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~ Upcoming City Street Work ~
The City of Westlake Village has scheduled street work on Three Springs Drive at the entry; the street will be cold milled (pavement grinding) on Monday 2/25 and paved on Tuesday 2/26.  Questions regarding this work should be directed to the City at 805-890-8885.

~ January 22, 2019 ~ Entry Project Summary ~
We are very happy to report the Entry Project has been completed with the exception of completion of some punch list items.
 
Please click on the link below for the  President’s Report which summarizes the Entry Project and its associated costs.
 

~ Treasurers Report ~
To:  All Homeowners
 
As Treasurer it is my responsibility to inform homeowners that there will be a $10 increase in our annual membership dues effective February 1, 2019.  This increase was voted unanimously (5-0) by the Board of Directors.  The increase is due to the increasing cost of doing business including, but not limited to, management, legal expenditures and other general costs related to the Association business.  It is worth noting that the increase in assessments is not related to funding the Front Entrance project.
 
In addition, I am happy to announce that the Board reviewed and approved the 2019 reserve study at our December meeting.  The study, completed by a reserve specialist, indicates that the Association’s reserves are 95% funded, which shows a strong reserve position.  For those who are not aware, the reserve fund is held separately from the operating fund and is utilized to maintain the Association’s capital improvements which are the improvements at the main entry to our community.
 
Pat Brennan
Treasurer

 
~ *PLEASE SEE THE IMPORANT MESSAGE BELOW FROM THE CITY OF WESTLAKE VILLAGE REGARDING THE POSSIBLE THREAT OF MUDSLIDES AFTER FIRE EVENT* ~
As you may be aware, in southern California wildfires are nearly always followed by the threat of mudslides when rainfall hits slopes recently denuded by the fires.  Our recent fires in Westlake Village have resulted in slopes (natural and man-made) which have the potential to produce mudslides under the right precipitation conditions.
 
Los Angeles County Department of Public Works will be visiting the City over the next few weeks to assess the potential for mud and debris flows following the Woolsey Fire.  They will provide private property owners with free engineering advice when problems are noted.
 
To aid property owners in preparing for coming rain events (an event is forecast for next week), the County has provided a link to their online brochure “Homeowners Guide to Flood, Debris, and Erosion Control.“ This brochure can be found at https://dpw.lacounty.gov/wmd/HomeOwners/
 
Please distribute this link to your residents and advise them to evaluate their property for the risk of mud- and debris-flows in future rain events and begin recommended actions to protect their homes and property from damage.  There is a prediction of a mild El Niño event this year, with anticipated rainfall exceeding the average rainfall for the rainy season.  Now is the time to begin preparations for such an occurrence.
 
Questions regarding disaster management or relief efforts should be directed to Philippe Eskandar at (818) 706-1613, or by email to Philippe@wlv.org.
 
Thanks,
 
Scott