June 2016 Newsletter

June, 2016 Newsletter

OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday thru Friday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (closed noon-2 p.m.)

Saturday 9 a.m. – noon. Office reopens on Tuesday at 9 a.m.

SUMMER” OFFICE HOURS REMINDER: July thru Sept., 9 a.m. – 1p.m, Tues. – Sat.

A manager is always on the property and messages left on the office phone are reviewed for emergencies. If not an emergency, your call will be returned the next business day.

POOL HOURS: opens at 7:00 a.m. and closes at 9:00 p.m.

MESSAGE FROM THE OWNERS OF DESERT VIEW:

Thank you to those of you who responded to the letter we sent regarding the new solar project. The feedback was positive and as a reminder this project will be of NO COST to Desert View residents. We will be proceeding with the project mid to late June and expect to finish late summer/early fall. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us or Management. Thank you!

Note: Please direct any questions regarding Desert View Rules and Regulations and the application process to the Park Owners at the following address: Conway’s, P.O. Box 760,

Alpine, CA 91903 Thank you!

TIDBITS:

June Birthday Party … everyone is invited to our monthly birthday parties so join us for cake and ice cream! Please join us Friday, June 24th at 1:00 p.m. to celebrate May & June birthdays – apologies for forgetting May party!!!

Next Monthly Reading of Mobile Home Meters … is scheduled for Thursday, June 10th. It is your responsibility to ensure that we have access to your meters!

Back Gate … please keep the gate locked at all times!

WHAT IS JUNE?

June is the sixth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars and one of four months with a length of 30 days. Happy Fathers’ Day to our Dad’s!

Zodiac Signs – are Gemini (until June 21) and Cancer (June 22nd forward).

Birthstones – are pearl, alexandrite, and moonstone.

Flowers – are rose and honeysuckle.

What to Do If the Power goes out in the summertime (Ca.Gov)

There are many things that can cause a power outage during warmer months. It could be that a car accident has taken out the power lines in the neighborhood, or it’s some other man-made problem. It could be an animal shorting out the power lines. Or, it could be bad weather. Whatever the cause, there is no need to panic.

The first thing to do is determine whether you are the only one without power. If you know where your fuse box is, check for tripped switches or blown fuses. If that’s the problem, reset the breaker or replace the fuse. If the problem is more widespread, call your local electric company.

Sometimes a forced power outage is created to maintain the integrity of the entire electricity grid. A “rotational” or “rolling blackout” is a controlled event that occurs in the event of a “Stage 3 electricity emergency.” In this case, the electricity should come back on within 30-90 minutes. Until then, stay in the coolest part of the house. If you are outside, move indoors.

Keep these tips in mind:

Unless there is an emergency, do not call 911. That number should only be used if there is an emergency or someone is in danger.

If there are downed power lines, don’t go near them. Keep flashlights handy. To avoid a power surge when the electricity returns, turn off computers, TV’s, stereos, & other unnecessary electronic equipment at the power strip.

Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. Dress to stay cool – wear layers that can be removed if you get hot. Avoid opening your refrigerator & freezer as much as possible. Food inside should stay cold for hours if the door is left closed.

If you’re hot, take a cool shower. If you have a pool, it’s time to take a dip.

Check on elderly neighbors or those who may have medical conditions or use medical equipment that operates on electricity.

SERVICE PROVIDERS REFERRED BY RESIDENTS

A1 Steamer – Carpet, tile, and upholstery cleaning. #760-409-2900

Air Conditioning & Heating – Zeff’s A/C & Heating, #760-668-6852

Avon – Becky Grossi, #760-251-5195

A-Y Home Services, Alex #760-641-1695, Mobile Home Repair.

Computer Services – ATEK Computers (Ritch Garcia), #760-565-7674.

Dog Grooming – Flossy Paws Mobile Dog Services, #909-554-0785.

Dog Grooming – Rosie’s in DHS, #760-288-0022.

Electrical, Plumbing, Carpentry, Painting, Swamp Coolers – Ted’s General Home Repairs, #760-329-8202.

Floor Installation Services – German Rojas, #760-408-1679.

Landscaping – Oscar Ruiz, 760-408-1519. Tree trimming, irrigation, clean-ups, free estimate.

Handyman – Zeke, 760-660-1618

Handyman – Ted Burgess, #760-898-5266.

No Job Too Small – Avila’s Maintenance, Fernando Avila owner, 760-567-3806.

Gardening & Misc. – Octavio, #760-251-4176.

Jamberry Nail Wraps – Ann Berg, #760-905-2541. On site rep. for do-it-yourself beautiful nails!

Painting – Doug Brissey, #949-463-8250.

Rich’s Painting – #760-343-2255.

Plumbing – Carl’s Plumbing, #760-251-1466.

RNR Home Restoration – Rusty Hagerman, #760-285-7799. Handiwork, concrete, paint, drywall, plumbing, electrical.

RV Repair – Mario’s RV Repair, #760-413-8288

ScreenMobile – owner Mark Russo, #760-322-0500.

Veterans Benefits and Consulting – Clinton Hollins, #760-969-6782

Windows – Design Windows & Doors, Bill Grube, #951-238-5155. Interest free financing is available.

The above list is provided by residents – NOT by the Park. You are advised to do your own due diligence before hiring anyone. Give us your recommendations please! If you have a bad experience with anyone listed here, please tell us so we can remove the name! Your neighbors appreciate your referrals.