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APRIL 2016


Dear Tenants,

Last month, Sheila and I were in the Park and it looked really great!  I want to Thank You for taking care of your yards and homes!  I’m continually receiving compliments on the appearance of the Park, from our visitors. 

On April 27th, at 9:00 A.M., Sturgeon Electric will turn off the power to the entire Park.  The electricity will be off for approximately four (4) hours, while the transformers are serviced.  If you have an oxygen machine or other medical device that requires electricity, please contact your provider for a battery backup. 

It’s that time of year once again, when many of our residents and our RV friends will be leaving the Park for the summer.  Please remember to visit the Park Office one week prior to leaving on vacation or when you’re leaving for the summer, to fill out a Vacation Form and/or Utility Turn-Off Order Form.  Please do not turn off your utilities by yourself.  This is for the safety of all tenants.  It’s also your responsibility to have your yard maintained while you’re gone.  This includes weeds, leaves, pine needles, trimming and the watering of plants and trees.  During the monsoon season, yards are messy after every storm.  A yard maintenance person must be scheduled to take care of your yard.  Please provide us with this information on your vacation form.  If you’re mailing in your rental payment, please remember your rent, security and sewer charge are due on the 1st of each month and are considered late if received on the 6th.  After receiving your rent bill in the mail, you can send an additional check for any balance due.  

We currently have a Security position available.  If you’re interested, please contact our Chief of Security, Judy Johnson, Tuesday through Friday, 6 AM to 3 PM at the guard house.

As many of you know, last month, two arms fell off of the Saguaro Cactus at Space #41 and crushed the front patio awning.  We had Arapahoe Tree Surgeons inspect all the Saguaro Cactuses, for safety purposes, throughout the Park.  Arapahoe Tree Surgeons found ten Saguaro Cactuses that need to be removed and one arm that needs to be removed.  The following is a list of tenant spaces, where the Saguaro Cactuses will be removed for safety purposes: Space #46, Space #78, Space #117, Space #139, Space #342, Space #357 and the arm removed at Space #237.  We will also be removing the Saguaro Cactuses on the following RV Lots: Space #40, Space #132, Space #202, Space #282.  If you are a tenant at one of the above space numbers and have any questions concerning the Saguaro Cactus on your lot, please feel free to contact me.  I do not want another awning crushed, due to a Saguaro Cactus.  

If you have a tree that needs to be trimmed or removed, please fill out the Request for Tree Removal form, in the Park Office and I will review your request.  DO NOT bring in a repair person to hack on the Park’s trees.  We rely on Arapahoe Tree Surgeons, whose owner is a certified Arborist, to maintain the health of the Park’s trees.

The maintenance staff is having a problem with dog debris accumulating on the lawns by the entrance to the large clubhouse and the Ramada/waterfall area.  The dog debris is sticking to the maintenance staff’s shoes and the lawn mower blades.  Please be kind to the maintenance staff and clean up after your dog.
Please remember vendors and/or guests will not be allowed in the Park, unless you notify the security staff in advance or we are able to contact you via telephone.  The security staff will attempt to contact you when your vendor and/or guest arrives, but will be forced to turn them away if you do not answer your telephone.  Please contact us as soon as you are aware that a vendor and/or guest will need entrance and the number of days they will be coming into the Park.  Desert Pueblo’s speed limit is still 15 MPH throughout the Park.  Please remind your family, guests, and/or vendors.  

Have a safe and wonderful spring, wherever you might be.  Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook for important updates!

Kim C. Wilkins    
Property Manager


Desert Pueblo Mobile Home Park
1302 West Ajo Way
Tucson, AZ 85713
TEL: 520-889-9557
FAX: 520-573-0880
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