LAS CAMPANAS COMMUNITY NEWSLETTERAugust 2016Upcoming Las Campanas EventsSeptember 5, 2016LCOA Office will be CLOSEDLabor Day HolidayOctober 12, 201610:30 AM - Water & Sewer Board MeetingLCOA OfficeOctober 26, 201610:30 AM - LCOA Board MeetingLCOA Maint. OfficeWelcome New LCOA Property OwnersArnold & Karolyn CruzeEstates IIINicholos & Carlie VendittiEdward John & Dana GreevesMark HollandCarlos Alvarez & Zsuzsanna Tomay-YblyElizabeth GarfieldWilliam Dodge & Terry MichelJames HaleRobert & Mary StroupeMartin (Marty) MaddenCarmine & Barbara Anne VenaPark EstatesPark EstatesEstates IIEstancias II DLos SanterosEstates IEstates IIIPark EstatesEstates IIEstates ICarleton & Gail DavisAaron Brown & Charlotte RaynorLee Cohen & Sherly ChinowthPhilip & Silvana SmithPeter & Amy MerciecaMichael & Susan UremovichMario & Nadia CastanedaDenis & Camille HallmanEstates IVPark EstatesLas TerrazasEstates IIIEstancias II DEstates VII.2Estancias II DSilver Mesa
William Prull & Jodi VevodaCarrillo Construction, LLCMark ThomasCraig & Cydne JohnsonSteven & Catherine MillerRonald & Ellen BergerErasmo & Elfida EstradaMurray Sutton & Shirley GreenErasmo & Elfida EstradaJames & Sherry BuchGary & Katherine LawrenceTommy Gardner & Darkene StreitSallie JacksonJames & Kimberly LightfootJames & Loryn StaleySunil & Sujata DesaiChris & Melissa Mann - Joe & Carole ColvinJoseph & Natalie KincaidMichael & Colleen O'BoyleD. Gregory ValenzaSusan Krizelman & Gary WeisbartJeanne' Sei WilsonSierra West Sales CorporationEstancias II DEstates VII.2Estates VII.2PueblosEstanciasEstates IIIEstates IIEstates IEstates IPueblosEstates V.2Estates IIILas TerrazasEstates VII.2Club CasitasEstates IIIEstates IIEstates IEstancias IEstates VII.2Estancias II CLas MelodiasLos SanterosGene & Beverly DrummondJerry & Nanci PuckettRandall & Lynn ScottRichard & Sharon OttEstates IPark EstatesEstates IIPueblosHaciendas - Parade of Homes2016 Parade Information:August 12-14 11:00 AM to 6:00 PMAugust 19-21 11:00 AM to 6:00 PMFree Twilight Tour at select homes on August 19 4:00 PM to 9:00 PMThe Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association would like to welcome you to the Haciendas –A Parade of Homes. Tickets can be purchased online through the Lensic, at each house during theevent, at Counter Intelligence LLC (1512 Pacheco St Suite C204, Santa Fe 87505) or stop by the SantaFe Area Home Builders Association office located at 2520 Camino Entrada Unit B Santa Fe, NM 87507for your tickets and magazine!Check out the Haciendas Parade of HomesDIGITAL MAGAZINE
Message from Management – Paul SkojecMark Your Calendar!Annual Homeowners’ MeetingOctober 26, 2016 at 10:30 AMThe results of the elections for the Board of Directors will be announced at this meeting. It isimportant that the voice of ALL members be heard in this election. The Board of Directors is yourrepresentation regarding the governance of the community and your vote counts!ASSOCIATION PROJECT - Community Street Project UpdateCRACK FILLING:You will soon see Association staff finalizing the process of crack filling our streets. In thisoperation, cracks between ¼” and 1” are filled with a hot rubberized sealant that is extruded intothe cracks. This material sets up within minutes so traffic control is limited to the area adjacent tothe work. Streets will not be closed nor is it necessary to move your vehicles for this part of theproject but when driving in an area adjacent to the work please obey all signs and directions fromcrew personnel.SLURRY SEAL COATING:Interstate Pavement Resurfacing (IPR) is working with the Association and is scheduling a slurryseal resurfacing for the Casitas, Pueblos, Estates VII.1, Los Santeros and the Trailhead Phase II in thelate fall, weather dependent. For those residents in these areas, specific communication will be sentto each of you regarding the phasing of the project and any street detours. Please obey all signs anddirections from crew personnel.We recognize that there will be some inconvenience involved with this project, but if we worktogether, we can keep it to a minimum and come out with excellent results.Alert for All Dog Owners:Keep Dogs Leashed and Respect Owners Private PropertyWe all love our pets. We cherish our beloved dogs and cats and other pets. Many consider their petsto be just as important as a family member, sometimes even more important than members of theirown family.Homeowners love their homes. They have invested financially, emotionally and physically into theirhomes and work to preserve their investment and the property that surrounds it.We want to remind everyone that the leash law is a county wide ordinance. Failure to obey leavesyou personally and financially liable should your dog cause injury or property damage.If you are going for a jog or a walk with the family dog, please remember to carry a disposable bagwith you on your outings together. Sometimes the family dog has to “go” at the most inconvenient
