Annual Meeting 2015: We recently mailed out the packet that includes information about the Annual Homeowner meeting next month on October 10th, along with the ballot documents and return envelopes. Because this mailing includes these voting documents/envelopes, we were unable to send electronically to those of you who have chosen that method of document delivery and sent out to everyone via US Mail. Please check your mail for this packet and return your ballot and the RSVP for the annual meeting and picnic as soon as possible. We look forward to seeing as many of you as are able to attend!
Painting: We will be repairing and then painting the exterior of Units 1-66. We started painting Unit #1 on June 22nd. It takes roughly 1 week to paint 5 units. We will be working in numerical order, so the time frame is roughly June 22nd – Sept. 12th. The repair work will start at your unit ahead of the painting. Alan will notify you with a more accurate date as we go along, and he will talk to current occupants and leave a notice at the unit when we are close to beginning work.
Water and Sewer Rates: Jim Cochrane looked into the issue of water and sewer rates with the Tahoe City PUD, and summarized the information he received in an effort to answer questions of many homeowners...the information has been posted on the "Forms" page, or you can open it by clicking here...
HOA Dues increase: Please remember to adjust your dues payments to $323 for 2015...
King Fire Information: We have put together a page with several links to information related to the King Fire situation. The links include general fire information, air quality, emergency preparedness, etc. Click the link to open a separate page...King Fire Info
Fire Restrictions: At the King Fire community briefing on Sept. 24, 2014, fire officials asked that we remind everyone coming in to the Tahoe area that severe conditions mean that fire restrictions remain in place for the region...another fire has just been discovered near Cascade Lake - please inform renters, visitors, and guests of the extreme importance of this issue, and share with them USFS restrictions in place...Fire Restrictions
Please check your homeowner mailing for the ballot forms, and send in or drop off to the HOA office in the sealed envelope. If you wish, you can choose to select someone else (another homeowner/board member) to vote in your place, by choosing the proxy form on the reverse side of the ballot form. We REALLY need your vote or proxy - please send in the form with one of those choices filled out. Thank you!
The Annual Homeowner Meeting/BBQ is coming up on Saturday, October 11, 2014. Please let us know if you plan to attend, so we can shop appropriately...we hope to see you there!
Final Phase of Asphalt Project: Asphalt work will be taking place Mon - Sat, beginning Monday morning May 19th through May 29th. All cars must be out of the work area for units 161 thru 173 and units 1 thru 58 - plus the East overflow lot by the maintenance shed - by 8 AM. Cars not moved will be towed at owner’s expense.
Move your vehicles to the West overflow parking lot. If you have any cars, boats, or trailers at the East lot they must be moved. Call the office if you need help on where to park your vehicle at 530 583-2307.
New Recreational Facility Cards: The new recreational facilities card for your unit will access the gate locks for the swimming pools/hot tub, and the tennis courts. These replace the old facilities keys that will no longer be used (you may discard the old keys – no need to return them). If you lose your card and need to get a replacement, contact the HOA office and let us know. We will issue a new card and deactivate the lost card. (There will be a fee of $100 for replacing a lost card, and we will not be able to issue new cards while you wait, so please be aware that there will be a wait time to receive a replacement).
Deck Cleanup:Any items left under decks will be disposed of by LFGHOA facilities staff.
Dues: A reminder that dues are $314 per month as ofJanuary 1, 2014.
Lake Forest Glen is no longer in the flood plain. The restoration of the meadow has returned the stream to its natural state, resolving flood zone issues. Here are some documents for reference (please note that the maps indicate several units in the LFG complex that were part of the original project but were never built - nor will they ever be built. These units are shown to be in the meadow, but do not exist.)