To our friends and neighbors in Cabrillo Estates: the CEPOA (Cabrillo Estates Property Owners Association) board wanted to give you an update on activities and issues that may affect our community.
Annual CEPOA BBQ Our annual BBQ will be on Sunday, August 2nd, this year. Mark your calendars for an enjoyable afternoon at the Red Barn. Come and celebrate being part of a great neighborhood.If you have any questions or want to volunteer please contact Mickie Spencer
Membership Renewal 2015 - Sandy Farber did a great job this year in mailing out the membership renewals and then updating, printing, and distributing the directories.
If you know of any new Cabrillo residents please send whatever information you have to Sandy Farber at email@example.com that we may contact them.
Home Security IssuesThe board would like to remind you to be vigilant about reporting any suspicious activity.
Your personal safety should be your number one priority because your property can be replaced. There are many things we, as homeowners, can do to discourage someone from being interested in our property. Some common sense examples, are adequate lighting around our property, locking our home and vehicles, install an alarm system, report suspicious activity, etc.
A great resource is the San Luis Sheriff's Office website athttp://www.slosheriff.org/Public.aspx; they have maps showing where recent incidents have occurred and various suggestions for improving our security.
Adopt a Light ProgramOne thing you and your neighbors might consider is paying to have the street lights turned on near you home. It only costs around $10 a month per light and you can share the cost with any willing neighbors.It has to be billed to one account and you need to know the pole number (it is about 10 ft up on pole) then call PGE at 800 468-4743 and tell them "street lights are currently turned off" and they will set up an account and turn on the street light (it may take a few weeks).
Website - We encourage you to check out our CEPOA website at http://cepoalososos.com , for the latest information on events and issues (which is maintained and updated by Sandy Farber).
View Preservation - Please take a look at the trees on your property and see if they have grown to the point where they are blocking any of your neighbors views. If you can have them trimmed that's great.If you can't afford to trim them, maybe your neighbors would be willing to help with the cost.
Water Conservation With the states mandatory 25% cutback requirements, water conservation will become a major issue for our members.We have noticed a number of changes in landscapes to put in drought tolerant plants, add drip systems, and to reduce grass areas. As time goes on the board will look to see what resources are available to our members to assist in meeting the conservation goals
New Issues- If you or your neighbors have any issues that you think affect the Cabrillo Estates neighborhood and would like to bring them to the attention of the board; please contact Walt Bradshaw firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walt BradshawPresidentTed LadewskiTreasurer Mickie SpencerFirst Vice President Michael H. MooreSecretary Sandy FarberSecond Vice President