time (in the neighbor’s yard, in the common areas, etc.). Please make sure you are prepared aheadof time for these special outings.Kindly respect the family orientated environment Las Campanas offers to all residents. Pleaseclean up after your pet. It’s a social and lawful responsibility.Quarterly Assessment FeesQuarterly assessment fees are due the first day of each new quarter (January 1st, April 1st, July 1stand October 1st). It is our intention to make payment of your quarterly assessments as convenientas possible. You may pay by mail, remit payment to the bank lockbox, pay by direct debitauthorization or pay online with our bank, Mutual of Omaha Community Association Banc (subjectto a nominal fee). Please contact the Association office if you need any assistance with setting up orremitting your quarterly assessments.Are You a Member of the Las Campanas Master Association Email Group?In an effort to manage the Las Campanas Master Association in a friendly, effective and efficientmanner, please help us with the following: If you are moving, selling a home or, have changed your email address or have enhanced your participation on the “information highway” and have an e-mailaddress, please contact our office at 505-820-7220. We need your updated home addresses and bill-tomailing information, phone numbers and e-mail to maintain an accurate database. Also, having your email address is an efficient and cost-effective venue in which the HOA can keep our residents abreast ofwhat’s happening in the community! Register your email address by emailing your name and emailaddress to email@example.com.Design Review Committee – I Love It! It’s Perfect! Now Let’s Change It!Reminder Regarding ModificationsPlease be reminded that in addition to ANY new construction, ANY exterior improvement orrevisions at Las Campanas, including but not limited to structural improvements or additions,exterior finishes including stucco, painting, and re-roofing, site work, landscape,sculptures/artwork, and play equipment MUST be approved in writing by the Design ReviewCommittee (DRC) PRIOR to construction or placement of the addition, revision or finish. If you are
starting any exterior work, please call Kim Visser (Director of Design Services) at 505.204.7824 orvia email at firstname.lastname@example.org to verify the approval of your project.In Closing Please feel free to call me with your ideas, concerns, and questions regarding the community at anytime. All correspondence should be addressed to the Las Campanas Owners Association and mailedto 366 Las Campanas Drive, Santa Fe NM 87506.Our general office hours are 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Thursday and 8:00 AM to 4:30PM on Fridays.Most Cordially,Paul SkojecGeneral ard of Directors Asks Owners for Consent to Amend theCovenant Violation Policy, Procedures & Fine ScheduleAt the July 27, 2016 Board of Director’s Meeting, a discussion was held pertaining to amendmentsto the existing Covenant Violation Policy, Procedures & Fine Schedule. Prior to adopting thispolicy as amended, the Board asked that the policy be published in this newsletter and if there isany feedback, you may send an email to our General Manager at email@example.com he will forward the feedback to the Board of Directors, prior to our next meeting to be held onOctober 26, 2016 at 10:30 AM where this policy will be on the agenda for adoption.Additional background information: The Covenants Committee met on February 10, 2016 andagain on March 9, 2016 to review a standardization of the violation letters and updates to the FineSchedule. The Association’s legal counsel has also reviewed and provided updates to the CovenantViolation Policy, Procedures & Fine Schedule and Owner letters.THE LAS CAMPANAS MASTER ASSOCIATIONCOVENANT VIOLATION POLICY, PROCEDURES AND FINE SCHEDULEThe Board of Directors of The Las Campanas Master Association (Association) hereby adopts thefollowing policy, procedures and fine schedule as they relate to covenant violation(s) as defined1 inits Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Master Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions,Assessments, Charges, Servitudes, Liens, Reservations and Easements, and Master DesignGuidelines (collectively known as Governing Documents)1.1Consistent with the Governing Documents, and New Mexico law, an Owner is responsiblefor his/her own actions and conduct, and the actions and conduct of any occupants ofhis/her Unit, including but not limited to, family members, tenants, guests or invitees.Capitalized terms have the same meaning as those terms defined in the Governing Documents.
