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April 2018

 

Dear Tenants,

 

I am very happy to announce that Suzanne Agenbroad will permanently join the Desert Pueblo staff as the Office Manager on April 2, 2018.  In addition, Cindy Losk is the Assistant Office Manager. 

 

I want to thank everyone for working with us regarding the increase of wildlife in the Park.  Due to all your efforts of cleaning up the animal food and water, putting trays under the bird feeders and not feeding the animals, we only had one Javelina sighting last month.  I spoke with Animal Experts on March 28th. They had put food on the ground twice during the month of March, to start the relocation process and the food wasn’t eaten.  They do not want to invite animals in, but want to relocate animals that are living in the Park.  At this point they will not continue putting food on the ground unless we have animal sightings again.  Please notify the Park Office or the Guard Shack if you see any wildlife in the Park and PLEASE do not feed the wildlife.  

 

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. 

 

If you have a problem with your utilities, such as, but not limited to, receiving natural gas through the meter, electricity fluctuations, a leaking water pipe or a clogged sewer, please contact the Park Office first and the maintenance staff will evaluate the problem.  If it is a park problem, we will fix the problem.  If it is your problem, the maintenance staff will let you know.

 

The staff has informed me that tenants are being very careless with cigarette butts.  We have found burn marks on the top of the plastic case around the new 911 phones, burn marks on top of the handicap push buttons and littering our streets.  Please place your cigarette butts in the ash trays around the clubhouses and do not leave your butts lying around.

 

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 and the small clubhouse lawn.  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.  The maintenance staff would also like to remind you that the small pool opened on March 15th.  The Large and Small Pool hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., March 15th to November 1st.   

 

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.  Please remind your family, guests, and/or vendors that our speed limit is always 15 MPH and be constantly aware of many more 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.  

 

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

 

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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