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JUNE 2017

 

Dear Tenants,                                        

 

I want to thank all the tenants who are maintaining their yards, free of weeds and clutter.  Maria and Cindy from the Park Office reported your yards looked great in May, throughout the Park. 

 

In April, Antech Corp. installed a new access reader outside the back gate and in May they installed a new access reader inside the back gate.  Our security staff and maintenance crew have been testing the back gate with their RFID (radio frequency identification device) and it is functioning properly.  On June 7th, the Park Office will start selling the RFID to any tenant that wants access through the back gate for $20.00, which is non-refundable.  The RFID will be affixed to the headlight of your car and must not be removed.  If you try and remove it, a wire will break inside the RFID and will no longer function.  On June 30th, the back gate opener you are currently using will no longer function and must be returned to the Park Office, so your deposit can be refunded. 

 

On May 22nd and May 24th, two (2) more venomous snakes were found in tenant’s yards.  One was a rattlesnake and the other was a blue snake.  In addition, Havalina’s were seen in a tenant’s yard mid-May.  If you see a rattlesnake or any type of wildlife, please report it to the Park Office or Park Security immediately.  It is possible there will be other rattlesnakes or wildlife that will wander into the Park, due to the road construction on Ajo Way disturbing their normal habitat.  I used Animal Experts, phone number 531-1020, to remove the large rattlesnake from the RV Compound and relocate it to the desert.  They also remove and relocate many other types of wildlife, which you can review on their website at animalexpertsinc.com.  Please be cautious when walking around your yard, the Park or walking at night.  In addition, please have your dog on a leash at all times when they are outside, so they don’t challenge a rattlesnake or chase after wildlife and get bitten.

 

When watering trees and plants, PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE THE WATER RUNNING AND YOUR HOSE UNATTENDED.  On May 27th, the maintenance crew found a tenant’s backyard, front yard and the street in front of it flooded from an unattended hose watering a tree in the backyard.

 

This summer, please check on your neighbors and make sure everyone is safe or check on your neighbor’s home if they are gone for the summer.

 

The security staff would like to remind you that 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.  In addition, attempting to call the tenants who did not notify the security staff in advance slows down the flow of traffic trying to enter the Park.  Please remind your family, guests, and/or vendors that our speed limit is always 15 MPH and be constantly aware of walkers and bikers on our streets.  As a safety reminder, to all those who are walking in the dark, please wear light colored clothing and carry flashlights.  If you are riding your bike at night, please have the proper lights on the front and rear of your bikes.  

 

Sincerely,

Kim C. Wilkins

Property Manager

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Desert Pueblo Mobile Home Park
1302 West Ajo Way
Tucson, AZ 85713
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