2.Potential violations (complaint) of the Governing Documents must be reported to theGeneral Manager of the Association in writing using the attached form. Potential violationscan also be determined directly by the Association employees, in which case no complaintform is required.3.If a written complaint is submitted to the Association, the General Manager, or Associationemployee to whom the General Manager has given this responsibility, shall determinewhether the complaint identifies an alleged violation of the Governing Documents. If so, theAssociation shall attempt to contact the alleged violator (Owner and/or occupant) todiscuss the complaint prior to mailing (first class or registered) a notice of alleged violationto the Owner. Generally, the first notice will be a courtesy notice and will not contain a fine.However, the Association can vary from the policy, at its discretion, and impose a fine basedon the first violation if it deems that a fine is warranted for the first violation. Furthermore,the Association intends to impose fines for certain violations based on the first letter sent,as set forth in the attached Fine Schedule.4.If the violation is not cured after the courtesy notice is sent, or if the violation reoccurswithin a time period determined by the Association (through the Board or the GeneralManager), the Association may issue an additional notice of violation. Such notice shalladvise the Owner that, if the violation is not cured within the time period indicated in thenotice of violation, the Owner shall be subject to fines pursuant to the Fine Schedule.However, the Association can vary from the policy, at its discretion, and impose fines withthe issuance of this letter. Furthermore, the Association intends to impose fines for certainviolations from the first letter sent, as set forth in the attached Fine Schedule.5.If the violation is not cured after the first notice of violation is sent, or if the violationreoccurs within a time period determined by the Association (through the Board or theGeneral Manager), the Association may issue a second notice of violation. Such notice shallinclude (a) the nature of the alleged violation; (b) the proposed fine to be imposed for noncompliance; (c) a period of not less than fifteen (15) days from the date of delivery of noticewithin which the Owner may present a written request to the Covenants Committee for ahearing to present an oral and/or written opposition to imposition of the proposedsanction; and (d) a statement that the proposed sanction shall be imposed as contained inthe notice unless a challenge has begun during the Hearing Request Period. This notice ofviolation shall be used for the first letter to be sent to Owners in violation of the short-termrental restrictions.6.If the violation is not cured after the second notice of violation is sent, the Association maysend Notices of Continued Fines for Non-Compliance in accordance with the Fine Schedule.The Association may also pursue any other legal remedies available to the Association.7.If the nature of the alleged violation is such that, in the sole discretion of the Board ofDirectors, it poses an imminent threat of causing a substantial adverse effect on the health,safety or welfare of the members of the Association, then the Association may forego anyappeal process and may immediately seek remedy through law suit or other means, such asself-help (e.g., the towing of vehicles in violation of parking rules and regulations). Theresponsible Owner shall pay all associated costs, including reasonable attorney fees.Hearing ProcessA request for a hearing can be filed by the Owner, within fifteen (15) days of the notice of allegedviolation (Hearing Request Period). It must be submitted in writing to the Covenants Committee.
1.If a hearing is requested, it shall be held by a special meeting of the Covenants Committee,scheduled at the earliest, mutually convenient time. The Covenants Committee shalldetermine the amount of fine to be imposed. Fines may be imposed as described in theoriginal notice, but, at the discretion of the Covenants Committee, may be suspended if theviolation is cured within the Hearing Request Period. If the Owner has received additionalviolation notices from the Association prior to the hearing with the Covenants Committee,the Covenants Committee may hear the Owner’s appeal on all such notices at the samehearing and make a determination of all fines to be imposed based on such violation notices.2.Covenant Committee decisions may be appealed to the Board of Directors, in writing, withinthirty (30) days of the Covenant Committee's decision.3.Hearings conducted by the Covenants Committee or the Board of Directors pursuant to theGoverning Documents shall not be open to the public, except at the discretion of the Boardof Directors and with the consent of the Owner.4.If no request for hearing is filed, fines will begin five (5) days after the expiration of theHearing Request Period.Fine ScheduleThe attached Fine Schedule and its implementation relative to a violation of the GoverningDocuments shall serve as a guideline for the Association. However, the Covenants Committee