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Solera Diamond Valley View February 2023

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SOLERA DIAMOND VALLEY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION 951.652.5766 Irma Rabago, General Manager Teri Collett, Lifestyle Director Tyler Barber, Property Service Manager Luke Petersen, Concierge Facility Monitors: Colin Barber, Elijah Navarrete, Anessa Willbanks COMMUNITY WEBSITE PULTE WARRANTY SERVICE • 949.255.1650 SEABREEZE CUSTOMER CARE 800.232.7517, opt. 1 • ON-SITE COMMUNITY PATROL Allied Universal • (470) 718-8572 Patrol hours: 6 pm - 6 am BOARD OF DIRECTORS President, Robert Vise, Vice-President, Dana Kilpatrick, Treasurer, Ralph Grider, Secretary, Linda Weiss, Member at Large, Paul Bradstreet HOURS OF OPERATION MOUNTAIN VIEW Lodge 1645 Paseo Diamante, Hemet, CA 92545 Lodge & Pool Hours: Sunday: 7 am - 8 pm; Monday - Saturday: 7 am - 9 pm After Hours Monitor Contact 951.313.2071 PUBLICATION EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Teri Collett COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE Theresa Rossetti, Chairperson • Clare Mendez Cindy Ponce de Leon • Kathy Caraher Mary McKernan • Wendy Bolduc PRODUCTION Image Up Advertising & Design and Arrow Printing ARTICLE SUBMISSIONS All submissions must be emailed to teri.collett@seabreezemgmt. com no later than the 10th of the month. Articles should not exceed 500 words, 250 words for club news and 100 words for groups. The View is published monthly by the Solera Diamond Valley Community Association (SDVCA). This publication is copyrighted and may not be reproduced or reprinted without the written permission of SDVCA. Submitted articles published at the approval and discretion of the Editor-in-Chief. ADVERTISING Contact Image Up at (909) 797-3647 or email It saddens me to say that even though Management has acted in good faith on behalf of the Board of Directors and the Governing Documents of the Association in providing plenty of time to submit the Age Verification Form, not everyone has. Solera Diamond Valley is currently at risk of losing their status of a 55 and Older Active Community. What does that mean? It means that the majority of the occupancy of the homes in Solera Diamond Valley Community will no longer be restricted to persons 55 and older. I have been told numerous times by several homeowners that having the status of 55 and Older Active Community is a major part of why people purchased their home here, and in many cases the only part! It is very important that everyone participate in this practice every two years. By this time, if Management has not received a form for every person residing in your home, a letter was sent to each homeowner advising that a $100 fine will be charged to your individual account for failure to comply with the State, Federal, and Association regulations. If you have any further questions, please contact Luke Petersen, Concierge via email at luke. General Manager Coffee with the Board & GM Coffee with the Board & GM will be Feb. 9 at 2 pm. FROM THE 2 SOLERA DIAMOND VALLEY | FEBRUARY 2023 Community Updates • Billiard's ceiling was fixed • Indoor spa railing is on our Vendor's schedule. They are waiting for parts and expect them in roughly 2 weeks. • A gym light has been repaired and is fully functioning • Treadmill TVs have been repaired, please ask management if you need any assistance with the machines. • A survey to move the mailboxes was sent out • Please ensure that your address tile lights are functioning during the night, so emergency services can easily locate your home when necessary. • Per the governing documents, please ensure that your pets remain on a leash outside of your home. Violations: Closed - 14; Opened - 6 By Irma Rabago

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