glenshire devonshire residents association magazin heights, the richard muellers of reno, and...
Post on 11-Jul-2020
Embed Size (px)
shire GLENSHIRE DEVONSHIRE RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION MAGAZINE
2| Glenshire/Devonshire Residents Association
12 TREES, BRANCHES, AND POWER LINES — A BAD COMBINATION If you know of a tree that you believe could fall on one of Liberty Utilities’ power lines, they want to know about it!
14 UNDERSTANDING DARK SKY EXTERIOR LIGHTINGStudies show that bright lights do not increase safety but can actually threaten security.
18 TRUCKEE DAYJoin your friends & neighbors for this town-wide street clean up and block party!
13 A LITTLE GLENSHIRE HISTORYCheck out the “Club Innisfree Newsletter” from June of 1971.
CLUB INNISFREE nE wslETTEH JUNE 1971
SALUTE TO TRUCKEE DAY!
On April 17th, a parade through Truckee kicked off a day of celebration and fun for those who attended our first annual "Salute To Truckee Day"! Although the weather was snowy and cold, nearly 500 people enjoyed the outdoor bar becue, beer, 7-piece country band, speeches, carnival games and haywagon rides.
President David C. I rmer pre sented the architectural draw ings of the new Clubhouse and stables (see cut), part of the CI u b Inn i sfree recreational amenities to be built this sum mer. Two tennis courts, a swim ming pool and parking area will also be constructed as part of this facility, adding a new dimension to the existing Club facilities on Lake Tahoe.
We had excellent represen tation from invited press from Southern California, the Bay Area, Lake Tahoe and Truckee. Additionally, Randy Seisler, Len Rhode and Stan Hein deman of the San Francisco 49ers participated in the festivi ties, as did Bill Dana who made a special trip from his home in Honolulu.
Property owners who braved snow warnings included Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sch w ager of Berkeley, the Junior Walter H. Knusts of San Jose, Mrs. Ster ling Hoskins, Jr. of Milpitas, the William Berglands of Mt. View, Phyllis McDole, Mr. & Mrs. Carl Schatz, Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Wise, Mr. & Mrs. 8. G. Crawford, Mr. & Mrs. Larry Smith, and the George Hennises from Stockton. There were also a number of property owners from Sierra Meadows, among them the August Siegrists who won a w e e k e n d a t t h e H yatt House/Monterey.
Among a group of property owners who got together for a
ARTIST'S RENDERING OF NEW CLUBHOUSE
1;-.;;.;ISFREE EQVESTRJA:'s FACILITY
ARCHITECTURAL SKETCH OF NEW STABLES
steak barbecue at the Cabana Club afterw ards were the Charles Villemins & Bob Fitz geralds of Truckee, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thomas of Marysville, Mr. and Mrs. Kemble of Yuba
From the looks of the construc tion picture now, there will be lots of sawing and hammering at lnnis free/Glenshire this summer. Among those currently working with their builders are the Walter Staffords of San Francisco, the William Warners of Redwood City, the James Amos of Walnut Creek, the Alvin Tocksteins and Dr. & Mrs. Belfield of San Jose, Mr. & Mrs. James Holl of Palo Alto, the Eugene Hopkins of La Mirada, Bobbye F. Wedeen of Seal Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lee.
City, the Knox Perrys of Auburn, the Ralph Hiltons and E. R. Kilveins of Sacramento, Rachael Garner of Citrus Heights, the Richard Muellers of Reno, and Clarence Golomb of Vacaville.
NEW OFFICE LOCATIONS
The I nnisfree Sales Office at Lake Tahoe is now located in the first model home at I nnisfree/G lenshire, telephone (916) 587-4291. Club lnn isfree will maintain its office at the Cabana beach and club in Kings Beach, telephone (916) 546-3365. The mail ing address for the Sales Office and Club remains P.O. Box 1288, Kings Beach, CA 95719.
12 13 18
03 NOTE FROM YOUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS Survey information
04 NOTE FROM YOUR GENERAL MANAGER Spring cleaning
05 SIMPLY GREEN The great pine needle debate
06 GDRA Board Candidates wanted, Pool jobs available | 6 Vehicle donation | 10
09 WILDLIFE & CRITTERS Owls in the Shire
11 PERSPECTIVE Funny bone fix
16 BULLETIN BOARD Announcements, messages, notifications
19 TRUCKEE POLICE & FIRE DEPARTMENT Wildfire is coming. Are you ready?
Glenshire prints green. Please recycle.
