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Why is it important to move cars during street sweeping?

• Tons of debris removed yearly by CR&R: 55 tons (approximately 4.5 tons per month, or 9,000 lbs of debris monthly) • Number of cars avoided (driven around) in a one month period: 2,400 (600 every week) • Miles of road that can be swept: 90 • Length of the average car: 15 feet  Doing the math So every month approximately 36,000 feet of road is not swept (2,400 cars x 15 feet each). T…

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