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~ 2.5.20 LANDSCAPING COMMITTEE UPDATE ~
LANDSCAPING COMMITTEE UPDATE
YOUR DUES AT WORK - TRIUNFO CANYON LANDSCAPING MAINTENANCE
 
On Saturday, February 1, 2020, you may have noticed landscape maintenance going on along Triunfo Canyon Road within the Three Springs tract boundaries.  This area will now be maintained by the HOA. 
As a matter of information, in November 2019, the City of Westlake Village notified the HOA that after 30 years of City maintenance, the Three Springs HOA would now be responsible for the maintenance of the landscaping on Triunfo Canyon Road within the tract boundaries.
The City had conducted a title search of an adjoining property and determined that the HOA and not the City had the responsibility of landscape maintenance along Triunfo Canyon Road. The City formalized its position in a fourteen-page correspondence posted on our website under, “Home - 12/19/19 Front Entry Update.” 
The letter stated, “The City’s position that it is neither obligated nor authorized to maintain common facilities and/or private property along Triunfo Canyon Road adjacent ot the City’s approximately 12-foot right-of way behind the curb and along the Three Springs Drive.”  The City’s position was confirmed by the Association’s Legal Counsel. 
Based on the information provided and reviewed, the Three Springs Board of Directors voted to commence maintenance of the landscaping on Triunfo Canyon Road within the tract boundaries.  The maintenance and landscaping will be the HOA’s responsibility going forward and the Board has retained the services of a new landscape contractor who commenced work in this area on February 1, 2020.
Prior to the HOA assuming maintenance of the Triunfo landscape area the landscaping committee members inspected the landscaping and determined that there were a number of issues that need to be addressed to bring that area into compliance with the Association’s standards.  The Committee members have also met with City staff to discuss these issues and are presently working together towards a mutually agreeable solution for improving the general appearance of this area.