SATURDAY, MAY 27 POOL OPENS WEEKENDS (TENTATIVE) SATURDAY, JUNE 3 TRUCKEE DAY SATURDAY, JUNE 10 ANNUAL DUMPSTER DAY NO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS OR YARD WASTE LIKE PINE NEEDLES, BRUSH, BRANCHES ETC.
SAT & SUN, JUNE 3-4 GLENSHIRE YARD SALE WEEKEND SATURDAY, JUNE 24 POOL OPENS DAILY (TENTATIVE) FRIDAY, JULY 7 APPLICATION FOR GDRA BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTION DUE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 ANNUAL MEETING, 11:30AM APPOINTMENT OF BOARD OFFICERS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 LAST DAY OF POOL OPERATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING SCHEDULE
6pm at the Glenshire Clubhouse 15726 Glenshire Drive
May 10, 2017 June 14, 2017 July 12, 2017
August 9, 2017 September 2, 2017
11:30am October 11, 2017
DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Design Review Committee (DRC) meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month at 7am. DRC meetings will be canceled
if no items are on the agenda 10 days in advance of the meeting.
CCMedia Truckee • Reno • Las Vegas
P| 530.582.4100 F| 530.582.4414
email@example.com | www.ccmedia.net
BOARD MEMBERS Pam Stock, President
Jamie Brimer, Vice President Sally Lyon, Treasurer
Marty Frantz, Secretary Mike Canney, Member at Large
DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE Ron Boehm
Darby Brookman Brian McEneaney
GDRA STAFF Dan Warren, General Manager
Lori Kelley, Administrative Assistant
CLUBHOUSE OFFICE 15726 Glenshire Drive
Truckee, CA 96161 P| 530.587.6202 F| 530.587.7045
Office Hours generally from 8am-5pm Monday - Friday
Please call ahead in case we are out meeting with someone from the neighborhood.
CONTACT US Main Office: 530.587.6202
email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.glenshiredevonshire.com
The Shire is the official publication of the
Glenshire/Devonshire Residents Association
published by CCMedia
May 2017 |3
Survey Information from your Board In the last Shire, the Board put out an overview of the community survey done last summer. Out of that survey, we found three areas that we wanted to address:
1. Communication and outreach to GDRA members
2. Compliance with CC&R’s
3. GDRA budget and finances
In this article, we will begin with communication and outreach to members.
When reading the survey, most members answering the survey were satisfied to very satisfied that GDRA is accomplishing the goal of protecting and enhancing the quality of life and property in Glenshire. This goal encompasses helping to keep Glenshire safe, keeping property values up, providing amenities that people can enjoy within budget, and helping to bring the community together in a variety of ways.
The first part of the goal, keeping Glenshire safe, will focus on fire safety as discussed in our last Shire. This spring, GDRA will be launching a program of fire safety, focusing on commending those who have
conducted fire safety activities around their respective properties, and encouraging/ educating those who may not be aware of fire safe activities.
Providing amenities for members/guests to enjoy, and having community gatherings are also part of communication and outreach. We have a beautiful pool now and without doing this work, we would have had to close down the pool, as it was falling apart. Many realtors have commented that having this amenity does keep property values up. Even if there are some that never use the pool, please be assured that if and when you decide to sell your property, this plays a part in keeping your property value up.
The following are activities provided and paid for by GDRA:
Glenshire Day which includes GDRA information, Town entity information and a free BBQ for families. Participation from the community is declining, and the cost of putting this on is about $4000. We would like to hear from members about what events are of particular importance to Glenshire and how to decrease costs.
NOTE FROM YOUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
continued on page 8
4| Glenshire/Devonshire Residents Association
Spring Cleaning As I write this the spring thaw is revealing what has been hidden under this winter’s snows and is showing the destructive power the snow can possess. The Association is encouraging owners to take the time to attend to repairs and clean up their yards. This is a great opportunity to clean up or make those repairs that you have put off in the past, evaluate the removal of excess “stuff” stored outdoors and take
Happy curb appeal Not so happy curb appeal
NOTE FROM YOUR GENERAL MANAGER Dan Warren
advantage of our annual “Dumpster Day” scheduled for Saturday June 10th from 7am to 1pm or when the dumpsters fill up (whatever occurs first).
Another vital issue is that with all of the downed trees and branches there is an immediate concern of increase wildfire issues. Down branches and trees also bring a new threat of increased beetle infestations spreading from the still green but broken off branches to live
trees. Owners should be diligent this spring and clean up any and all downed vegetation.