andthe Board may vary from the Fine Schedule at its discretion, depending on the nature of theviolation, the number of present violations, and the number of prior violations.Any past due fine shall bear interest and be subject to the same collection remedies as any unpaidassessment. In addition to the foregoing, the Owner against whom the fine is imposed is also liablefor any common expenses caused by the misconduct of such Owner (or any person for whom theOwner is responsible), including any legal fees or costs incurred by the Association to bring theOwner into compliance with the Association’s Governing Documents.This Policy, as amended, shall become effective immediately upon adoption by vote of the Board ofDirectors. Adopted, as amended, on October 26, 2016 by the Board of Directors of The LasCampanas Master Association.EXHIBIT A – FINE SCHEDULEThe following fine schedule has been adopted for all recurring covenant violations:(Every 30 days for continuing violation of the same covenant or rule.)Timing of NoticeViolationTypeDescription of NoticeAmount Charged toOwner’s AccountUpon Discovery of ViolationFirstViolationCourtesy Notice 0.0030 Days After Courtesy NoticeSecondViolationNotice of Violation 0.0030 Days After Notice ofViolationThirdViolationSecond Notice of Violation 200.00
30 Days After Second Notice ofViolationFourthViolationNotice of Continued Fine for NonCompliance 300.0030 Days After Notice ofContinued Fine for NonCompliance30 Days After Notice ofContinued Fine for NonCompliance30 Days After Notice ofContinued Fine for NonCompliance30 Days After Notice ofContinued Fine for NonCompliance30 Days After Notice ofContinued Fine for NonCompliance30 Days After Notice ofContinued Fine for NonComplianceFifthViolationNotice of Continued Fine for NonCompliance 400.00SixthViolationNotice of Continued Fine for NonCompliance 500.00SeventhViolationNotice of Continued Fine for NonCompliance 600.00EighthViolationNotice of Continued Fine for NonCompliance 700.00NinthViolationNotice of Continued Fine for NonCompliance 800.00TenthViolationNotice of Continued Fine for NonCompliance 900.00Upon a determination that an Owner is in violation of the leasing provisions set forth in Section4.3.2 of the Master Declaration, as amended, the Association has established a system of fines forthe purpose of securing compliance by the Owner in violation.(Every day for continuing violation of the leasing provisions of Section 4.3.2 of the MasterDeclaration, as amended.)Timing NoticeViolationTypeDescription of NoticeUpon Discovery of ViolationFirstViolationNotice of Violation30 Days After Notice ofViolationSecondViolationNotice of Fine for Non-ComplianceAmount Charged toOwner’s Account 250.00 Per DayContinuing Per DayAmount 250.00AGING IN PLACE WORKING GROUPQUARTERLY REPORT / MAY – JULY 2016Las Campanas Owners AssociationWork Group Members: Lori Adcock, Terri Harvell, Priscilla Munro, Doug Strasser and Jim WurtsThe AIP Work Group is part of the Community Relations Committee.The following is our progress to date:Phase I Research - completed March, 2016 Conducted Owner/Resident survey finding strong interest in aging in place, CCRCs, andVillage concept. Identified and documented approximately 50 local or regional
services/providers and met with 9 for deeper research. Located several Websites andapproximately 25 articles on Elderly Services and related Aging in Place information.Phase II Reporting - completed May, 2016 (all info on LCOA Web Site) Prepared and published a 44 page set of reports.Phase III Education Programs (presentation) - completed June 2016 Well attended (98) and well received presentation at the Club. Post presentation surveyvery positive with high interest in follow-up presentations on the Village program and by aCCRC provider. 70% of comments were positive and 28% were questions or concerns, only1 negative.Phase IV Implementation - Currently underway Active effort with Santa Fe Neighbors Village program. We have 3 AIPWG membersinvolved with the program in key roles. Santa Fe Neighbors Village is planning an October2016 roll-out. Additional educational presentations related to CCRCs and the Village are being consideredfor the future. Dates TBD.Status of the AIPWG going forward:We believe we have fulfilled our original approved mission. Therefore, we will no longer meetregularly as an active Work Group, but we will operate on an "as needed" or "on call" basis fromthis point forward. If new issues or opportunities present themselves we are prepared to reactivate the Work Group. Individual plans are as follows: Doug Strasser, will remain chair of the Work Group and will be available to coordinatefuture efforts and set-up provider presentations as needed, e.g. we may wish to have aformal CCRC provider presentation or a Village presentation similar to what we did on June15th at the Club. Terri Harvell will assist with Village program and help with any future providerpresentations as needed. Jim Wurts will continue to work with the Village program in the area healthcare resources. Priscilla Munro and Lori Adcock will work together directly with the V
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