Manager’s Messages

Slurry Seal Project - July 16th - 19th

The Nevis Milano Board of Directors has contracted with Quickel Paving to seal coat the community streets. The project was originally scheduled in May, but was rescheduled due to notification from Cox that they would be doing equipment upgrades in the area which would require removal and replacement of some areas of asphalt and concrete. While the work is in progress in one section, you are required to park in another section of the community. The slurry seal schedule is below (weather permitting), and the slurry seal map is attached for your review.

TUESDAY, JULY 16th – PINK SECTION

THURSDAY, JULY 18th – BLUE SECTION

When the seal coat material is applied, it will take a minimum of twenty-four (24) hours to dry, weather permitting. While the seal coat is drying, it will be sticky and easily tracked if walked on or driven upon. Therefore, to protect residents and guests, the streets highlighted on the map will be barricaded beginning at 7:00 AM on their respective service date. Vehicles will be permitted back on the street the following day by 5:00 PM provided the weather allows for adequate curing of the seal coat material. Please note that the start times are subject to change. You are required to relocate your vehicle before 7:00 AM on the service date. Any vehicle found parked on the asphalt during the scheduled date and time will be towed with no prior notice at the vehicles owners’ expense.

To ensure you will have use of your vehicle, residents are encouraged to find appropriate parking accommodations the evening before the seal coat work begins. The Marian Bergeson Elementary school located across the street has graciously allowed Nevis Milano residents to use their parking lot to park their vehicles overnight on the evenings of Tuesday, July 16th, and Thursday, July 18th. The vehicles must be removed from the parking lot by 7:00 AM the following morning.

Please be aware that any resident damaging the seal coat by driving or walking on it while the barricades are in place will be responsible for the costs of all damages and re-work. Thank you for your cooperation. We understand this work creates an inconvenience for everyone; however, it is necessary to protect your investment in the community. Should you have any questions, please contact:

Quickel Paving (949) 582-1515

Action Property Management (949) 450-0202


Slurry Seal Project Postponed

The slurry seal project that was scheduled for May 14th – 17th has been postponed. Cox has informed the Association that they will be performing system upgrades in the community that will require sections of asphalt to be removed and replaced. The Board has determined to follow the advice of the project manager and hold off on slurrying until this project has been completed and the new asphalt has sufficient time to cure. We will let all residents know as soon as we have the new dates for the project. Thank you!


Slurry Seal Project - May 14th - 17th

The Nevis Milano Board of Directors have contracted with Quickel Paving to seal coat the community streets. While the work is in progress in one section, you are required to park in another section of the community. The slurry seal schedule is below (weather permitting), and the slurry seal map is attached.

TUESDAY, MAY 14th – PINK SECTION

THURSDAY, MAY 16th – BLUE SECTION

When the seal coat material is applied, it will take a minimum of twenty-four (24) hours to dry, weather permitting. While the seal coat is drying, it will be sticky and easily tracked if walked on or driven upon. Therefore, to protect residents and guests, the streets highlighted on the map will be barricaded beginning at 7:00 AM on their respective service date. Vehicles will be permitted back on the street the following day by 5:00 PM provided the weather allows for adequate curing of the seal coat material. Please note that the start times are subject to change.

You are required to relocate your vehicle before 7:00 AM on the service date. Any vehicle found parked on the asphalt during the scheduled date and time will be towed with no prior notice at the vehicles owners’ expense.

To ensure you will have use of your vehicle, residents are encouraged to find appropriate parking accommodations the evening before the seal coat work begins. The Marian Bergeson Elementary school located across the street has graciously allowed Nevis Milano residents to use their parking lot to park their vehicles overnight on the evenings of Tuesday, May 14th, and Thursday, May 16th. The vehicles must be removed from the parking lot by 7:00 AM the following morning.

Please be aware that any resident damaging the seal coat by driving or walking on it while the barricades are in place will be responsible for the costs of all damages and re-work.

Thank you for your cooperation. We understand this work creates an inconvenience for everyone; however, it is necessary to protect your investment in the community. Should you have any questions, please contact:

Quickel Paving (949) 582-1515

Action Property Management (949) 450-0202

Slurry Seal Map


Annual Termite Inspections Scheduled May 1st - 4th and May 7th - 11th - Schedule Your Appointment Now!

