We wanted to inform you of a few things going on this week at Solair.
On Wednesday, August 28th and Thursday, August 29th between 9AM to 5PM, we will be conducting lighting repairs to the Main Stairs located in front of the Lobby. One side of the Main Stairs will be closed off and you may hear drilling and construction noises for the duration of the repairs.
On Thursday, August 29th, there will be a building water shut-off for necessary plumbing repairs. Both hot and cold water will be shut off and will affect all floors. The water shut-off will begin at 9AM and we anticipate it to finish at 5PM. After the shut-off is complete, please make sure to turn on your faucets slowly as there may be air trapped in the pipes as they are refilled. This may cause bursts of water at first, which should return to normal after a few minutes.
Lastly, in observance of Labor Day, the Management Office will close on Monday, September 2, 2019.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation. Please feel free to contact me should you have any questions or concerns.
The Board of Directors considered all comments and feedback at the last meeting and voted to table the amendments until further review and discussion. Once the matter is revisited, the proposed changes will be circulated to the membership for the 28-day comment period in accordance with Civil Code §4340.
If you have any questions in regards to this matter, please do not hesitate to reach out.
Thank you and have a great rest of the week.
Priscilla Yoo, CCAM
Starting Monday, July 29, 2019, we will begin our quarterly cleaning for the parking structure. Please check the following schedule to prepare accordingly.
6th Floor Cleaning:
Monday, 7/29/18 9AM to 5PM
5th Floor Cleaning:
Tuesday,7/30/19 9AM to 5PM
4th Floor Cleaning:
Wednesday, 7/31/19 9AM to 5PM
3rd Floor Cleaning:
Thursday, 8/1/19 9AM to 5PM
Please note that if your vehicle is not moved, we will NOT be able to clean your space until the next parking cleaning schedule. As a reminder, Residents are not allowed to park in Guest Parking Spaces. We ask that you make proper arrangements to move your vehicles to a different location while your spaces are being cleaned.
Please feel free to contact me should you have any questions or concerns.
The Board of Directors is still accepting comments for the proposed amendments to the Recreational Facilities Rules and Regulations. The Board of Directors will continue to receive feedback through written comments mailed to the HOA Office or e-mailed to email@example.com by Monday, July 15, 2019. You are also invited to attend the next Board Meeting on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at 6:30PM in the Function Room where the Board of Directors will hear and consider all comments from the membership and based on those comments, will determine whether to formally adopt these changes. These rule changes serve to better explain, outline and apply the provisions contained in the CC&Rs, Bylaws and Residential Guidelines.
The Recreational Facilities Reservation Packet and Recreational Facilities Rules Amendment Comparison Chart are available at the Front Desk.
Thank you again for your participation and please feel free to contact me should you have any questions or concerns.
Priscilla Yoo, CCAM
The Board of Directors has proposed amendments to the Recreational Facilities Rules and Regulations. A copy of these changes are available at the Front Desk for your review, consideration and comment.
The Board of Directors will hear and consider comments from the Members regarding the changes and, based upon those comments, will determine whether to formally adopt these amendments. These rule changes will serve to better explain, outline, and apply the provisions contained in the CC&Rs, Bylaws and Residential Guidelines, as well as enhance the Board’s ability to efficiently and effectively conduct Association business.
You are invited to attend the next Board Meeting currently scheduled for July 16, 2019 at 6:30PM in the Function Room and provide any comments you may have regarding the proposed amendments. You may also submit written comments by July 15, 2019 either by mailing them to the HOA Office or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing your comments and feedback. Thank you.
Board of Directors
Solair Wilshire Homeowners Association
PRESENTED BY HUB INTERNATIONAL
Please join us to learn about insurance, the importance of having proper homeowner (HO-6) insurance and more. We will also be discussing best claims practices and answer any questions about insurance.
Date: Monday, June 17, 2019
Location: 7th Floor, Function Room
We hope to see you there!
Priscilla Yoo, CCAM
Our monthly maintenance reminder this month is on the Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system in your unit.
It is important for everyone to change their AC filters every three to six months depending on use. This will help keep the HVAC system running efficiently and save energy by preventing it from working twice as hard to keep the air moving in your home. Changing your filter on a regular basis will also minimize the risk of bacteria, pollutants, and allergens.
We also highly encourage everyone to check your HVAC system for signs of potential leaks or water puddling. By doing this, you will reduce the chance of major leaks and potential damage to you and your neighboring units. If your HVAC system is in need of any repairs and you require vendor recommendations, please call the Front Desk.
If you live in the 05, 06, 07 and 08 stacks, your HVAC units will be located in the common hallway and can be accessed using your unit key.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me.
Starting this month, you will be receiving a monthly reminder focusing on different areas in your home that need to be maintained by each of you. This month’s focus will be your washers.
It is now May and we already experienced five washer-related water leaks. It is very important that every resident actively check their washer’s hot and cold water supply lines for any signs of potential leaks. If you have never checked or replaced your water supply lines, we recommend you do so and replace them with stainless steel braided hoses.
Should you discover a leak or water puddling near the washer, please make sure to immediately close the water valves. By doing this, you will avoid potential major leaks that may affect you and your neighbors. After doing so, please contact your licensed and insured plumber and/or appliance technician to do the proper repairs. If you need vendor recommendations, please don’t hesitate to contact the Front Desk.
Lastly, we want to remind all owners to make sure to purchase a Condominium Homeowner Policy (HO-6) as required by the Governing Docs. If you are renting a unit, please make sure to get your renter’s insurance to protect your personal property from any potential damage.Thank you and please feel free to contact me should you have any questions or concerns.
Priscilla Yoo, CCAM