Eastview News Spring 2016

Dear Homeowners,

On behalf of the Board of Directors, we would like to Thank everyone that came to the Annual Meeting and that sent in a proxy! We are sad that we didn’t get to see everyone face to face.

Your Board did approve the 2016-2017 Budget, with no dues increase.

If you ever have any questions or concerns, Please don’t hesitate to contact me at 563-8818.

Tina Mariner
Association Manager

Please remember if you are going to remodel or have work done, your contractors have to remove all debris from the property. They are not allowed to put debris in the dumpster. If you see someone that doesn’t live in your area, throwing trash in your dumpster, please contact code enforcement at 343-8301. Give them the license plate information and they will send a fine.

Don’t Trash Eastview!
You can do your part to reduce the amount of waste in the dumpster and save the Association money! Please be sure to break down all boxes before putting them into the dumpster! Additionally you MAY NOT put any large items into the dumpster. This includes: furniture, televisions, microwaves, construction materials or ANY other LARGE OR HAZARDOUS ITEMS. 

Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
Recycling can even save you money by reducing the amount of trash produced at your home. Start a recycle center at your home and drop off the items for free at:
Anchorage Recycling Center Location: 6161 Rosewood Street, Anchorage Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; regular weekday business hours for redemption of aluminum cans Accepts: Aluminum cans, steel cans, mixed paper, corrugated cardboard, newspaper, #1 PET plastic bottles, #2 HDPE plastic jugs, plastic bags and film.

House Rules Reminders
All pets must be kept on a leash at all times when outdoors. Please clean up after your animal and remove all waste. Each pet owner shall be responsible for the repair of damaged areas, including shrubs and lawn.

No storage of personal items underneath the carports or on the exterior of your units.

Any children under 12 must be supervised by an adult while in the common areas of the project. Owners shall be responsible for all damages to the common areas caused by the owners, owner’s children, tenants, or visitors.

Summer Home Maintenance Tips
1.    Deep Clean Your Household Fabrics: Summer is a great time for interior cleaning! When the warm weather arrives, open the windows in your home to create a cross breeze to help dry the items you’ve washed. From carpets to curtains, take advantage of the fresh summer breeze to clean your home’s interior. 
2.    Clean Around Your Dryer: Since cleaning your dryer requires some handiwork from outside your home, it’s a good idea to tackle this task in the warmth of Summer. Pull your dryer out from the wall and sweep away any dust that may have accumulated. Next, clean out your dryer’s duct by disconnecting it from the dryer and vacuuming its inside.
3.    Inspect Your Windows: Windows are an important part of your home, and can be costly to repair if not properly maintained. Check your windows to ensure there is no moisture buildup or evidence of it from previous months. This is an unlikely scenario in a new home, but it will only take a minute to check. Next, open and close every window in your home to ensure they glide smoothly. Lubricate them if necessary.