The Association has contracted with Accurate Termite and Pest Control to perform the annual termite inspections and treatment of all of the units, as has been done for the past 3 years. Access inside all units will be required. Please see the attached notice regarding the project and be sure to schedule your appointment as soon as possible. These inspections are mandatory, and if you fail to schedule your inspection, you will be called to a hearing before the Board and fined. This project has been very successful at keeping termite activity down in the community and it is very important that we have everyone’s cooperation. If you have a tenant, please make sure they are aware than an inspection needs to be scheduled. These notices will be posted on all the units next week. Thank you for your cooperation!

Termite Inspection Notice – Nevis Milano 2019


Street Repair and Seal Project

The Board has approved a contract with Quickel Paving to do a communitywide street repair and sealing project. This project will be overseen by Accord Construction Management. The schedule is as follows:

Tuesday, April 2nd – Concrete repairs

Thursday, April 4th – Asphalt Repairs

Tuesday, April 9th – Crack filling

Tuesday, May 14th and Thursday, May 16th – Slurry sealing (will be done in two moves, with half the community being sealed on Tuesday and the other half on Thursday)

There are notices posted in the areas where the asphalt will be repaired on Thursday, April 4th. Please do not park in these areas until the repairs have been completed and the notices have been removed. Vehicles parked in these areas will be towed at the vehicle owner’s expense.

We greatly appreciate your cooperation throughout this process and apologize for any inconvenience to you. We will be sending more detailed information about the slurry sealing project in May shortly.


New Recycling Bin Installed!

CR&R has installed a new recycling bin in the dumpster enclosure on the corner of Via Lido and Caldaro. The Association now has recycling bins in every dumpster enclosure, with the exception of the enclosure on Via Lido and Padrino, as that enclosure is too small to accommodate a recycling bin. Please continue to utilize the trash and recycling bins correctly to avoid the Association receiving any fines for inappropriate items being placed in the recycling bin. Thank you!


Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Are Ready For Use!

The Association is participating in SDGE’s “Power Your Drive Program,” in which SDGE has installed 6 electric vehicle charging stations in the in the back parking lot on the Padrino side at a low cost to the Association. There are three charging poles that each have two charging nozzles that are capable of stretching about 18 feet, so you do not necessarily need to be parked in the parking space right next to the station to use the charger. Residents with SDGE or ChargePoint accounts may use the charging stations to charge their electric vehicles, which would be billed directly to their SDGE accounts.

The step-by-step instructions for enrolling in this program if you would like to use the charging stations can be viewed and downloaded at any time on the Resident Portal at https://resident.actionlife.com. Please contact SDGE at PYDsupport@SDGE.com if you have any issues during the enrollment process.

SDGE has installed pole signage and marked on the asphalt in the parking stalls that the stalls near the charging stations are for electric vehicle parking only. They are required to do this by Code. Although priority for these parking spaces is given to electric vehicles, other vehicles are welcome to park there if there is nowhere else to park in the community. Though this signage must remain there at this time, please note that this will not be enforced.

Should you have any questions, please contact Action Property Management at (949) 450-0202.


Coyote Sighting!

Please be advised that there was a coyote sighting this morning in the community.  Please take all the necessary precautions when walking your pets in the community. The Association’s CC&Rs and Rules & Regulations require that all pets (including cats) be leashed at all times while in the common areas.


NEW RECYCLING BIN

At the December 6, 2018 Board of Directors meeting, the Board voted to add another recycling bin to the dumpster enclosure on the corner of Padrino and San Michele. The Association will now have two recycling bins in the community. The current bin is located on the corner of Caldaro and San Michele. CR&R Environmental Services, the Association’s disposal company will be installing the new bin on Friday, December 21st.  


COMMUNITY REPIPING UPDATE

If you are the resident of one of the condominium units, you should have received a notice from AMA Repiping regarding the replacement of your laundry box. It was discovered that the replacement of the laundry boxes was included in the contract with AMA, but was not completed during the repiping process. The laundry boxes are very old, and due to their condition, some of them were cracked during the repiping process and eventually caused leaks. It is very important that these laundry boxes be replaced when they are scheduled, as the Association wants to avoid any further leaks. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated and the Board is very sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

 The third and final phase of the repiping project that involves the repiping of the townhome units will be completed by Advanced Repiping Professionals in January and February 2019.

 


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