September 2016 Newsletter

Hello Everyone,

The September newsletter lets us know of an important notification program designed to keep our community safe during extreme, dry weather conditions. Everyone should read and become familiar with the California Department of Forestry’s”Red Flag” Warning System.

Don’t forget to VOTE!  Eight candidates are vying for five positions this year, with the Election held October 12th. If you do not plan on attending the Election meeting at the Clubhouse, please be sure to get your ballots mailed in time to count!

September 2016 Coto Village Voice Newsletter

 

 

2016 Board of Directors Election Materials

You should have received your 2016 Board of Directors Election Materials in the mail by now. A PDF of an official ballot is included below along with all Candidate Statements and the Election Official Notice.

If you have not received your materials, please contact First Service Residential Management:

Janine Stratton, Community Manager : 949-448-6185

Rebekah Wall, Assistant Community Manager : 949-448-6256

After hours: (800) 428-5588

2016 Election Ballot

2016 Election Candidate Statements

2016 Election OFFICIAL NOTICE (Including FAQ’s)

Brush Fire East of Trabuco Canyon Road in Cleveland National Forest

To All Village Homeowners,

At around 5am this morning a brush fire broke out just northeast of our community near Gypson Canyon, Holy Jim Canyon and Bell Ridge, east of Trabuco Canyon Road. A large plume of smoke is easily visible from your Village home doorsteps to the northeast and at this minute you can hear fire-fighting helicopters flying in the distance.

Here are two recently posted news links:

Orange County Register-Holy Jim Canyon Fire Link

Local Rancho Santa Margarita News Link

We will update you with additional information as it becomes available.

 

August 2016 Newsletter

Hi Everyone,

Over the last month we emphasized the importance of fire preparedness by posting online a request from the Orange County Fire Authority for Fire Watch Volunteers.
Since then, Southern California has endured at least two very, very serious forest fires. Fortunately we have not been directly affected but by no means should we be less vigilant.

Under these historic, extremely dry conditions, fire prevention should be a homeowner priority. As a community, we will be soon performing fire prevention actions in common areas that are spelled out in this month’s newsletter.

August 2016 Coto Village Voice Newsletter

Call for Candidates

Dear Coto de Caza Community Association Homeowners,

The 2016 Annual Meeting to elect our Board of Directors for the coming year is approaching, with the submission deadline for all prospective candidates interested in serving on the Board due Monday, August 29, 2016.

Candidacy filing instructions and an application form can be accessed via the link below.

Coto de Caza Community Association 2016 Candidacy Instructions

 

 

 

July 2016 Newsletter

Hi Everyone,

As another dry, hot summer bears down on us, fire preparedness is not the only concern we should be on the lookout for. Rattlesnakes are being sited in Southern California communities more and more. An article in this month’s newsletter brings this issue to light that we encourage everyone to read. You can also click here to find out more about rattlesnake awareness.

July 2016 Coto Village Voice Newsletter