Wahoo’s has partnered with LBA to help support PCRF and will be donating 20% of all proceeds from their dinner sales this Friday. This year, PCRF will be celebrating 20 years of dedicated fundraising that goes directly to research that improves the care, quality of life, and survival rate of children with malignant disease. Wahoo’s donation of 20% is a generous amount, but keep in mind how many tacos it will take to raise a sizeable sum (1 taco = $3.59 x 20% = $0.71 to PCRF).
Please help me market this event to all your tenant contacts, residents, friends and family. Encourage everyone to eat at Wahoo’s Park Place this Friday night whether it’s to dine in or take-out. With everyone’s effort we can make this a successful event.
SPA AND POOL
FEBRUARY 15th thru APRIL 1st 2018!
Orange Coast Commercial Cleaning will start
the window cleaning project.
FEBRUARY 27, 2018
LOCKSMITH ON PROPERTY
FEBRUARY 17TH—10AM TO 2PM
FEBRUARY 24TH—10AM TO 2PM
FOR A REASONABLE FEE, YOU CAN GET YOUR EMERGENCY KEY MADE!
The February 2018 Newsletter for Marquee Park Place is now posted on the website and displayed in the lobby, please pick one up. It’s also included in vivoportal.com for your reading enjoyment. We have several updates on this months newsletter that include the following:
RESIDENT’S IN UNIT MAINTENANCE TIPS and much more..
HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!
SPA AND POOL
FEBRUARY 15 thru
APRIL 1st 2018!
The Marquee Park Place Board of Directors Agenda for January 17, 2018 is now posted on this website, vivoportal.com, the elevators East Tower and West Tower and the Marquee mail room. The executive session starts at 5:30 pm, meeting is closed to members and the regular session starts promptly at 7:00 pm, members only are invited to attend the meeting. Location of the meetings: East Tower, 4th Floor Lounge. Thank you.
We wish you peace, love, health happiness and most of all
Happy New Year 2018!
Marquee Park Place
The January 2018 Newsletter for Marquee Park Place is now posted on the website and displayed in the lobby, please pick one up. It’s also included in vivoportal.com for your reading enjoyment. We have several updates on this months newsletter that include the following:
2018 Assessments – What’s for Sale or Lease at Marquee Park Place-
Mandatory Emergency Key Program and much more..
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
January 1, 2018
Re: Marquee Park Place Homeowners Association – 2018 Annual Budget Assessment Increase
Dear Marquee Park Place Homeowner(s):
With the fiscal year end of your Association approaching, your Board of Directors has undertaken a thorough review of the 2018 operating budget with the goal of providing for efficient operations and for funding adequate reserves to meet long-term requirements. As a result of this review the Board of Directors has determined that they are able to continue to maintain the quality of service within the Association and continue to fund reserves for future replacements with a modest decrease in assessments.
Therefore, effective January 1, 2018, your assessments will decrease an overall average of .17% as follows:
Please take this opportunity to note the dues change January 1, 2018 for your personal accounting and if you have the payment drawn from your bank, advise them of the change. If you are set up for automatic debit through Action Property Management, you will not need to make any changes; your new assessment amount will continue to be automatically debited.
The Board of Directors
Marquee Park Place Homeowners Association
Marquee Park Place Community
Holiday Gala Event
Saturday—December 2, 2017
6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
First Floor Lobby
Holiday Buffet— Santa Claus—Jazz Quartet—Magic
Cocktail Hour Begins at 6:00 pm
Food served promptly at 6:30 pm
Party Goes to 8:30 pm
Please RSVP at front desk by November 28, 2017
This event is for the Residents of Marquee Park Place in good standing only.
Please no extended family or friends.
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IMPORTANT ANNUAL NOTICE RESIDENT IN UNIT REQUIRED MAINTENANCE 2017
There are many elements in your home that require continued maintenance that are the responsibility of the unit owner to maintain. Please review the following maintenance tips to assist with repairs to some of these elements in your home:
EXTERNAL DRYER CLEAN OUT & VENT:
Clean the vent of lint every two weeks. The vent is located above the dryer. Blockage in your ducts may result in improper moisture evaporation, which can cause flooding. If you use Dryer Sheets in the dryer, remove the lint screen and clean thoroughly with hot soapy water and an old toothbrush for more efficient drying.
DRYER BOOSTER SWITCH – CONDENSATION:
Make sure to use your booster switch every time you use your dryer. Run it 30 minutes prior to use and continue until 30 minutes after drying your clothes. The switch moves moisture through your ducts. If you do not have a booster switch then you have an automatic relay switch inside the wall. Make sure you can hear it turn on while using your dryer. Do not use your dryer if your booster switch or automatic relay switch is not working.
WASHER/DRYER CLOSET MOISTURE SENSOR:
The moisture sensor must always be turned on! If the alarm sounds it is notifying you of moisture somewhere in your unit, which needs to be addressed right away, as it is most likely being caused by an issue with the aforementioned components.
Make sure to check that the green light is always on. Batteries should be changed at least twice a year.
Check to see if your toilet flushes properly, that the rubber flange drops over the filler inside the toilet tank and that you know how to turn off the water to the toilet tank in case of an emergency and flooding. Replace the plastic toilet supply hose line now!
HEAT PUMP (A/C and HEATING UNIT)
- You may have 1 to 3 units depending on your plan. Every home has at least two.
- Never block the grates to allow proper air circulation.
- The filters MUST be changed every 3 months or sooner regardless if you run your system.
- The HVAC water sensor inside detects proper drainage; if it fails the Unit will Flood the Drain Pan and Down to your Neighbor’s Unit.
- Schedule your Service NOW to make sure your system is operational.
PEX PLUMBING PRODUCT FAILURE – UPONOR:
If there is a product defect with the PEX plumbing system in your unit and you get a leak, as the owner you are responsible for repair and damages. Good news, it may be covered by warranty. (Important Note: Uponor will not come out to restore the unit or repair the plumbing. The warranty is not a substitute to filing an insurance claim with your carrier). See Front Desk for warranty documents.