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Front Entry and Exit Gates
Posted on Nov 16th, 2017
The construction at the front entry and exit gates has been completed.  The gates will again be closed as soon as the required safety loop sensors (the sensors that keep the gate from closing on a vehicle) are installed.  We are waiting for a couple of specific parts to be delivered to be able to complete the installation of the safety loop sensors.  We appreciate your patience and understanding.
 
Board of Directors Sign Code of Conduct & Ethics Policy
Posted on May 18th, 2017
During the May 16, 2017 meeting of the Las Palmas Ranch Master Association No. 2, all seven (7) members of the Board voluntarily signed the recently approved Board of Directors Code of Conduct and Ethics Policy.  The Board, who are elected by the Association members agreed to hold themselves to a high level in regards to conduct and Board Member duties.  To view the new policy, please click here.
 
Fencing Repair and Replacement
Posted on Feb 20th, 2017
With the recent wave of storms hopefully behind us our attention now turns to repairing or replacing damage items.  Many homeowners have sustained damage to their property fences.  Here are the some guidelines regarding obtaining the necessary approval from the Association's Architectural Review Committee (ARC).
 
1.  Repair - If you are simply repairing small parts to your fence (a board here, a board there) no approval is necessary as long as your repair matches the rest of the remaining fence.
 
2.  Replacement - If you need to fully replace your fence (all or significant parts), as long as you do not change the overall style including the height, dimensions, and materials, you do not need approval as it is considered more of a maintenance function than a change to the property.
 
3. Replacement with change - If you need to fully replace your fence and you want to change the style or design of the fence or the height, dimensions or materials, you WILL need approval from the ARC.  Please complete and submit an ARC Application.
 
Caution - If you have to replace your fence you may think that now is a good time to make it taller, please note that Monterey County limits fence heights to 6 feet without obtaining a county building permit.  The County has issued citations to some Las Palmas residents in the past for having fences that are taller than 6 feet.  Please check with Monterey Planning and Building for more information.
 
Las Palmas Ranch Security
Posted on Jan 1st, 2016
Homeowners requiring assistance from the on-site security patrol should contact Uretsky Security at (831) 240-5447.
 
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