HOA Officers: Mark Happ was elected to the Board of Directors at the Sunday, November 6th, Annual Meeting. At their first meeting, the Board decided that Allan Wright would remain President, Tim Connolly would remain Secretary, and Mark Happ would become the Association Treasurer. This information has been posted on the About Us page of the Sunrise Canyon HOA website.
New Photos: Ed Lehmann, a new Sunrise Community resident who lives on E. Via Vigna, took some aerial shots of the Sunrise Canyon community and our neighborhood. Three of those excellent photos are now posted on the Photo Gallery page of the website.
Community Directory: Just a reminder that the Sunrise Canyon Community Directory can be found on the Sunrise Canyon Community Information page of the website. The Directory is updated frequently, and requires a password to open. Please take a look at the directory and make sure the information for your residence is the information you want in the directory. If you have comments or changes, or need the password, please call or text me, at 503-309-4264.
Pickleball is starting to gain real enthusiasm at Sunrise Canyon. Two pickleball courts have now been “lined-off” in the tennis/pickleball court area and there are 2 portable pickleball nets available. Gloria San Angelo has been actively promoting pickleball play and her efforts have been paying off. Please give it a try, if you haven’t already. For more information on pickleball, and your opportunities to join other residents in playing the game, go to the Sunrise Canyon Community Information page of our website, and click on Sunrise Canyon Pickleball Information.
The Board has scheduled this year’s annual meeting for Sunday, November 6, 2002. The meeting will start at 4:00 p.m. in the community pool area. The agenda and handouts will be posted, as they become available, on the Sunrise Canyon HOA Matters page of this website.
This year’s community volunteer road clean-up will be on Saturday, October 22nd. Those interested in volunteering should meet at 8:00 a.m. that morning at the intersection of Tanuri Drive and Via Velasquez. See the Event Flier for more information.
HOA President Allan Wright reports that, beginning July 1st, Gila Pool Service LLC will be doing our pool maintenance. This is not a big company, but its owner has 26 years of experience. He was very prompt to come out and inspect our pool. Allan liked his suggestions. Allan also reports that he has ordered 2 new chaise lounges.
Remember, your semi-annual HOA fees payment is due by July 1, 2022. The payment due amount is $750. A reminder of when the semi-annual payments are due, the amount of the payment, and the address to which the payments should be sent can always be found on the Sunrise Canyon HOA Matters page of our website.
Charlotte Slanaker has created a survey instrument to try to determine our residents’ budget priorities and interests in various activities. The survey was emailed to to all Sunrise Canyon owners on Wednesday, June 15, 2022. Please send your responses to Charlotte Slanaker (email@example.com) by Thursday, June 23, 2022.
The survey instrument is available (in both Excel and .PDF formats) on the Sunrise Canyon HOA Matters page of the Sunrise Canyon website.
HOA President Allan Wright asked me to post that, recently, the HOA has been having problems with our pool area service provider. Our dissatisfaction with E-Konomy Pool, whom we have been using for over 20 years, has led us to the conclusion that we need to find a new company to manage the pool service. Allan believes we should have a new company by sometime in July 2022.
During the transition, the pool can be used. The spa should be reopened for use this coming Friday, June 17th.
The Board has proposed a Special Assessment fee to help catch up on deferred maintenance of many of the Sunrise Canyon HOA capital assets. The amount of the proposed special assessment is $2,200. There will be a Special Meeting to vote on the Special Assessment at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, JUNE 11, 2022 in the HOA pool area. More details on the Special Meeting, and how to submit votes, are contained in the HOA Announcement of the Special Assessment Proposal/Special Meeting on the HOA Financial Matters page of the HOA website.
If you cannot attend this Special Meeting, you can either:
(1) Have a Special Ballot delivered to the Board at the June 11th meeting by someone other than you, the owner—that is a Proxy Vote; or
(2) Vote by submitting a Special Ballot before-hand in order to have your vote count.
If you intended to mail a Special Ballot (to Sunrise Canyon HOA, 5255 N. Strada de Rubino, Tucson, AZ 85750), the envelope must have been post-marked no later than today, Friday, June 3, 2022. So, if you haven’t mailed your Special Ballot by now and can’t attend the Special Meeting, you are stuck with voting through a Proxy Vote or by sending the Special Ballot by email.
If you intend to submit a Special Ballot by email, you must send that email to Vinson San Angelo, our Treasurer, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Email votes must be received by Vince no later than Thursday, June 9, 2022. If you send a ballot by email, make sure the Special Ballot that you send to Vince can be opened by Vince and is the version that you have filled out. All to often, people inadvertently send the form that they started out with instead of the form they filled out. I would recommend not waiting to July 9 to email the ballot to Vince so that, if there is a glitch, you have time to correct the problem before the deadline.
Especially if you don’t happen to be in Tucson at this time, I thought you would appreciate seeing the wonderful Memorial Day tribute made by Sunrise Canyon to our fallen service men and women. I believe Mark Happ deserves a lot of the credit for creating this display.