The Rancho Colinas neighborhood (corner of Vista del Verde and Coto de Caza Drive) alerted us to some suspicious activity taking place.
According to a community alert issued by the Rancho Colinas board of directors, “a sales representative from PS Circulation [has been in the Rancho Colinas] neighborhood soliciting magazines and books sales. PS Circulation LLC has an F rating from the Better Business Bureau and has numerous complaints on the Internet from customers who paid cash for books and magazines, never received their merchandise and have been unable to get a refund.”
Soliciting is not permitted in Coto de Caza. If you have concerns about solicitors, you should contact Universal Patrol at 949-858-2284.
Join us for Wednesday’s board meeting. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Agenda items include:
- Handyman Proposal by Alpha Regional
- 2015 Association Goals and Projects
- Villa Serena Lights
- Committee Reports & Updates
Wednesday, January 14
6 p.m. – Open Meeting Session
7 p.m. – Homeowners Forum
Canyon Room, Coto Valley Club
January 2015 Open Meeting Agenda
January 2015 Executive Meeting Agenda
To download copies of the 2015 Parking Passes, simply click on this link.
As a reminder, on-street parking is by permit only. This year vehicles must park on the odd-numbered side of the street.
Village Parking Rules & Regulations
- Whenever possible, all residents, guests and service personnel should park in homeowner driveways.
- If it is not possible to park in a homeowner’s driveway, guests and service personnel should first look to park in off-street parking areas.
- On-street parking in the Village is by permit only and follows an odd/even year schedule. Village Parking Permits are valid for ONLY between the hours of 6 a.m. and midnight. No overnight street parking is permitted.
Thanks for helping keep Village streets clear and safe!
UPDATED: Sincere thanks to everyone who came to today’s workshop & brainstorm session. There was a large and lively crowd. For those interested in getting in touch with the Village Working Group, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Again, thank you for attending, expressing your opinions and giving input on this very important subject.
Sure, it’s the crazy-busy holiday season but we hope you’ll find time to drop in to the Village Working Group’s Workshop and Brainstorm session from 12-2 this Saturday to give input on proposed tract maps and amenities in the event Coto Valley Club gets sold to a developer who wants to put in houses. Silver-Bronze is expected to make its decision on the sale of the club this month.
The workshop will be open-house style for Village residents with participants dropping by any time during the 2 hour session. Information overviews will be given at 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. Bring your friends from the Village. The more the merrier!
Workshop & Brainstorm Session
Saturday, December 6
12 p.m. – 2 p.m.
Canyon Room, Coto Valley Club
Bob Merritt of Via Pato passed away unexpectedly on Friday, November 28. Bob, his wife Linda and daughter Kimberly settled in the Village during the early days and were active in the community. Bob was a long-time member and president of the Village board of directors, and he and Linda were honored as Yule Log “chippers” for their contributions to Coto.
The Village Working Group would like to thank all who attended last night’s meeting. It was a productive session and the committee received a lot of ideas that it is working on incorporating into its plans. Stay tuned to the blog for more information.
Below is a copy of the presentation from the meeting.
VWG November 12 Presentation