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~ THANK YOU FROM THE THREE SPRINGS HOA ~
THANK YOU FROM THE THREE SPRINGS HOA
FOR A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THREE SPRINGS PARK LAST SATURDAY
 
Last Saturday was a great opportunity for your HOA Board and the Residents of Three Springs to demonstrate their kindness and generosity to those in need and to our First Responders.
 
Since the inception of the Covid 19 Pandemic in 2020, your HOA Board and residents of Three Springs have held regular Food Drives to assist those adversely impacted by the Pandemic. These Food Drives held by the HOA have all been facilitated outdoors and fully compliant with CDC Guidelines. Our Three Springs residents have responded in kind to each event demonstrating their compassion and generosity with their food and monetary donations.
 
This HOA Food Drive held last Saturday at Three Springs Park was no exception.  Under clear blue skies and mild temperatures, our residents contributed more than 15 bins of food and cash donations for the Manna of the Conejo Food Bank.
 
Making it even more special was the fact that this was the First Time an HOA had partnered with the Sheriff’s Department in Westlake Village for the “Coffee with A Deputy” program.  After dropping off their food donations, our residents were able to meet and greet outdoors with our Local Sheriff’s Deputies and discuss issues of community concern.
 
This was a wonderful opportunity to meet with our Local Deputies while at the same time donating to the needy in our community. The compassion and kindness of our First Responders shined brightly that day as many of them adjusted their work schedules so they could participate and meet with our residents. It clearly demonstrates their dedication to our community and willingness to engage in our neighborhood concerns.
 
Your HOA Board wishes to thank those Deputies and their colleagues for joining us that day and for protecting us each and every day here in Three Springs.  We are honored and humbled to be the First HOA in Westlake Village to host this vital community event.
 
Thank you once again to all who donated to this worthy cause demonstrating the kindness and generously of our HOA and our neighborhood.  Please keep checking back here on our website and join us for our next food drive coming (by popular demand) later in 2022! 
 
Photo Caption:  Seated from Left to Right, Three Springs Resident Volunteer, Lenore Greenman, HOA Vice President Pam Johnson, HOA Member At Large Neal Rein, HOA President Larry Coleman, HOA Treasurer Pat Brennan, HOA Secretary Susan Simowitz

~ IMPORTANT REMINDER REGARDING THREE SPRINGS HOA SB 9 CC&R AMENDMENT BALLOTS ~
Last week each Three Springs homeowner was mailed a ballot to vote on a proposed Amendment to the CC&R’s regarding subdivision of their lots under recently passed California Senate Bill 9 (SB9).  Many homeowners have received their ballots, voted, and already returned them for tabulation.  The HOA would like to thank those who acted so quickly for their prompt reply.
 
Some homeowners have reported they have not received their ballots yet.  If you have NOT received your ballot yet, please call the Emmons Company at (805) 413-1170, and request that a ballot be sent to you for vote and tabulation.  It is very important that as many homeowners as possible vote and return their ballots so their vote is counted.   Ballots must be received, by mail, not later than 5:00p.m. on TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 2022.
 
The HOA Board voted to propose this Amendment to the CC&R’s to be voted on by the homeowners to protect the property values and the character of our community as much as possible against the SB9 bill. The HOA supports this amendment which proposes to prohibit lot splitting, and encourages all homeowners to vote YES on this change.  The HOA also encourages each homeowner to discuss this issue with your Three Springs neighbors and urge them to vote YES and support this amendment.
Note:  The proposed Amendment does not affect homeowners’ right to construct accessory dwelling units (ADUs or “granny flats”).
 
Any questions regarding this matter can be directed to the Emmons Company at (805) 413-1170, Attention Kathy O’Connor.

~ 12/9/21-PROPOSED THREE SPRINGS CC&R AMENDMENT REGARDING CALIFORNIA SENATE BILL 9 – LOT SPLITTING ~
DISCUSSION
 
·         As you may already be aware, beginning January 1, 2022, CA Senate Bill 9 (SB9) allows homeowners to subdivide their property into two (2) lots, with up to two (2) residences that can be built upon each lot.  This would allow a current, existing lot with one (1) residence to be subdivided with up to four (4) residences on what is now the current lot.
 
·         The intent of the legislation is to allow increased density in single family residential zoned communities in order to ensure access to more affordable housing in California.   This means that the density of the Three Springs Association could increase exponentially, thus impacting the character of the community and property values. 
 
·         By strengthening the Associations CC&Rs with the proposed Amendment, the CC&R’s are then as protective as possible against this new law and prevents the subdivision of Three Springs’ lots, and the character and value of the Three Springs community is preserved.
 
·         Therefore, the Board is proposing to amend the CC&Rs to prohibit “lot splitting” in light of this new law.
 
·         Please note this proposed Amendment does not affect homeowners’ right to construct accessory dwelling units (“ADUs” or “granny flats”).
 
In the near future you will be receiving in the US Mail voting instructions and ballots.  Please vote and return your ballots by JANUARY 19, 2022, as this will prevent the need to extend the balloting period, which is an additional financial burden to the Association.
 
Every homeowner is encouraged to stay informed, have discussions with your neighbors, and urge support of the Amendment.   Any questions regarding this matter can be directed to the Emmons Company at (805) 413-1170, Attention Kathy O’Connor.
 
More information on California Senate Bill 9, (SB 9) can be viewed at:

~ COVID-19 website information ~
Below please find direct resource information that apply to Westlake Village, LA County, Ventura County and State of CA information and resources for COVID-19:
 
City of Westlake Village
 
L. A. County
 
Ventura County